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How to make a ‘spectacle’ of your loyalty program

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How to make a ‘spectacle’ of your loyalty program

Loyalty and incentive programs attract, motivate and reward your best customers and there is no doubt that they can be very powerful marketing tools – their success has been well documented in industry case studies, academic literature and loyalty marketing awards programs.

Your best customers are the ones that listen to and respond to your loyalty promise.  But delivering on that promise is highly dependent on structuring an effective program. All too often loyalty programs fail to deliver their promise not only to participants; they also fail to meet the high expectations of senior management.

Thus, to deliver on the ‘spectacle’ of a loyalty program, it’s vital we work on the ‘science’ behind it. Here are 8 key elements to applying this science.

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Is your loyalty program GDPR-ready?

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Is your loyalty program GDPR-ready?

Just in case you might have missed it; a wind of change has started to blow in the loyalty marketing landscape. In Europe the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is about to go live and it marks a heightened privacy consciousness among businesses and their customers. And ultimately, we expect that the principles of GDPR will go global.

Even if you are not operating from the EU, it is not a bad idea to start reflecting on what the new model of data protection will mean for you and your program. Almost certainly, the bar will be raised and your program members will expect you to take your protection of their data to a whole new level.

So, are you GDPR ready? Read on

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Employee  Engagement Boost

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Employee Engagement Boost

At Motivforce we have been helping clients to deploy Business Partner-driven strategies in order to improve their performance, agility and profitability. Although this is still core to our business, we also work on a growing interest in measuring the impact of employees on the bottom line. Employees are arguably a company’s most valuable resource, as they are sources of innovation and knowledge and allow for competing through service excellence.

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Ideal Team Players and What Makes Teams More Successful?

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Ideal Team Players and What Makes Teams More Successful?

Thinking of or running an Employee Recognition Program?

The exponential growth of Big Data now makes it possible to predict the performance of teams on the basis of laws and patterns in social interactions.

The research highlighted the traits of the ideal team player and also successful teams.

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Motivforce wins Engagement & Loyalty Award

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Motivforce wins Engagement & Loyalty Award

Motivforce’s approach, dedication and creativity in developing the hugely successful Lenovo
LEAP loyalty program has been recognised at the Engagement & Loyalty Awards. Lenovo
LEAP scooped the ‘Best Innovation in E&L in Partnership’ category,

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Why you need to use gamification to increase e-learning engagement

Why you need to use gamification to increase e-learning engagement

Gamification is the use of game-play mechanics for non-game applications and there are many case studies illustrating the increased motivation when game elements are incorporated into work activities. The closed nature of the audience and our access to detailed analytics allows us to precisely manage the effectiveness of the use of games in our programmes.  

How to drive engagement using big Data in B2B loyalty programs

How to drive engagement using big Data in B2B loyalty programs

Some of us at Motivforce have been avid Star Trek fans since our early years. Mind you, not the super nerdy types who glue on pointed ears and pretend to chat via chest-fitted communicators at conventions. Nerdy enough though, to sometimes use the show as a frame of reference when confronted with the realities of work life.

Seven tips on building an engaged and loyal social community

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Seven tips on building an engaged and loyal social community

At a Motivforce event held in Sydney, Australia, co-director of Motivforce R&D, Professor Ko de Ruyter presented research on how to best cultivate an engaged social community and focussed on: marketing strategy, customer relationship management, social media and customer loyalty. He used popular culture icon Lady Gaga as an ongoing example throughout his presentation. 

This article was originally posted on crn.com.au
 

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