Every day, people are showing up to work for your channel partners. Some of those people are disengaged, which can have a significant impact on your ultimate success as a manufacturer or franchisor. Engaged channel employees deliver better customer experiences, stay longer with their employer and are more willing to talk their employer up as a great place to work. You’ve worked hard to develop outstanding products and services that are being distributed through your channel. Don’t let disengaged employees put your brand at risk. Download our article to learn how to drive and sustain engagement among your channel employees.
As a manufacturer, your uncontrolled distribution channel has a lot of places to focus their attention. So how do you break through the clutter? Reward and recognition programs have long been used to engage channel partners and align their activities with manufacturers’ goals. Applying behavioral economics to your program design will drive extra focus and effort. Learn ten best practices to follow when designing your next channel reward and recognition program.
The current loyalty program environment is challenging but rife with opportunity. Many poorly designed programs are driving loyalty fatigue and mercenary loyalty. However, there are more loyalty memberships than ever before and those companies that are successful in driving engagement and true loyalty are experiencing significant returns. The programs that “get it right” and earn genuine loyalty don’t just repurpose an old tactical model or copy the competition – they are unique and create or reinforce differentiation in the marketplace. Learn how to design a loyalty program that focuses on the entire lifecycle of a customer.
Published By: OracleSMB
Published Date: Jan 04, 2018
Customer loyalty matters. Loyal customers spend more, advocate more, and are the first to try new products or services.
But how do you build a loyal customer base that drives profitable sales? The answer is a loyalty program that provides the data needed to support individualized experiences and show appreciation. And this is where technology can help.
Move beyond paper punch cards and emails with personalized greetings. Quickly create an effective loyalty program that keeps your customers coming back for more.
Published By: Qualtrics
Published Date: Aug 20, 2018
In today’s era of immediacy, consumers are more demanding than ever. To keep up with customer
expectations, brands are starting to invest in Voice of the Customer (VoC) programs that employ a
Ask any CX, research, or marketing executive, and they will tell you that gone are the days when the
customer marketing landscape was represented by a one-way dialogue for engaging prospects. Today,
market leaders are shifting their listening and response mechanisms faster as VoC programs represent a
huge opportunity for driving loyalty and increased sales.
A recent study sponsored by American Express®—the American Express Global Customer Service
Barometer—showed that U.S. consumers are twice as likely to tell others about a bad service than
they are to share about a positive experience.¹
Published By: Qualtrics
Published Date: Oct 02, 2018
Customer journey mapping is a major component of any customer experience program.
Of course, a key part of mapping the customer experience includes identifying key moments of
truth or moments of consumer brand interaction that shape brand perception and loyalty.
In the digital age, many key moments of truth for your customers are happening online. This means
that more and more of your consumers, brand perceptions and attitudes will be based on purely
digital interactions (in-app, website, wearable tech, etc.). This has made understanding your
customers’ digital interactions an essential part of any customer experience program. “It has been
said that VOC programs without a web presence engage only 2% to 10% of those who interact
with their website” (marketing sherpa). As we move into the future, this trend will continue.
We know that mobile is an inherent part of today’s digital experience. Global mobile and tablet
internet usage just exceeded desktop use for the first time (GS StatCoun
Leading brands across industries are launching Employee Advocate Marketing programs to increase employee engagement, job applications and company perception.
But how do they drive these results? What are the steps they took to launch and maintain a successful employee Advocate Marketing program? Download this detailed guide and step-by-step checklist for everything you need to know to launch an employee Advocate Marketing program.
Employee Advocacy relies on individual expertise on social media to support
companies’ and individuals’ branding needs. All of this is done through
content, accessible to all those who are part of the Employee Advocacy
How exactly do Employee Advocacy and content marketing go together?
There are four aspects that make Employee Advocacy highly relevant to
content marketing efforts.
1. Alignment around a shared content strategy
2. Measuring Results
3. Boosting contents reach and engagement
4. Trust and authenticity
Download this webinar recording to watch Natanya Anderson, Director, Social Media and Digital Marketing at Whole Foods Market and Denise Holt, CEO and Co-Founder at Social Intel discuss the 5 steps to launching an employee Advocate Marketing program.
During this on-demand webinar, Nancy Brandt, Senior Editorial Specialist at Target, shares how they scaled their employee advocacy program to thousands of exempt and non-exempt employees and drove brand awareness and employee engagement.
Employee-shared content increases reach 10x and engagement 8x. That’s why leading brands are launching Employee Advocate Marketing programs to drive the marketing metrics they care about most, including increased awareness, social engagement and new customers.
But what are the steps they took to launch and maintain a successful program? Download this guide and step-by-step checklist for everything you need to know to launch an employee Advocate Marketing program.
Download the guide and checklist to learn:
• The steps to launch an employee Advocate Marketing program
• Proven best practices to grow your program
• The recommended timeline and steps to ensure the program drives your goals
Published By: Vocus, Inc
Published Date: Dec 16, 2008
Evaluate your current PR program to help you develop a plan that will reach your goals and objectives, while delivering value to the business. Learn the four keys you need to plan for strong, focused and successful PR in 2009.
Employee advocates are your brand’s best resource to expand existing marketing programs. In fact, content shared by employees on social networks receives 8x the engagement of content on a brand’s own channel.
By powering employees to experience, create and share authentic content, brands can increase social engagement, reach new customers, and drive more web traffic.
Hear DeShelia Spann, Digital Marketing Strategist at Eaton, share how Eaton is mobilizing their employees to promote marketing initiatives and share brand content.
IBM® Information Governance Catalog helps you understand your
information and foster collaboration between business and IT by establishing
a common business vocabulary on the front end, and managing
data lineage on the back end. By leveraging the comprehensive capabilities
in Information Governance Catalog, you are better able to align IT
with your business goals.
Information Governance Catalog helps organizations build and maintain
a strong data governance and stewardship program that can turn data into
trusted information. This trusted information can be leveraged in various
information integration and governance projects, including big data integration,
master data management (MDM), lifecycle management, and
security and privacy initiatives.
In addition, Information Governance Catalog allows business users to
play an active role in information-centric projects and to collaborate with
their IT teams without the need for technical training. This level of governance
and collaboration c
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