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5 Reasons Why Repeat Customers Are More Valuable
From higher spending and more frequent visits, to increased engagement and referrals, there are plenty of reasons why repeat customers are more valuable.
The Power of Social Impact Rewards in Loyalty Programs
Incorporate social impact rewards into your loyalty program to position your brand as a socially responsible business and offer more enticing rewards.
Hard vs. Soft Benefits in Loyalty Programs
Learn the difference between hard and soft loyalty program benefits, as well as some nifty tricks for incorporating these perks into your own rewards program.
Your A to Z Guide to Customer Loyalty
Looking to retain more customers and build brand loyalty? Find everything you need to know right here, in this comprehensive guide to customer loyalty!
What is “Surprise and Delight” and Why is it so Effective?
Surprise & delight is an effective marketing tactic to attract and retain customers. Learn what surprise & delight is and why it’s an effective marketing tool!
B2B Loyalty Programs: Best Practices for 2020
Incentivising B2B behaviours isn’t like B2C. Read our B2B loyalty program best practices and advice to develop your own effective rewards program.
A Comprehensive Guide to Pet Food Loyalty Programs
Find everything you need to know about creating an engaging digital loyalty program for your pet food business, right here.
Key Findings from the 2020 Loyalty Barometer Report
At Stamp Me Loyalty Solutions, we’re passionate about helping businesses of all shapes and sizes reward their customers in a way that consistently strengthens the emotional connection between the brand and the customer. That’s why we dug through Merkle’s most recent report, the 2020 Loyalty Barometer Report, to provide you with the most relevant and crucial information.
How Do You Measure Your Loyalty Program’s Return On Investment (ROI)?
When someone is looking to spruce up their house before putting it up for sale, do they jump straight into the renovations, or do they first crunch some numbers to ensure that the cost of the renovations will be outshined by the additional profit gained from the increased house value? Unless they’re a few Skittles→