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Do you know anyone that’s actually making social work? There’s maybe one or two here or there, but very few companies either have the scale to support social properly or the understanding to really make it work.
The major difference online is the ability to track nearly all customer behavior and transactions. In the multichannel world, this can be difficult. Without this limitation, online sellers can focus entirely on the driving customer value and loyalty directly.
If I could click my heels together and give every merchant in the world one capability, it would be unique codes, used today primarily for coupons
Anyone can track purchases, subscriptions and licenses. But how do you measure things that produce no revenue at all?
Loyalty programs have helped merchants build their house files, but they can also be used to deliver triggered messages to drive better response rates. Click here for more.
Sure, any marketer can send an e-mail to a prospect or a customer. But will it make it into the right inbox? Your inbox delivery is all about reputation these days. Here are a few tips on making sure yours is still golden in the eyes of ISPs.
Because customer loyalty tends to lead to retention and advocacy, it
Lifetime value-based decision making has captured the spotlight recently with the launch of uTango, which promises up to $1 million to couples who meet spending targets over the long term.
One of the simplest and most powerful metrics is customer recency. You may have a lot of data at your fingertips, but a good start is to really understand the insights available by delving into how recency changes over time.