Keeping your customers coming back for more
Loyalty keeps brands alive and kicking. All that effort spent attracting new customers is obviously important- but you’ve got to show a little love to those already with you. They’ll definitely appreciate it.
It costs between five and ten times less to keep an existing customer than it does to attract a new one, and the ones that already trust you will spend more, spend more often, and need less convincing on any new offerings you’re serving up.
And if you really get it right, they’ll start actively advocating for your brand, too – because even today, nothing beats word of mouth. Or word of tweet.
The loyalty experts
Don’t take your customers for granted. If you want those repeat purchases, increased visits or renewed subscriptions, you’ve got to give people a little bit more for their money. And that’s what we do.
Our approach to customer loyalty is different to the status quo. We engage people in ways that really grab their attention, and the list of retail, travel and cinema discounts that you can use to reward consumer loyalty will make your jaw drop. We know what people love. Simple.
How do we inspire loyalty?
Because even if you’re selling something people genuinely love, you still need that something extra that makes you stand out. Love your loyal customers, and you’ll attract new ones too.
We make it easy. Our platforms and loyalty discounts keep you in people’s pockets – whether that’s on their phone or in their wallets – giving you the powerful tools you need to connect every single day.
We don’t like to brag, but we’ve worked with some real top dogs. We’re proud of how we’ve inspired loyalty in their customers – come and have a gander.
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