British constumers want more than just rewards

The number of British people who expect to be rewarded for their loyalty to brands has increased significantly in the last three years.

Young adults aged 18 to 24 are particularly keen on rewards programmes. More than half (51%) believe being rewarded for loyalty is among the top three ways brands can support society during crises, significantly surpassing their US counterparts (39%).

These are among findings from the latest Value Shift research from Hall &...

Almost half of consumers are not currently loyal to brands

New research from Ello Group, a loyalty and engagement specialist, has revealed that almost one in five consumers would trust retailers more if when making a purchase, they were offered discounts that could help to offset the cost-of-living struggles.

Consumer trust is at a concerning level, as only 8% trust the retailers they shop with currently; while more than two in five (41%) say they are not currently loyal to brands. Close to one in six (14%) have also reduced their spend...

65% of consumers say personalisation earns loyalty in 2023

A global survey of 5,000 consumers reveals critical changes to consumer spending amid inflation and economic uncertainty.

These findings highlight current sentiment on spending and what it will take to earn consumer loyalty in 2023.

Retail, travel, hospitality, media and entertainment most at risk as consumers rethink spending 

Consumers are thinking more critically about where they will spend their money in 2023, with 81% saying they will reassess their...

Marketers face huge budget cuts and drops in customer loyalty

74% of CMOs have either seen, or are facing, cuts to their marketing budgets. 

This is according to new data from customer engagement Platform SALESmanago, which surveyed 250 CMOs in the UK to discover whether marketing needs to take a leaner approach as we head into recession. 

The findings revealed that despite what we have learned in previous recessions, 40% of respondents said they still struggle to prove the ROI of marketing to the CEO and moreover, 63% think...

Shocking loyalty statistics that will make you rethink your marketing strategy

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Whether due to the rise of e-commerce, the disruptions of the pandemic or other factors specific to a given industry, the old patterns of consumer behaviour no longer hold true in the current marketplace. According to Cheetah Digital's recently published 2022 Digital Consumer Trends Index, even the 76% of UK consumers who define themselves as loyal to certain brands say they’d still buy from competitors if it was cheaper or more convenient to do so. In this article, we take a look at the...

Can your customer loyalty program pass the ‘grandma test’?

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A best-in-class loyalty program goes way beyond traditional ‘points-for-purchase punchcards’. There’s also no one-size-fits-all customer loyalty template. The key to success is a data-driven loyalty strategy that combines customer data to create unique, personalised offers, resulting in increased engagement and revenue, according to András Szöcs, senior director and head of customer programs and centre of excellence at leading European retailer, Salling Group.

Speaking...

How MoxieLash boosted customer loyalty with email marketing

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Founded in 2017 by entrepreneur Val Yakovchik, MoxieLash specialises in selling first-of-its-kind, innovative magnetic eyelashes and eyeliners that continue to disrupt the beauty industry. Committed to providing superior solutions to makeup enthusiasts everywhere, MoxieLash is beauty without boundaries, strongly grounded in a community of authentic, confident, fierce and total badass humans. Community is at the heart of what MoxieLash does, having built lasting customer loyalty and a...