Published By: Iterable
Published Date: Sep 07, 2018
Today’s consumers are more informed, diverse, demanding and well-connected than ever before. With nearly unrestricted access to shopping resources used for discovery, comparison, and purchase, consumers are able to shop at will, often independent of branded retailer guidance. This rise of consumer independence can be attributed to the emergence of technological advancements favoring consumer empowerment; however, the repeated failures of brands to proactively offer personalized, high-value shopping experiences at scale is a significant contributing factor of consumer exodus.
This has fostered an inclination among shoppers to become self-reliant in their pursuit of purchases, effectively shutting out promotional outreach from brands. Many brands continue to fall out of touch with their customers because they’ve lost sight of their customers’ true needs. Customer centricity has long been the foundation for modern marketing, but the brands which fail at creating deeply personalized market
Published By: Marketo
Published Date: Mar 23, 2015
Today’s buyers are more empowered than ever before. They engage with brands and companies through their own research across multiple channels, long before marketing has the opportunity to engage with them directly. Potential buyers don’t become customers overnight—they require marketing over time as they self-educate and build trust with a company. With customer nurturing, B2C marketers can communicate consistently with buyers cross-channel and throughout the buyer journey—addressing the gap in time between when a customer first interacts with you and throughout the buyer journey, before a customer purchases, after they purchase, and to drive repeat purchases.
When online sellers first set up shop, they’re
laser-focused on spreading their brand far
and wide in order to rip open the customer
acquisition floodgates. After all, the goal for
any ecommerce startup is to get as many
eyes as possible off the competition and onto
But once an online store has found its footing
and settled into some steady traction, a new
obstacle rears its head: The Repeat Purchase.
The truth is, most of your customers will be
one-and-done shoppers with your store. But
what would happen if you could turn more
first-timers into lifers?
Packard Bell implements targeted customer loyalty program to strengthen its brand and inspire repeat purchases. With strong roots in the consumer PC industry, Packard Bell has expanded its focus to embrace a successful digital entertainment strategy, manufacturing a range of media products for television and wireless networking. Packard Bell and Neolane were recipients of the 2007 NCDM Database Excellence Award for Multichannel Marketing Achievements.
Published By: CrowdTwist
Published Date: Jan 19, 2016
Three out of four consumers belong to up to 10 loyalty programs, so it’s more important than ever to stand out. To capture interest and drive repeat purchases, brands must interact with consumers beyond transactions and reward them for their behaviors across channels.
Data about your buyers is extremely valuable. It can be used for targeted remarketing that drives repeat purchases and engaged, loyal customers. When it comes to collecting and using data related to purchases on your site, how do you compare?