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3 Strategies for Connecting With Consumers

Consumer preferences have changed drastically since the Covid-19 pandemic, led by the twin culprits of convenience and availability. The unprecedented act of quarantining, temporarily confining ourselves to our homes for weeks on end, didn’t stop people from shopping ...


How to Leverage Social Listening for Reputation or Crisis Management

Social listening has a variety of applications to help businesses meet their business and marketing goals. It provides marketers with the ability to monitor awareness levels, the competitive landscape, consumer segments, product features and brand sentiment. Social listening also provides marketers with access to near real-time online discussions and posts to quickly address reputation or crisis management issues. As marketers, ...


How to Leverage Behavior-Based Customer Segmentation

Everyone has heard of the 80/20 rule, also known as the Pareto Principle—80% of your revenue comes from 20% of your customers—but RFM is the best way to determine the actual makeup of your customer base and gain insights to help improve your targeting, messaging and marketing ROI. RFM analysis is the first step in helping you define customer segments ...


“Hello < FNAME >”, 5 Tips to Create Personalized Experiences That Drive Sales

We all know that personalization increases customer engagement, loyalty and sales because people naturally connect with brands that create relevant experiences which address their wants and needs, but it’s not always easy to get it right. Here are 5 tips to help you improve customer communications that lead to stronger relationships. Think of your customers as individuals. Start by determining ...


Push Clients Up the Loyalty Ladder

The cost of acquiring new customers is 5 to 25 times higher than retaining existing customers. If you want loyal customers, you have to do more than sell. You need to provide them with highly relevant experiences. If consumers can’t find added value through your brand, they’ll go somewhere else. Knowing where your customers are on the ladder will help ...


Learn Fast – The New Mantra for Enterprise Growth Hacking

From acquisition through loyalty, growth hacking is strategically used throughout the customer journey, with a key focus on rapid and continuous growth. Startups thrive on this practice and have cleverly developed marketing strategies that allow them to make quick decisions and optimize their marketing programs. Many innovative cultures are flourishing from their ability to take strategic risks while rapidly testing and ...