Insider’s Guide to Marketing Your Restaurant on Social Media

  • April 23 2018
  • Resource: Research And Reports

Social media can truly move the needle on restaurant success. According to a Harvard Business Review Research Report¹ by Michael Luca, for restaurants, a one-star increase in Yelp rating leads to a 5-9 percent increase in revenue. A report...Read More

From Haters to Lovers–How RAC Grew Its Facebook Audience by Over 500% through Monitoring, Measuring, and Monetizing Social Media

  • April 16 2018
  • Resource: Research And Reports

Social media is often viewed through a skeptical lens by loyalty marketers, who sometimes don’t grasp the potential impact it could have on their respective customer bases. In this day and age, though, social media’s power and...Read More

The Guide to Driving Impact with Personalization

  • April 06 2018
  • Resource: Research And Reports
  • Krista Gunstone, Martin Mehalchin, & Shana Pilewski

Personalization has been a topic of conversation among executives, marketers and leading brands for over a decade. In a 2014 study conducted by Adobe, when asked to prioritize one capability that will be most important to marketing in the future...Read More

The Future of Rewards: Understanding How Consumers Value Rewards And Incentives

  • March 16 2018
  • Resource: Research And Reports
  • The Virtual Incentives Team

How do rewards and incentives impact consumers? At Virtual Incentives, we’ve always known that virtual rewards are the future. But now we’re diving deeper to better understand the relationships between consumers and incentives. The...Read More

Chicken Salad Chick: Adapting Programs for the Modern Age

  • March 15 2018
  • Resource: Research And Reports

Launched in 2008, Chicken Salad Chick is a fast casual chain of chicken restaurants based in Auburn, Alabama. Chicken Salad Chick serves full-flavored, Southern-style chicken salad “made from scratch and served from the heart”. With...Read More

Activision: Putting the Voice of the Customer into Action

  • March 01 2018
  • Resource: Research And Reports
  • Loyalty360

Activision was founded in 1979 as the first independent publisher of video game software. In the early 1980s, the company launched games for the Atari 2600 including Pitfall, RiverRaid, and Kaboom. The company has created and, through various...Read More

Growing Your Business with Gift, Loyalty and Rewards

  • February 27 2018
  • Resource: Research And Reports

Businesses everywhere have discovered the benefits of rewards and gift card programs. The value of Gift and Rewards continues to evolve and grow, with the availability of the re-loadable wallet (stored value) and as merchants integrate gift...Read More

A Beginners Guide to Making an Interactive Video

  • February 26 2018
  • Resource: Research And Reports
  • The HapYak Team

Interactive Video is the key to ensuring your videos are as engaging as the rest of the web. It creates a navigable weblike experience inside your video. Interactivity enhances the viewer experience by empowering viewers to control and personalize...Read More

Breaking the Code: Customer-Driven Learning and Innovation

  • February 19 2018
  • Resource: Research And Reports

It has never been easier to know what’s on your customers’ minds. Through feedback, behaviors and data, consumers are making their desires felt. That includes what makes them tick—or just ticked off. Companies that learn from...Read More

Millennials Are NOT Your Target

  • February 16 2018
  • Resource: Research And Reports
  • Evan Snively

Millennials have been a trending topic for the past 10 years. The intensity of interest in them is growing as their purchasing power increases, soon to surpass that of the Baby Boomers. Nearly every company has identified a need to connect with...Read More

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