We live in a time where you can purchase everything from toothpaste to high-end designer handbags online. Consumers, in theory, enjoy the convenience of online shopping. But the numbers don’t add up. Despite the fact that 80% of Americans shop online, 64% still prefer to shop in brick-and-mortar stores. Here is why brands need to up the ante to drive sales and loyalty.
It’s time for retailers to drop their expectations – of loyalty, that is. Too often, rigidly focusing on the best, most loyal customers leads to ignoring others who are worth pursuing. Winning in retail today requires keeping an eye on all customers, even those not living up to loyalty expectations. Here’s how to take an approach that balances both loyalty and engagement.
When an existing customer reaches out to a company, how does their interaction start? Are they treated as an old friend with a known history, or do they need to start from square one each time they interact with the business? Here is how to get readily accessible data to enhance your customer loyalty.
Customer loyalty remains a panacea that retailers are all seeking. Every retailer wants consumers to consistently purchase from their business, rather than from their competitors’. Building and sustaining this loyalty is key to retaining customers over time and driving increased sales. Here are several ways to drive customer loyalty for your business.