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How to Build Brand Loyalty in Discount Hungry Customers

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Tips for building brand loyalty in today’s competitive marketplace

Online shopping and its short-lived first come first serve offers and discounts are setting the bar for how people perceive value. This is making it much harder for brands to attract a large number of customers. It is also making converting discount-seeking customers to brand loyalists much more difficult than in the past. However, in order to succeed and grow, you need to build brand loyalty.

But how do you attract customers to your brand and make them loyal to your offerings? And what can you do to increase your revenue in such a competitive marketplace? Let’s discover the answers here together.

Brand loyalty building tips:

  • Never compromise on quality

There is always an expectation of a certain level of quality attached to the price of your brand offerings. The more you are able to maintain this level of quality, the more your customers will keep coming back for more. However, if you drop the ball and let them down, they can and will easily replace you.

  • Always engage your customers

To ensure that your brand stays fresh in your customers minds, you need to keep in touch with them frequently and consistently. So make an effort to engage them, keep them posted about your brand and your new offerings. Moroever, fill them in on the details related to your company to let them feel involved with and connected to your brand.

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  • Ask for customer feedback

Remember to ask your customers about their experiences with your brand. Did they like it? Where they satisfied? And how can you meet and exceed their expectations? To build brand loyalty, your customers need to know that you listen to them, care about their concerns and respond to their demands. That’s how you keep them coming back for more.

  • Give them reasons to come back

Ask yourself this question: How do I get my customers to come back to me instead of the competition? The answer is, give them a reason to come back. But how do you do that? Aside from discounts, you can offer them non-monetary incentives such as special status and insider access. You can also create loyalty programs to make them feel privileged and appreciated.

  • Keep your head in the game

If you fail to follow what your competition is doing and the industry’s current trends, you will fail at building brand loyalty. This is why your marketing and social media strategies need to be relevant to the current marketplace. Read up on the new market trends, see what works for your offerings and employ them in your efforts to grow and expand your brand.

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  • Provide customers value

Customer loyalty is invaluable. The last thing you ever want is to lose your customers to competition. To ensure that this will not happen, you need to continuously provide them with value. Create a plan to help you give back value to your customers. Your plan could include gifts with purchases, phased discounts, free shipping or bonus services. The idea is to give them back some of what they paid when they purchased your product/service.

  • Show your gratitude & appreciation

Your customers love to feel that you care about them. Send out ‘Thank You’ notes to let them know you appreciate them buying from you. Moroever, wish your loyal customers ‘Happy Birthday’ and ‘Happy Holidays’. These things might sound unnecessary to you, but they can go a long way in building brand loyalty.

Which strategies do you use to build brand loyalty? What makes your customers keep coming back for more? Share with us your insights and tips in the comment section below. 

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Beirut Abu Hdaib

Can be bit of a monomaniac. My lust for word manipulation is insatiable. An often doleful #writer with a flair for #marketing & #socialmedia :)

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