Referral marketing is a marketing tactic that makes use of recommendations and word of mouth to grow a business's customer base through the networks of its existing customers. It’s undoubtedly one of the best ways to attract new customers and when done right, it can fuel your business growth on an ongoing basis.
The ultimate goal of marketing is to influence someone to engage with your business and purchase your product or service. Depending on what your service/product offering is, your sales cycle will vary.
customer and as a customer, you have money to exchange for that value. The amount you get paid is proportionate to how much value you provide. So, as a business owner, you should be constantly asking yourself – “how could I provide more value for my customers?” because in turn, you will be paid more.
The world of business revolves around the concept of value. How much you are asking for in exchange for what you can offer. On the customer’s side, it would be a question of how worthwhile your offer is, to begin with, and if it’s even worth their time. Your job is to make consumers feel like they can’t live without what you are offering.
If there is one thing that rings true when approaching growth for any business, it’s that there is no silver bullet or shortcuts. While there are many avenues and potential paths to growth, having a strategic and diversified approach is the only tried and true method for long-term success. Diversify Your Approach Much like an investment portfolio, [
As a business owner or decision maker, to stay ahead, it is essential that you have tools and insights to help you make informed decisions on what your business or client market may or may not do. This practice will help optimise your business’s outcomes and ensure strong, long-term growth. Predictive analytics is taking relevant […]
Innovation in this fast moving world is arguably one of the most important factors that will enable a company’s long term success. But many times, while leaders are looking forward to forge new territory and bring to life their customer value, they often get caught up in hypothesising and making assumption based decisions. These decisions, […]