We all understand the premise of a digital promotion. The promoter offers an incentive to the consumer to select a particular brand, purchase a product, visit the promotional website, and give personal details in exchange for the chance of winning a prize. But what will grab the attention of the consumer, and make them want… Read more.
It is a fact that there are potential customers waiting to be pitched the perfect deal online. A digital promotion lets you turn this scenario into sales. Before running a promotion, make sure your business is ready for some attention online. Now is the time to Google yourself – and examine everything from your company… Read more.
Are you reading this on a desktop while glancing at your smartphone or watching TV? If so, you’re not alone, with nearly 80% of us dividing our attention between more than one screen. The most prevalent example of this is people using social media while watching television or looking at websites, which can only be… Read more.
For any brand it is vital to understand everything about your customers – the ones you have and the ones you want to have. Once you understand who they are, you can engage with them, which is necessary to keep your brand at the forefront of their minds. Running a web based promotion is one… Read more.
Why run a digital survey? Digital surveys are a great way to extend client engagement and brand memory. Once a promotion has finished and you have collected hundreds/thousands of user details (many of whom will have opted in to receive further information), a digital survey can be sent out to gain further knowledge about your… Read more.
Loyalty or reward schemes are becoming more popular each year. Participation in loyalty programs is up 19% since 2007 and a recent survey claimed that 96% of UK consumers are currently a member of a scheme. Key factors that put consumers off joining a reward scheme include: – improbable rewards (28%) – unrealistic points… Read more.
So the headline is misleading somewhat but I’m running out of time before we close our office to come up with a clever Christmas analogy relating to twitter. Answers on a postcard. ‘Tis not only this season that you will be tweeted, it is every season and tweets are increasing year on year. Twitter is… Read more.