In a world that runs online and is fueled by online reviews, conversations and comments, it’s inevitable that some negativity is bound to find its way to your brand. You can’t control the opinions of the world and one hotel is learning this the hard way. The Story Recently, a hotel in New York decided […]
Understanding how consumers interact with their chosen brands across the many platforms available to them today is fundamental to effective marketing and customer service. Cross-platform optimization essentially refers to harnessing this behavioural information to provide a unified brand experience over all digital channels, whether that’s web, mobile or social media.
In recent years, consumer technology has undergone some drastic advances. Whilst an initial technical revolution took place around the emergence of the internet itself, a second has been triggered by the recent progression in mobile technology. Christopher North, managing director of Amazon UK, commented, “I have never seen anything happen as fast as mobile.”
And as the devices we use change all the time to become more varied and sophisticated, so too does the way that we choose to interact with them.
Customer reviews can be incredibly useful for your business. Not only do they make your business come across as trustworthy and open, but they can also provide a number of SEO benefits to increase your visibility and boost conversions. The problem for many businesses is how to get more reviews. Here is a quick guide to some useful techniques.
When you provide a great product at a fair price, it can be difficult to think of ways to make your business better for your customers. In order for you improve customer experience, you have to think in terms apart from product and pricing; rather, you have to consider how you can make buying from you fun and enjoyable for customers. At the same time, of course, you want to ensure you’re not going to lose revenue by making customers happier. The following lists five easy ways to improve customer experience.
Improve your customer service, experience sales and increased referrals by incorporating these six simple strategies into your customer service experience.
It’s that time of year again where when clients and fellow marketers alike want to know what’s going to be big and important in digital marketing in the New Year. Although it’s difficult to know for sure without the benefit of a crystal ball, the trends of 2013 are certainly telling where the future is concerned.
I could probably list 100 items here — but I’m going to keep it simple and list the Top 5 reasons your Facebook page sucks.
Plink diners will be able to earn 10 Facebook credits for every $5 spent at Arby’s.