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Loyalty programs surround us. We live in a world filled with keychains on which multiple little plastic mini loyalty cards dangle. There aren’t many places where we spend our money that don’t offer a rewards program or, at the very least, track our purchases via a quasi-rewards program that only allows us…Continue
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No matter what business you patronize, there is a good chance that it is offering some sort of loyalty…Continue
Delta Airlines recently revamped its loyalty program changing how rewards are distributed to its customers. In an article in Knowledge@Wharton, Peter Fader, Wharton Marketing Professor, applied the…Continue
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Oftentimes, businesses adopt a rewards program to thank their frequent customers and to encourage and increase the likelihood that they will return. While these are both excellent reasons to have a rewards program, a business must carefully consider how to structure the program and what to offer to not…Continue
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As social media gets more and more entrenched in our daily lives, it’s becoming the easiest and most visible place for one of the most important things your company can have but can’t buy – word-of-mouth marketing.
You can have your customer experience down pat, a loyalty…Continue
Added by Mike Gorun on June 18, 2013 at 5:21am — No Comments
The whole idea of a loyalty program is to encourage and reward customers for doing business with you. The easier you make it for them to earn rewards and the more desirable those rewards are, the more likely a customer will…Continue
We live in a society where we always hear sayings like: “black and white”, “cut and dry” and my personal favorite, “either you’re in or you’re out”.
Another popular one is “what have you done for me lately?”. Whether it is at work, school, home or whatever you are in to, you are usually judged or managed based on the most recent action or development. At work, you get a pay check based on your sales for that week. At school, you get a report card for that last semester. At home, you…Continue
Added by Mark Peterson on April 26, 2013 at 3:01pm — No Comments
Email Open Rates for Reward Members are 300% Higher Than Non-Members
Dealerships That Provide an Incentive for Customers to RETURN After a Visit Have a 20%…Continue
Last month General Motors announced a new compensation structure based on customer retention. The pay plan affects 29,000 salaried employees in the U.S., who will be paid bonuses based on how well they promote customer loyalty through return purchases and services. Third-party sales data and internal numbers will determine if a dealership hits its loyalty…Continue
Added by Mike Gorun on July 10, 2012 at 3:40pm — No Comments
Everyone knows Valentine’s Day celebrates the ladies. That’s why Bristol Toyota Scion in Bristol RI, recently used LoyaltyTrac, their service rewards program, to conduct an email campaign centered on Valentine’s Day being “Ladies’ Day”. Colorful, Valentine’s-themed emails were sent to all of their service reward members, with the Subject Line: Be Our Valentine - View Your Gift Inside. The email included an offer: Ladies Receive $15 Off Any Service of $35 or More.…Continue
Added by Mike Gorun on February 23, 2012 at 7:51am — No Comments
Representing more than 1.7 billion consumers worldwide, of which 77 million are in the US, the so-called ‘Millennial’ generation (aka. ‘Generation Y’) is presenting marketers with some new challenges and changes as it comes of age and takes the reins of the global consumer economy, according to a study by Aimia (formerly Groupe Aeroplan).
To compare the attitudes and behaviors of Millennials (born between the…Continue
Added by Mike Gorun on December 27, 2011 at 9:28am — No Comments
The week between Christmas and New Year’s is a busy time of year for many auto dealers. It can be challenging for salespeople to keep up with all the showroom traffic, but that’s no excuse to let extra revenue opportunities fall through the cracks! While the customer is still engaged at the sales desk is the perfect time for a salesperson to boost revenue with the following programs:
Pre-Paid Maintenance Program: What…Continue
Added by Mike Gorun on December 20, 2011 at 10:35am — No Comments
The holiday season is here – a time for free shipping and 20% off everything!
At least that’s what a bulk of the major retailers out there tend to focus on this time of year. For many of us – regardless of the holiday(s) we each celebrate – the focus of this holiday season is on family and friends, on creating memories and sharing traditions, on expressing gratitude and love. It is a season of goodwill and giving.
As a business, are you focusing on the steep rise in sales you…Continue
Rewards drive behavior, whether you’re training your dog to sit, potty-training your toddler or encouraging specific buying habits from your customers. By rewarding the behavior you want and not rewarding the behavior you would like to discourage, you can generally predict the direction a behavior will trend.
Perhaps the most crucial part of customer loyalty programs are the rewards, and a good reward will accomplish many different things. We’ve provided a list of the eight…
Added by Mike Gorun on October 11, 2011 at 12:05pm — No Comments
SAN RAMON, CA – June 27, 2011 – Auto retailers using a third-party loyalty program can achieve significant retention increases of 20 percent and more. MediaTrac™, a marketing technology company providing customized frequency marketing, customer loyalty, retention and media tracking programs for auto dealers, today released the new white paper “The Auto Retailer’s Ultimate ‘How-to’ Guide to Customer Loyalty & Retention Program Set Up,…Continue
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