What Customer Success Marketing Means For Business

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Customer success marketing is often referred to as customer marketing, retention marketing or advocate marketing. It’s ultimately the combination of several departments within the business working together to achieve a common goal. The teams involved in this strategy include the product, marketing and customer success teams.

Marketers are encouraged to use technology and marketing budgets to deliver a pleasant, memorable customer experience from the first interaction and beyond. It’s essential that marketing and customer success teams work in harmony to increase brand awareness and build brand advocates.

Many marketers believe they will be responsible for the entire customer journey by 2020. The question one should ask then, is how do businesses align customer success and marketing for optimal results? Continue reading

Stay Competitive And Grow With Marketing Automation

marketing automation case studyMarketing automation has gained considerable traction over the last few years and for good reason. It’s a powerful solution to help businesses grow by streamlining, automating and monitoring all marketing efforts. The most important aspect to always remember is a customer-first mindset. Your customer’s needs and wants are the focus point, not what you want them to buy or do. Continue reading

What’s An Online Review Worth?

Online Review Worth

1. Who wants to know how much an online review is worth?


The power of social sharing and online reviews has been highly disruptive to the practice of reputation management. Access to a huge amount of information, opinions and experiences is at the fingertips of anyone with an internet connection. Both solicited and unsolicited feedback now finds a huge audience. The changing nature of reviews as they’ve moved online has required us to step back and re-evaluate what we know about our customers.

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You Have To Ask If You Want To Get More Reviews

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We’ve all been there. You provide a great service or product for a customer, they’re really happy with everything and promise to give you some feedback or leave a review. The days pass by, they turn into weeks. That review is never coming. At this rate it feels like you’ll never get more reviews. Where did you go wrong? Continue reading