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Friday, November 27, 2015

How to keep customers loyal through the holidays

Customer loyalty can be a fickle thing during the holiday season. People are very rushed to buy gifts and prepare meals, but they are also inundated with advertisements. There is an increase in marketing emails, there are ads on social media, commercials on television and radio and the list goes on. Here are 4 ways to keep customers loyal through the holidays. >>

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Top 5 tips to inspire employees every day

According to several recent surveys, employees aren't just looking for a paycheck. They are looking for satisfaction and inspiration in their daily work. One expert offers her top tips to help businesses inspire their workers each day. >>

Friday, October 16, 2015

Survey: Millennials want loyalty to be fun

Turns out Millennials aren't just looking for 50% of coupons or savings on a tank of gas. Oh, they want those things but, according to one new survey, they also want. . . Fun. >>

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Fuel-savings loyalty programs most popular

A survey in the U.S. by Excentus reveals which loyalty programs consumers covet and engage with the most. >>

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Top 3 tips to create a borrowed loyalty program

There is a new trend in loyalty marketing and it's that of brands using the loyalty programs of other brands, thereby 'borrowing' consumers' loyalty. One expert offers his top 3 tips to use a borrowed loyalty program. >>

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Brands: Can you borrow loyalty?

Loyalty programs are growing in popularity across the retail spectrum. Whether online or offline consumers are looking for ways to earn points and save money. But, can a retailer who doesn't have a loyalty program of their own borrow the loyalty of other shoppers? >>

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Few consumers feel rewarded for providing personal data to marketers

Most consumers are happy to share personal data with brands, but very few are seeing 'special benefits' from providing this information, according to new research from marketing and loyalty analytics firm Aimia. >>

Wednesday, September 02, 2015

Study finds customer service key for BTS success

The key to back to school success - and perhaps the key to holiday shopping success - is customer service. That's the takeaway from one new report that links customer service with how customers feel about the stores they shop in. >>

Tuesday, September 01, 2015

Study: What consumers really want from loyalty programs

The takeaway from a new Excentus report is simple: consumers want rewards programs that will impact them financially in the short-term, not at a vague spot in the future. According to researchers rewards programs that impact household budgets are making a strong run in the consumer sector. >>

Monday, August 10, 2015

Loyalty programs a top priority for 46% of retailers

Retailers are prioritizing loyalty programs and are increasing 2015 budgets accordingly, reports Boston Retail Partners in a new special report. >>

Wednesday, August 05, 2015

Study: Retailers using promotions to re-engage shoppers

Physical store retailers are using age-old promotions to re-engage shoppers who've gone online. That according to new Euclid Analytics data. Researchers looked into what brick-and-mortar retailers did over the first six months of 2015 and found aggressive in-store promotions and improving store experiences topped the list of strategies for those trying to get online shoppers back in their stores. >>

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

America's most patriotic brands revealed

A survey of iconic American brands by Brand Keys reveals which are considered by consumers to be the most patriotic. >>

Monday, July 06, 2015

Retailers: 3 ways shoppers are gaming you

While retailers are looking for ways to increase customer loyalty and engagement, some shoppers are looking for new ways to game the system. New data out from Mindshare indicates about one-quarter of Millennial shoppers will fake birthdays, 17% of the whole shopping demographic will do so. >>

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Study: Millennials willing to pay for rewards

Millennials are more willing to pay for rewards programs than other demographics. That is the takeaway from a new LoyaltyOne report which shows that while two-thirds of all consumers say they might pay for rewards about three-quarters of Millennials said they would pay if the rewards offered were relevant to them. >>

Saturday, June 20, 2015

'World-first' supermarket promotion puts customers in the driving seat

In what they are calling a "world-first" a major UK supermarket is letting members of its loyalty scheme choose which products they would like to save money on. >>

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