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Sunil Saha, Perkville’s CEO, was interviewed by certified MINDBODY business consultant, Nicole Chetaud. They discussed how to use Perkville to generate referrals and increase client retention. They also covered best practices for rewards and points, educating clients about Perkville to get engagement and more. You can read the summary and listen to the podcast here.Read Full Article
Customer engagement is a buzzword that any CMO or marketing pro can throw around strategy meetings as a top objective, but the pathway to achieving it in any measurable fashion may be more elusive than it seems. Customer engagement can be defined as the connection between a customer and a brand, and this successful connection is more important than ever before.Read Full Article
We all know that once members are out the door it’s very hard to get them back. And for California Family Fitness, a 19-location chain through Greater Sacramento, a winback campaign powered by Perkville helped them improve member engagement. Check out our case study on how Perkville used machine learning to predict when members would stop coming to the club before they stopped coming completely in order to re-engage at-risk members.Read Full Article
T-Mobile has offered Perkville businesses an exclusive marketplace offer to add to their reward program: $50 Visa Card and $25 in additional benefits per line activated. You can add this to your rewardprogram at no additional charge. Check it out!Read Full Article
Treat your customers to a fantastic and refreshing new reward just in time for summer. We’re proud to announce Honestly Good Smoothie Co is officially enrolled in the The Perkville marketplace! You can offer your customers £10 off their first smoothie kit from www.honestly-good.co at no cost to you. This would make a great reward for any business focused on health and fitness.Read Full Article
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The following post was originally published on Click Time.
One major consequence of the internet has been the proliferation of choice, in all arenas. Remember when you walked into clothing stores and picked out what was on the shelf? How quaint. Looking for a new kind of toothpaste? Here are 75!
When it comes to material objects, figuring out what you need can usually be done through online reviews. For services, however, the currency is still the personal reference. Think about it: when you need a service, would you rather read 400 online reviews, then make your best guess, or would you rather hire a referral from someone you legitimately trust?
Even if you have a dedicated marketing team, if you’re a service agency, building a business still means generating referrals. For any other agency, good referrals are your best sales opportunities and are always worth getting. Here’s how.Read Full Article