When it comes to acquisition, conversion, and retention- we face the same challenges you do.
The cool thing about marketing to marketers is that we’re our own perfect audience. The latest trends and technology that get discussed, the “How do we…?” questions that get asked, the “What were they thinking?” or “Solid commercial” commentary we’ve all got about the latest campaigns… it’s the universal stuff of the marketer’s mind. And we’re in the same boat as our customers.
Web, social, mobile, email, retail… the number of channels on which consumers communicate is growing, as is the amount of noise. And because like I said, we track trends, too, we know that loyalty programs are kind of a big deal right now. But loyalty programs that exist on all those channels of consumer engagement are really where it’s all. By leveraging omni-channel loyalty programs, you can keep customers engaged and your brand top of mind with a consistent and personalized experience. (We’ve seen it work.)
When you’re looking to drive brand preference, sales, or social advocacy- omni-channel loyalty programs are key. But still many marketers are sifting through what it all means and how it could impact their business. So. We’re doing a webinar to clear things up.
Join PunchTab’s Superwoman, Angela Sanfilippo and Loyalty360 as we chat about the key benefits, risks and approaches to developing a successful omni-channel loyalty program.
And without further adieu, here’s the standard copy block you’d expect:
In this webinar, you will learn:
- The importance of omni-channel loyalty programs to the success of brands and marketers
- How to reduce the perceived risks in starting an omni-channel loyalty program
- How to leverage the real business opportunity in omni-channel loyalty programs and identify the leading drivers of purchase behavior
- How to get a 360 degree view of consumer behavior to deliver targeted messages and increase conversions
So go register now and join us this Thursday, September 12th, to learn why omni-channel loyalty programs matter, and how to use them to your advantage. (And we won’t even be mad if you do that thing where you register knowing you’ll listen to it later.)
And here’s the link one more time. Got it? See you Thursday.