71 Revenue Growth Strategies

Every growth strategy any business will ever need.

The Strategies

Strategy #1

Speed to Lead

Engage instantly—speed is the key in a world where attention spans are shorter than ever.

  • Leverage multi-channel response strategies, including calls, texts, emails, and social media.
  • Implement automated responses to ensure immediate engagement.
  • Utilize high-value messaging to captivate and maintain interest.
The Flash Response

Real-World Example

Toast’s team will email, call, and text you within minutes of watching their demo.

Strategy #2

Land then Expand

Secure initial contracts even on a smaller scale or budget, then scale up to broaden your service offerings within the account.

  • Start with a minimal viable product or service to reduce entry barriers for potential clients.
  • Use initial engagements as a springboard for upselling and expanding offerings.
  • Strategically plan post-landing expansion to gradually introduce comprehensive solutions.
Land then Expand

Real-World Example

Square gives away free card readers to get businesses into their ecosystem before selling them on other services.

Strategy #3

The Beachhead

Concentrate your efforts on dominating a specific market segment with highly targeted messaging to make your initial breakthrough.

  • Develop and deploy tailored messages that resonate deeply with a specific audience segment.
  • Focus resources on winning a specific niche market to establish a strong foothold.
  • Use the success in your beachhead market to gain credibility and expand into adjacent markets.
The Beachhead

Real-World Example

Tesla initially focused on high-end electric vehicles before expanding to affordable models.

Strategy #4

The Early Adopter

Target innovative customers willing to try new solutions, providing valuable feedback and establishing proof of concept.

  • Engage with early adopters who are keen to explore new technologies and solutions.
  • Leverage early feedback to refine products and improve market fit.
  • Build a base of passionate users who can act as advocates and help penetrate broader markets.
The Early Adopter

Real-World Example

Tableau targeted data analysts who were early adopters of data visualization tools.

Strategy #5

Network Effects

Maximize the value added by each new user to exponentially increase overall value.

  • Design products or services that increase in value as more people use them.
  • Encourage user interaction to build a community around your product.
  • Implement referral incentives to accelerate user base growth.
Network Effects

Real-World Example

Alibaba benefits from network effects by connecting millions of manufacturers and resellers on its e-commerce platform.

Strategy #6

Baseline the Competition

Understand and exceed the growth strategies set by competitors.

  • Study your competition's marketing and sales tactics.
  • Don't reinvent the wheel; copy what works.
  • Find ways to outdo your competitor's tactics.
Baseline the Competition

Real-World Example

Zalando copied online shoe giant Zappos to quickly become one of the largest e-commerce companies in Europe.

Strategy #7

Dress to Impress

Make a memorable impression with exceptionally designed sales collateral and presentations.

  • Ensure all marketing materials are visually appealing and reflect your brand's quality.
  • You have seven seconds to make a strong first impression.
  • Hire professional designers.
Dress to Impress

Strategy #8

Add a Guarantee

Increase customer confidence and lower the perceived risk of purchasing with strong guarantees.

  • Offer satisfaction guarantees to reassure potential clients.
  • Highlight case studies or testimonials that demonstrate the effectiveness of your guarantees.
  • Use risk-reversal strategies to eliminate barriers to purchase.
Add a Guarantee

Real-World Example

IBM offers robust service-level agreements and guarantees to enterprise clients.

Strategy #9

The Highlighter Trick

Ensure your communications are customer-centric to increase engagement and sales conversions.

  • With one color, highlight everywhere in your sales collateral it talks about your company. In another color, highlight everywhere in your sales collateral that you talk about your customer.
  • Apply the Highlighter Method to evaluate and adjust your sales collateral, focusing more on the customer than on your company.
The Highlighter Trick

Real-World Example

MailChimp focuses heavily on customer-centric communication strategies.

Strategy #10

Value-Add Bonuses

Sweeten the deal with bonuses that enhance the perceived value of your offerings.

  • The best bonuses are ones that are high value but require little to no additional effort on your part.
  • The bonuses should be designed specifically to help them overcome common objections.
  • Assign a dollar value to the bonuses.
Value-Add Bonuses

Strategy #11

Urgency and Scarcity

Create a compelling need to act swiftly with offers that might not last.

  • Introduce limited-time offers to spur immediate action.
  • Communicate deadlines clearly to accelerate decision-making.
Urgency and Scarcity

Real-World Example

Groupon utilizes time-limited deals to drive quick decision-making.

Strategy #12

Activity Breeds Results

Stimulate progress and results through heightened activity and consistent action.

