Recently we spoke with Anne Schultheis, Digital Marketing Manager for Kahala Brands, who submitted an award-winning Pinkberry campaign that was recognized in May by Paytronix with a 2017 Loyaltees Award. The Best Early Adopter award celebrates brands that leverage a new Paytronix feature to benefit their business in 2016. Leveraging Paytronix’s new Target and Control feature, Pinkberry could measure both the ROI and the overall performance of the double-points promotion for a new product trial—Pinkbee’s™ low-fat milk ice cream.
Anne shared some additional insight on how Kahala Brands has leveraged Paytronix for marketing campaigns, and how the loyalty platform is making an impact upon Pinkberry guest engagement. By using the new Paytronix Target and Control feature, the Pinkberry marketing team was able to measure the effectiveness of two different email headlines, then dive even deeper to determine which headline actually motivated loyalty members to visit its stores.
Paytronix: When did you first start working with Paytronix?
Anne: Pinkberry has been working with Paytronix since 2012. When Kahala Brands acquired Pinkberry in 2015, we were excited to start using more features that Paytronix offers, such as target & control, surveys, segmenting, etc.
Paytronix: Have you run any other promotions since the successful July 4 campaign? […]
Loyalty programs are all about connecting with your customers and creating a great experience for them whenever they interact with your brand. However, there are mistakes that brands make that can limit the success of a loyalty program and end up hindering the customer experience from the start. The biggest mistake that brands make is failing to adapt their programs to keep up with modern customer engagement trends. Those that don’t meet the needs of their customers will likely fall behind the competition.
Here are the five mistakes that could cripple your loyalty program: […]
Whenever I Google “pizza delivery near me,” I’m overwhelmed by the number of options I have at my disposal. That’s why it’s important for any restaurant – but particularly those in highly competitive spaces – to think about what they’re offering customers that sets them apart from the competition.
When restaurant owners think about how their customers decide between them and their competitors, they often think that people’s decisions are made primarily based on food and customer experience. While that’s still true, there’s a crucial third element that consumers use to choose among their options — how restaurants use technology to facilitate guest engagement. […]
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. […]