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How to “Surprise and Delight” your customers with Stamp Me
How to surprise and delight customers is a question you should often ask yourself. With Stamp Me, it’s easy. Effortlessly surprise & delight with these features!
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!
How to Build a Loyalty Program for a Vape or E-cigarette Store
Increase customer engagement with a vape loyalty program. Here’s how to create an awesome incentive program for a vaping, e-cigarette or alternative smoking store.
The Ultimate Guide to Data Driven Loyalty Programs
In this convenient guide, you’ll find everything you need to know about creating a data driven loyalty program for your business.
How to Get Customers to Spend More with Your Brand
Before digital technology played such a huge role in marketing, brands would pull out all the classic tricks for getting customers to spend more. These days though, the best way to increase a customer’s basket-size is digitally.
How a Rewards Program Can Benefit Yoga/Pilates Studios
Are you eager to boost the amount of yoga enthusiasts attending your studio, or create a bit of hype around your Pilates classes? Sounds like you need a rewards program! While it’s natural to focus on customer acquisition when you’re brainstorming ways to drum up more business for your fitness studio, customer retention is actually→
How to Create a Loyalty Rewards App – Use a Provider or Build My Own?
Loyalty apps are a proven way to retain customers, attract new business and keep customers engaged with a brand, and because of this, they are a fast-growing trend! In fact, 38% of companies are now using mobile apps to provide personalised offers and promotions to their loyal customers, while 79% of all top global loyalty→
How to Create Your Own Rewards Program App for Your Business
The first sale, with a new customer, is always important. But, it’s the second, third, sixth, and 10th sale that should really get your attention. It is seven times more expensive to find a new customer than it is to keep one. As a result, continually chasing new customers will hurt your bottom line. One→