Tag Archives: Topic Loyalty

What marketers can learn from direct-to-consumer brands during COVID

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The “new normal” is a popular term in marketing right now, but the truth is, we’ve dealt with similar seismic shifts before and found our way through them. Following the 2008 recession, direct-to-consumer brands sprung up out of hardships similar to those faced currently during the Covid-19 pandemic: an economic downturn, decreased consumer spending and a decline in job opportunities. Savvy entrepreneurs found smarter, cheaper…

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What marketers can learn from direct-to-consumer brands during COVID

what-marketers-can-learn-from-direct-to-consumer-brands-during-covid

The “new normal” is a popular term in marketing right now, but the truth is, we’ve dealt with similar seismic shifts before and found our way through them. Following the 2008 recession, direct-to-consumer brands sprung up out of hardships similar to those faced currently during the Covid-19 pandemic: an economic downturn, decreased consumer spending and a decline in job opportunities. Savvy entrepreneurs found smarter, cheaper…

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Loyalty programs help combat the marketer’s customer identity challenge

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In a study on identity resolution from Forrester Consulting commissioned by Epsilon, Forrester found that, at best, only half of brands are capable of fundamental identity resolution capabilities, like finding customers across devices, controlling messaging frequency and building a unified customer profile. As marketers struggle to “connect the dots” between the ever-expanding number of devices customers use to connect with their brands, they often overlook…

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Aspire to loyalty as an outcome, not just a program

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Truly progressive brands have evolved to look at ALL of their customers through a loyalty lens; not only those who are enrolled in their loyalty program. These innovators practice Big "L” loyalty, using their loyalty strategies and tactics to create exceptional customer experiences, inspire passion and trust and engender long-term relationships. These emotional connections then serve as the steppingstone to matriculate customers into a permission-based…

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