“Invite a friend to receive a special discount on your next purchase.” I bet you’ve seen that one somewhere or at least something similar. That’s a referral program. But how do you get to that point? How can you reward your customers? How can you incentivize them to bring you more customers? How do you actually create a referral program from scratch? In this post, we answer those questions for you.
Want to give your referral program the kick in the pants it needs to make your customers sit up and take notice and keep sending referrals like all get-out? Here are 12 super effective referral marketing ideas to get you started.
Are you asking yourself what is a brand ambassador? What does a brand ambassador do? If so, in this post we answer those questions for you.
One good way to create a successful referral program is to look at how other people did it. Case in point: Morning Brew. Want to learn how they built an audience of 2.5 million? This blog post breaks down the Morning Brew referral program in detail!
We break down exactly how Bench Accounting’s B2B referral program encourages sharing using a purpose-driven approach—from how they communicate their value proposition and the incentives they offer customers, to the CTA placements on their website and the language used in their emails.
In this article we cover seven tried-and-true ways to use psychology in your newsletter referral program to get more subscribers.
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