Livestream commerce became more popular during the pandemic lockdowns, and there are new reasons why it’s seeing some pickup. Some high-profile shakiness in the U.S. (see Facebook, TikTok) means brands need to understand what their audiences want and need, instead of trying to apply here what worked in other markets.
voice of the customer
After two years of rapid change in ecommerce and retail, what do consumers want? Trust me, they’ll tell you, via Voice of the Customer (VoC) data, and you should be asking and listening. Now that a great customer experience is table stakes, retailers need to know more about them to stand out, making VoC data that much more critical.
For new business owners, establishing brand awareness, launching new products and standing apart from competition is no easy task. Marketers at emerging brands are inherently time poor and often operate on shoestring budgets, so breaking into crowded markets and reaching consumers is a considerable challenge. Here are five ways new brands can use the voice of the customer to drive brand awareness and increase sales.