  • Set clear, daily actionable goals to maintain momentum.
  • Implement automation to scale activity.
Activity Breeds Results

Strategy #13

Talk to Customers

Direct conversations with customers can unveil crucial insights and foster loyalty.

  • Regularly solicit feedback to understand customer needs and improve services.
  • Implement changes based on customer suggestions to show responsiveness.
Talk to Customers

Real-World Example

Intuit regularly engages with small businesses to tailor their financial software.

Strategy #14

Accountability through KPIs

Measure performance and drive results through key performance indicators.

  • Define clear, measurable KPIs that align with business objectives.
  • Everyone in the organization should have KPIs that drive growth.
  • Regularly review KPIs with teams to track progress and adjust strategies.
Accountability through KPIs

Strategy #15

Meeting Frameworks

Optimize meetings for efficiency and productivity with structured frameworks.

  • Implement standard agendas to ensure all meetings are purposeful and concise.
  • Use time blocks and roles to keep discussions focused and inclusive.
  • Review action items at the end of each meeting to ensure follow-through.
Meeting Frameworks

Strategy #16

Strategy Sprints

Set specific time frames to test strategies, ensuring focus and preventing drift into new initiatives without adequate evaluation.

  • Define clear timelines for each strategy trial to assess effectiveness before moving on.
  • Keep teams focused on current strategies with scheduled reviews and checkpoints.
  • Use these sprints to quickly validate assumptions and refine approaches based on outcomes.
Strategy Sprints

Strategy #17

Test Faster

In competitive markets, the speed of testing can determine the speed of success. By testing strategies faster than the competition, it’s more likely you’ll be able to find a winning strategy.

  • Develop rapid testing cycles to iterate and innovate faster than industry norms.
  • Utilize technology and agile methodologies to streamline testing processes.
Test Fester

Real-World Example

Dropbox employed rapid iteration cycles to test and deploy new features.

Strategy #18

Blitzscaling

Scale up aggressively to capitalize on market opportunities faster than competitors.

  • Focus on speed over efficiency in critical growth phases.
  • Invest heavily in areas that will maximize customer acquisition and revenue.
  • Embrace risk and uncertainty as part of the scaling process.
Blitzscaling

Real-World Example

Uber’s early growth strategy involved hiring engineers, asking them for the best developers they knew, and then sending offer letters to those engineers.

Strategy #19

Viral Marketing

Design marketing strategies that encourage others to share your message.

  • Create shareable content that naturally promotes word-of-mouth.
  • Monitor and adapt strategies based on engagement metrics to maintain virality.
Viral Marketing

Real-World Example

Volvo successfully promoted their trucks when their Van Damme ad went viral.

Strategy #20

Account-Based Marketing

Tailor marketing efforts to match the specific attributes and needs of key accounts.

  • Develop personalized marketing campaigns directed at decision-makers within targeted firms.
  • Coordinate sales and marketing efforts to ensure a cohesive approach.
Account-Based Marketing

Real-World Example

Microsoft used ABM to target specific high-value enterprise accounts.

Strategy #21

Data-Driven Organic Traffic

Optimize your web content by targeting keywords that are both high in volume and low in difficulty, ensuring visibility and relevance.

  • Use advanced SEO tools to identify optimal keywords that balance traffic volume with competitive feasibility.
  • Avoid AI written content, as search engines treat this unfavorably.
  • Search engines want more in-depth versions of what's already ranking.
Data-Driven Organic Traffic

Real-World Example

Neil Patel’s website gained tracking using successful SEO techniques.

Strategy #22

Strategic Partnerships

Forge alliances that extend your market reach and enhance your capabilities.

  • Identify potential partners who complement your offerings and share similar market goals.
  • Develop joint ventures or collaborations that provide mutual benefits and increased customer value.
  • Leverage partnerships for cross-promotion to tap into new customer bases.
Strategic Partnerships

Real-World Example

Cisco forms alliances with other tech companies to broaden their market reach and capabilities.

Strategy #23

Influencers

Amplify your brand’s message by collaborating with influencers who resonate with your target audience.

  • Choose influencers based on alignment with your brand values and audience demographics.
  • Craft authentic storytelling around your products with the help of influencer insights and reach.
  • Measure the impact of influencer campaigns on brand awareness and sales conversions.
Influencers

Real-World Example

Sephora collaborates with beauty influencers to create authentic brand advocacy.

Strategy #24

Create a Platform

Develop a platform that not only serves your business but becomes an essential tool for others to amplify their own growth. As they grow, so do you.

