Engagement & AnalyticsLoyalty

The price of loyalty

Consumers can put a price tag on their data; What does this mean for marketers? In a nutshell, it means they have high expectations for value and customer experience from the companies with whom they share their data. In fact, 62% of Canadians expect better experiences with companies who hold …

Data AnalyticsLoyalty

Beyond data

Aeroplan partners with TD to create emotional connection by leveraging data to help members achieve their travel goals According to our 2015 Aimia Global Loyalty Lens survey, 80% of consumers are willing to engage with brands and share their personal data, but only eight per cent think they receive better …

LoyaltyTargeting and Acquisition

How Home Hardware is building customer loyalty through relevancy, one customer at a time

  In the quest to retain customers, many retailers across Canada have created their own or joined existing loyalty programs. Rewarding customers for their loyalty and leveraging the data that’s collected as part of these interactions as a means to build real relationships with customers has gained a lot of …

Industry NewsLoyalty

It’s a great time to be a marketer: thoughts on the C2MTL Conference

It is always interesting to hear how CMOs from different sectors, and even other countries, are dealing with the new marketing realities of evolving customer demands, continuous technology innovations, and the ever increasing sources of information on the customer – data is now available from every consumer touch point. These …