2017

Customer Engagement Examples for Breweries

Many people have a favorite beer they’ve been drinking for years, but unfortunately most breweries really have no way of knowing who those people are. If you don’t know your customers, then you can’t understand your customers...and if you can’t understand your customers then you can’t engage your customers...and if you can’t engage your customers you can’t build loyalty. In this blog post, we’re taking a look at few customer engagement examples breweries can employ to increase revenue per customer, improve customer retention and more.

2017

2017

4 Ways Loyalty Can Help Retailers Succeed at Customer Identification

According to a recent Forbes article, 70% of retailers indicate customer identification as their top customer engagement priority. Retailers are struggling to identify customers as they enter their stores and continue to rely on customers providing information at point of checkout. Customers are wary of giving up their contact details as they consider the subsequent generic email blasts and other engagements they’ll have to ignore and delete. In order to motivate consumers to identify themselves, retailers need to offer something in return. Keep reading to learn how loyalty can help retailers succeed at customer identification.

2017

Top QSR Customer Loyalty Program Roundup

Customer loyalty programs in the U.S. are seeing a sharp decline in active participation that doesn’t coincide with the high number of program signups. More people are signing up, especially for that initial discount or reward, but not returning after the fact. On average, each American is a member of 13.4 loyalty programs, but is only actively engaged with 6.7% of them.. With 2.6 billion total loyalty program participants, why are so many people signing up and losing interest?

2017

4 Best Loyalty Tactics to Build Emotional Connections with Customers

Loyalty program membership may be up, but “Consumers’ overall engagement in traditional customer loyalty programs has declined consistently over the past four years,” according to Retail TouchPoints. This is largely due to the fact that the traditional loyalty tactics that most companies are still relying on merely encourage transactional behaviors, which generally doesn’t help brands move the bottom line in the right direction.