Change Is Good, Even For Loyalty Programs
How To Evolve Your Program Without Alienating Members
October 19, 2016
Why Read This Report
When it comes to loyalty programs, change isn't always bad. After all, B2C marketers must modify their program benefits and engagement mechanisms to keep empowered customers interested and participating. But sometimes, consumer perception of even the most well-intentioned changes is not what marketers expect and hope for. Whatever the impetus for change, this report will help B2C loyalty marketers get smarter about their approach to change and how they manage and mitigate the consumer response.
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Table of Contents
- Loyalty Strategies Must Change To Meet Customer And Business Needs
- Don't Let Fear Of A Consumer Conniption Check Your Progress
- Stabilize Your Program Evolution With An Enhancement Road Map
- Supplemental Material
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