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How Social Media Works For Your Customer Journey

Your social media marketing can sometimes feel separate from your other marketing efforts. After all, social media is about engaging with fans and having a little bit of fun with your brand, is it really a place where you should be thinking about the customer journey?

The fact of the matter is that all of your marketing efforts should be shaped around your customer journey, and that includes social media. And yes, there is a way to fit social media into each stage of the customer journey without resorting to sales-y posts or spammy messages.

Here’s how you can incorporate social media at every stage of the customer journey, from know, like, and trust to try, buy, repeat, and refer.

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Eman BurashidHow Social Media Works For Your Customer Journey
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3 Basic (But Crucial) Areas of the Customer Experience You Need To Get Right Every Time

We all know that an unhappy customer is a bad thing, but how do you achieve providing the best customer service possible? The key to providing excellent customer service is to, first of all, think of providing more than just service. Think of providing an experience that makes your customers want to work with you for years instead of a one-time transaction.

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Eman Burashid3 Basic (But Crucial) Areas of the Customer Experience You Need To Get Right Every Time
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How To Keep A Customer For Life

Over the past couple of years, we’ve built quite an awesome community through our marketing programs. We thought it would be a great idea to bring everyone together again for a chance for a refresher course on growing their businesses. It even turned out to be a great chance to network! So, on the 1st of April, we held our first “Community Workshop” titled “How To Keep a Customer for Life.” Let us share with you a little of what we learned that day.

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Eman BurashidHow To Keep A Customer For Life