Brand marketing is a battlefield. You’re multitasking around the clock to keep all your channels, campaigns and initiatives going, racing to hit deadlines while putting out fires, and working hard on customer acquisition. Here’s a rundown of the likely marketing sinkholes, and how to avoid them to improve acquisition.
Sears ran two influencer marketing campaigns in 2019 around Memorial Day and Fourth of July. In this MCM CommerceChat podcast, Brett Geeser, Director of Digital for Transform Holdco, formerly Sears Holdings, and Joe Gagliese, co-founder and CEO of Viral Nation, talk about how they reached 2x engagement levels and 10k visits.
Despite the evidence stressing the importance – and payoffs — of a concerted effort to retain customers, many organizations continue to spend a lopsided amount of time and resources on customer acquisition. In the process, they are overlooking rich pockets of revenue and predictably strong ROI from evolving customer relationships. Here are three common retention roadblocks marketers need to get past.
Today loyalty is a fusion of emotional engagement, trust and the ability to engage, meeting or exceeding customer expectations. Brand love reinforces trust, long-term relationships and faith in the future of a brand. See how leading brands like Sephora, Nike and TOMS have created emotional bonds that drive loyalty and CLV.
The risk of brand degradation is nothing new (fake Coach purse, anyone?). But brand degradation against price transparency, access to goods, manufacturing capabilities, dissolving of geographical boundaries and shipping innovations, and you’ll see the risk has increased dramatically. Here is what you should do as brand degradation gets worse.