Showing your gratitude customers isn’t just kind, it can be an extremely cost-effective business strategy. In fact, expressing thanks to customers, the community and other stakeholders pays off for all parties, elevating both happiness levels and ROI. (1)
Come December, people will be overwhelmed with holiday cards and salutations. So we think Thanksgiving is the perfect time to show your thanks while building your business.
It’s common knowledge among business managers that incentives—especially those with broad appeal —pay off by drawing and retaining clients and boosting company growth. Yet not all incentives are created equal.
Discover an irresistible way to motivate consumers. Restaurant.com and Travel Savings Card teamed up to create the Dine & Travel Pass, two compelling incentives bundled into one powerful offer.
Whether your business goals are to attract new purchases, encourage higher spend or reward loyalty, the Dine & Travel Pass adds incredible value—and invaluable customer experiences—to any promotion.
How do you get your customers to pack your brand in their bags? With the new Dine + Travel Pass incentive package that encourages higher spend, rewards loyalty and attracts new customers. It’s an incentive that goes the distance.
While it’s tempting to focus all of your marketing efforts on acquiring new customers, research shows that there is far more opportunity in marketing to your existing customers. Check out the infographic below on the value of an existing customer for some stats!
Accurate, timely and cost-efficient delivery of incentives defines successful fulfillment. In the digital age, some audiences respond well to email and technologically advanced fulfillment approaches. Others prefer non-interactive delivery methods, including direct mail, yet these costs are high due to postage, printing and labor costs. [Read More…]
Everyone makes resolutions at the start of a new year. Whether it’s to lose weight, eat healthier, finally get the garage cleaned and organized, or save up for that big vacation, goals are a huge part of the ritual people go through as they prepare for the 12 months to come.
What’s your resolution for 2014? And perhaps more fittingly, what’s your business‘s resolution for 2014?
That oft-quoted statistic about suicide rates spiking during the holiday season is actually a myth — seriously! I did my Snopes homework! — but if the honking car horns drowning out jingle bells and Black Friday fights breaking out at Walmart are any indication, it’s safe to say the holidays do inspire a little stress in American consumers.
So what’s a retailer to do to quell their shoppers’ holiday blues?
You could start by amping up your rewards program, for one. Throwing in a few bonuses for your most loyal customers can be a great way to help them de-stress during the holidays — and help them love you even more.
Here are a few ideas on how to surprise and delight your customers with Christmastime rewards and recognition.
Brand advocates are your business’s best friends. They’re regular customers, and in addition to their patronage, they’re also incredibly vocal to others — friends, family and the general public — about how much they love your business. Whether online or in person, you can count on your brand advocates to champion your business and even be a knight in shining armor in the face of negative feedback from critics.
I’ve written posts on the blog before about the summer slowdown. Warm weather and kids on vacation is a classic combination that leads to stagnant sales — and wistful shopkeepers’ glances out the window at wraparound lines at the ice cream parlor down the street.
I feel your pain! But the trick is never letting ’em see you sweat. Combating the summer slowdown just takes a little out-of-the-box thinking.
Create Christmas in July by making summer an exciting time for your business. Here are three ideas for using incentives and other special offers to boost sales or upsell during an ordinarily slow summer.