Advanced Loyalty: Show your Customers Some Love
Customers are the heart of of any business. It is important to keep them happy, loyal and walking back through your door on a regular basis. What better way to guarantee their return than to reward them for each dollar they spend? Our advanced mobile customer loyalty system allows you to give multiple rewards to all of your customers and encourages them to keep coming back in so they can cash in on bigger and better rewards We’ve developed a comprehensive loyalty.
How Social Media is the Key to Customer Success
Tweet, Pin, Like and post. Being social media savvy is super important and most businesses have begun to realize this. Many, however, make the mistake of not going about social media in the right way, or utilizing one facet of social media while ignoring another. You can use social media to reach out to your customers but are you letting them reach out to you in turn? While it is important to give your customers the information and goods/services they need, it’s.
Smart Technology and the Internet of Things
The first time I got lost in San Francisco I stood on a street corner for 30 minutes throwing my hands up and talking wildly as bus after bus passed me by, heading the wrong direction. The next day I was still loudly fuming over the woes of public transportation when my roommate said those 5 little words: “There’s an app for that.” The second time I got lost in San Francisco I was ready. I whipped out my navigation app and found the closest line. It took me.
Make the Most of Your Mobile Marketing
Print is dead, radio is dying and pay per click is too confusing. You need a spark. The marketing you’re doing isn’t clicking the way it once did. Get ready to revamp your business model. The popularity of mobile apps is the key to changing your marketing approach. So what steps should you take to make the most of your new venture? There are several things to consider when you start a mobile marketing campaign. Mobile Apps First and foremost, a mobile.
The Need for A Follow-Up
You said it. A successful conversation with a lead has ended, they like what you had to offer and want to find out more so you’ve agreed to a follow-up call. This is when it all happens; what you do after your customer says “yes” is what separates a good salesperson from the great. Once the initial commitment has been made, delivering on your promise becomes the main priority. You probably made a lot of promises along the way and ultimately this is what the.
What is an App? Mobile vs. Web Apps
You know what apps are. You see them everyday. They’re in your pocket, on your phone. Google Maps gets you around, Facebook helps you keep in touch with your friends and Candy Crush is your guilty pleasure. Clash of Clans is sponsoring the NBA Finals. But did you know that there are two different types of apps? Native and web apps; they may seem very similar but these two types of apps provide very different experiences for you and your users. It’s.
[WEBINAR] Marketing Your Mobile App Company: How to Start from Scratch
Learn how to market yourself and your new Mobile App Company. Whether you’re starting from scratch or adding apps to your existing business, it’s important to be able to market yourself and the apps. It can be incredibly hard to do though and in this webinar we’ll cover some ideas on how you can get your name out and break into the Mobile App market. We’ll cover: Branding – Build a brand and create a trusted source for mobile app design. New Features.
7 Keys to Building Your Outbound Sales Team
Developing the right outbound sales or SDR (Sales Development Representative) team can make or break your business. A strong outbound team will help your company grow, and a weak team will waste time, money, and other valuable resources. These sales reps will be responsible for bringing in new business to your company, thus making the creation and management of their team vital. A few weeks back I attended a webinar hosted by SalesLoft CEO Kyle Porter and Sales Hacker CEO Max Altschuler, titled “How to.
WWDC 2015: Thoughts from Day One
Day one of Apple’s WWDC came to a close and there were a couple of things that stood out to me. Tim Cook & Co. know how to put on a show and they did not disappoint. Apple Music looks great, Spotify should be shaking in their boots. iOS 9 comes out this fall with some awesome looking new features and the new Mac OS El Capitan (seriously) looks to be another big step for Apple’s Mac development. But the big ticket items came the app information.
4 Steps to Building Better Customers
Anyone who’s been to Sonic knows what unmet expectations feel like. If you’re a small business owner, you’ve probably come to hate the verb “expect” more than any other. Customers have a whole lot of dreams about what you can deliver, and it’s all too easy to come up short when someone has their eyes to the sky. In the tech world, expectations are especially killer. Terms like “the cloud” don’t help. Clouds are huge fluffy things that float and take on a million, ever-changing forms, so you can’t.