We all know how important reviews are. In fact, reading a review online can make or break a sale. Today, buyers look for reviews and user experience before they even consider contacting a sales person.
Many companies rely on one individual or a small group of individuals to handle all the marketing efforts for the business. In order to be effective, marketing – especially in the realm of content marketing can take a great deal of time. Is this really the most conducive way to handle marketing?
Awesome, you’re thinking about setting up a referral program. But, you want to know what some of the refer a friend best practices are. No worries, this short guide is here to help.
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Every day we hear a different term used in the referral marketing world. Whether it be advocate marketing or ambassador marketing, it all becomes very confusing. Especially when other terms like influencer marketing and relationship marketing are have introduced as well. When is the right time to use a specific term, and are these terms really interchangeable?
Shop local, has been an endearing term over the last few years. You may have noticed a few other local businesses pop up in your area. You may even have a few competing businesses in your city. This is exactly why it’s important for you to start working on your local SEO.
Every business is different, so when it comes to a referral rewards program, there is no exception. An incentive that works well for one business may not work for another. It’s all about planning a referral program and incentive to fit the business and motivate a customer.