Retail Look Book: The Best, Most Beautiful Refer-a-Friend Programs

  • October 16 2015
  • Resource: Research And Reports
  • Extole Team

Refer-a-friend programs are a familiar sight in retail. They’re a powerful way to bring in new customers who spend more money and bring in even more new customers like themselves.But not all referral marketing is created equal. The easier a...Read More

How to Promote Your Referral Program: A Few Hot Tips

  • September 11 2015
  • Resource: Research And Reports
  • Extole Team

Referral marketing is the next channel for customer acquisition. Whether you are a large enterprise or an innovative new brand, online referrals can help you increase mindshare and drive significant incremental revenue. Yet, your referral program...Read More

Encyclopedia Of Referral Marketing

  • August 26 2015
  • Resource: Research And Reports
  • Extole Team

Marketers need to acquire new customers. Referral marketing is the answer. The next acquisition channel for brands, it generates loyal, valuable new customers for brands while increasing the value of their existing customers. To succeed with...Read More

Mobile Handbook: Optimize Your Customer Referral Programs for Everyday Moments

  • August 12 2015
  • Resource: Research And Reports
  • Extole Team

Wherever your customers go, your brand goes too. That’s the beauty of mobile: it gives you the chance to provide immediate customer satisfaction, wherever and whenever they want it. Smart marketers have quickly figured out they can use refer...Read More

2015 Referral Marketing Best Practices

  • July 29 2015
  • Resource: Research And Reports
  • Extole Team

As a marketer, you have one goal: acquire new customers. How? Referral marketing is your answer. It acquires customers other channels can’t. This guide gives you the latest best practices for referral programs. Combine these with your...Read More

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