Your SaaS solution may be the best thing since sliced bread. You know deep in your gut it can make the lives of your target audience significantly better. But if you’re not generating enough leads, chances are your SaaS business won’t stick around for long. So, in this blog post, we’ll take a look into 12 stupidly, simple ways that can help you generate more SaaS leads for your business.
A customer referral page is a great way to encourage the people who use your product or service to tell their friends and family about it. It's a win-win situation for both you and your customers: someone gets a fantastic deal while you get more business from new customers! This blog post will teach you how to create the perfect referral page, step-by-step, with examples.
A referral code is a special identifier created by numbers, letters, symbols or a combination of all of them. The goal of a referral code is to give referrals access to rewards, at the same time a system tracks where the referred people come from.
Struggling to get your customers to refer a friend? We've compiled 12 of the best referral program ideas to help you achieve your goals.
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.
How To Ask For Referrals: Lessons From 5 Startups Who Turned Into Unicorns With The Power Of Referral Marketing