Loyalty programs lend themselves to great personalized marketing initiatives and should be integrated into the customer experience.
For retailers, it's important to have a plan for keeping customers informed and everyone safe as rules and store experiences continue to evolve. This plan requires communication across three parts of the customer journey — what they should know before, during, and after their visit to a store.
To stay ahead of the competition, the company focused investment in its e-commerce website and customer experience.
In this webinar, experts will be discussing how including a catalog as a customer touchpoint increases engagement and much more.
Customers these days demand quick interaction via the channel of their choice. But how can companies transform their businesses to become centers of customer experience (CX) excellence when there are so many moving parts and uncomfortable levels of economic uncertainty? The answer is – they can’t afford not to.
This “new normal” has changed the way we act and the things we believe, including what we will do in the future to support our local economies and the brands we care about. How do we, as marketers, adjust to these changes? I think, as always, we need to first revisit the buying persona.
Use this time to engage in conversations and listen to the consumers who are active. Your outreach right now should be focused on community and solidarity rather than transaction. This starts with a great product or service, of course, but what truly builds that kind of brand loyalty is connection.
It’s important to implement chatbots intentionally to make a strong communication impact and support consumers in times of uncertainty.
This week, Adobe released its latest Adobe Digital Economic Index, and the data revealed some…
If you want to remain competitive in 2020, here are a few best practices used by some of the world’s leading ASO experts.