Posts Tagged “segmentation”

How to Manage Your Club Programs

Club programs are a staple in the convenience store industry. They help to motivate customers to visit more often since the customer knows that they are working towards getting a free reward, making sure they keep returning to make their purchases.

So, while club programs are a tried and true method for convenience store loyalty, there are three strategies to take these programs to the next level and start making an impact on your brand’s bottom line. […]

You Are Busy, Segmentation Should Not Take Up Your Day!

How many times have you sat at your desk watching the results of a campaign you were excited to roll out, only to see those stats flat line, or worse, nosedive into a negative return on investment? Without a doubt it is the defining moment of any marketer’s career. It becomes that “aha” moment where you can say, “I probably should have segmented the audience for this campaign.”joelblog

Segmentation has long been a core component of Paytronix’s 1-to-1 marketing platform. Studies show that segmentation is a vital tool in any marketing promotion, as relevant communication drives 18% more revenue than broadcast communication. In fact, […]

Amping Up Campaigns

The 2016 Paytronix User Experience was full of valuable insights – we reviewed program structure, hot promotions, and, most importantly, heard from you, our clients about how you leverage our software to take your program to the next echelon.

During the conference, it was my privilege to present tactics our clients can use to amp up their campaigns. I was joined by Data Insights strategist and resident loyalty powerhouse Christina Hurley. Together, we dissected campaigns, addressed relevancy drivers, and unveiled our 9 Gold Standard Campaigns that repeatedly drive material value for our client base.kh
A dissected campaign is comprised of three factors: segmentation, message, and reward. Any single campaign can include one or more combinations of these. For example, a typical “Birthday” reward has the following components: […]