Introducing Customer Round-Up Giving by ShoppingGives
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On this episode of the Impact Exchange, we’re excited to discuss a recent event that we hosted with Recurate— How Shopify Stores Can Embrace Sustainability. Our Founder and CEO, Ronny Sage, and Adam Siegel, CEO at Recurate, met with members from The Extra Smile, Darby Scott, and Shopify to discuss what works and what doesn’t when integrating sustainability and social impact into a business strategy, and how to align with customers’ values.
With ShoppingGives' integration with Yotpo, you can increase customer loyalty by incentivizing your customers with rewards points when they make a purchase or allowing your customers to redeem loyalty points for a donation to the cause of their choice. Learn more about integration benefits and best use cases.
Brand loyalty can increase your company's overall revenue, make better use of marketer investments, and insulate your company against changes in the economy. Learn more about how your brand can build brand loyalty.
We’re excited to announce that we are teaming up with Gorgias to help you create an all-new customer journey experience! By combining your social impact strategy with a customer service tactic, you can easily inform and educate customers of your giving strategy while also providing effective customer support.
We denounce racism in all its forms and want to share ways to take action against racial injustice. Everyone has the power to start a movement and each of us can make a massive impact. That’s the principle we built our business on and one we will always uphold.
You know how important customer loyalty is to a business. Customer loyalty is what propels your brand’s customers to buy your products time and time again. And they’ll do so, regardless of price or availability.
In this new age of consumerism, shoppers want to support brands who take a stance on social issues and use their power to make a difference. Check out the infographic to learn more about consumer behavior and cause marketing.
Cause marketing has the unique potential to build loyalty for your brand. This can make customers more likely to keep shopping with you. They may even recommend you throughout the years. Such dedication is valuable in the constantly changing online marketplace.
As a leading marketing executive for a large brand, you have your hands full. You’re successfully completing your job duties. The purchases are coming in as are new customers. But, something is missing and preventing your brand from being extraordinary. That something is effective customer engagement strategies.