  • Build a platform that offers tools or services that are integral to the growth strategies of other businesses.
  • Ensure your platform enhances the capabilities of its users, making it a critical part of their operational success.
Create a Platform

Real-World Example

Shopify built a platform that other businesses use to power their e-commerce operations.

Strategy #25

M&A

Grow your market presence rapidly through strategic acquisitions or mergers.

  • Identify companies with complementary strengths or offerings that align with your strategic goals.
  • Conduct due diligence to evaluate potential ROI and integration challenges.
  • Seamlessly integrate acquisitions to maintain continuity and maximize combined strengths.
Mergers and Acquisitions

Real-World Example

Google Cloud expanded its capabilities and market presence through strategic acquisitions.

Strategy #26

Thought Leadership

Establish your brand as a leading authority in your industry through insightful content and public engagements.

  • Publish in-depth research, articles, and white papers that address key industry challenges and trends.
  • Speak at conferences and webinars to share expertise and elevate your brand profile.
  • Ask your employees to share your company's thought-leadership content with their audience.
Thought Leadership

Real-World Example

McKinsey & Company publishes extensively on management and strategy to establish authority.

Strategy #27

Freemium

Attract a large user base by offering a free version of your product with optional paid upgrades.

  • Design a freemium model that provides substantial value in the free tier while enticing upgrades.
  • Use the freemium model to gather data on user preferences and behavior.
Freemium

Real-World Example

Zoom offers a powerful free meeting tool with optional paid upgrades.

Strategy #28

Host Events

Build community and engage directly with your audience through events.

  • Organize workshops, seminars, or conferences that highlight your brand’s expertise and offerings.
  • Provide networking opportunities that add value for attendees and foster industry connections.
  • Capture event content for digital sharing to extend the reach and impact beyond physical attendees.
Host Events

Real-World Example

Salesforce’s annual Dreamforce gets hundreds of thousands of registrants.

Strategy #29

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

Enhance your brand’s reputation and appeal by actively participating in social responsibility initiatives.

  • Develop CSR programs that align with your brand values and address significant societal issues.
  • Communicate your CSR efforts transparently to build trust and loyalty among consumers.
Corporate Social Responsibility

Real-World Example

Patagonia is active in environmental advocacy and sustainable practices.

Strategy #30

Product Customization

Differentiate your offerings by allowing customers to personalize products to their preferences.

  • Implement tools and processes that enable easy customization of products.
  • Use customer data to offer relevant customization options that enhance user satisfaction.
  • Market the customization capability as a key competitive advantage to attract niche markets.
Product Customizations

Real-World Example

Dell offers extensive customization options for business hardware.

Strategy #31

Geographic Expansion

Explore new markets by extending your business operations into new geographical areas.

  • Identify regions with unmet demand for your products or services.
  • Analyze market potential and local competition to ensure successful entry.
  • Tailor marketing strategies to local tastes and preferences to maximize acceptance.
Geographic Expansion

Real-World Example

Xero started locally in New Zealand before expanding internationally.

Strategy #32

Vertical Optimization

Maximize efficiency and effectiveness by tailoring your offerings to specific industry verticals.

  • Develop specialized solutions that meet the unique challenges of targeted industries.
  • Leverage industry-specific marketing to enhance relevance and engagement.
Vertical Optimization

Real-World Example

General Electric tailors solutions specifically to industries like healthcare and energy.

Strategy #33

Sales Battle Card

Equip your sales team with essential insights and tactics to win over competitors during sales engagements.

  • Create concise, information-rich battle cards that include competitor analysis, key selling points, and objection handling.
  • Regularly update battle cards to reflect changes in the market and competitor strategies.
  • Train sales teams on effectively using battle cards to improve their win rates.
Sales Battle Card

Strategy #34

Clear CTAs

Drive higher engagement and conversions with compelling calls to action.

  • Design clear and actionable CTAs that guide users towards desired actions.
  • Test different CTA placements and wordings to find the most effective format.
  • Ensure that CTAs are visible and stand out on all devices and platforms.
Clear CTAs

Strategy #35

Perfect Landing Page Design

Use design best practices to perfect your landing pages, capture leads, and convert visitors into sales.

  • Employ A/B testing to refine elements such as layout, content, and calls to action.
  • Ensure fast loading times and mobile optimization to cater to all users.
  • Use strong, clear messaging that aligns with the user's intent and expectations.
Perfect Landing Page Design

Strategy #36

Visitor Identification

Utilize advanced tools to identify and understand who is visiting your website.

  • Implement software that tracks the specific companies that are visiting your website.
  • Create outreach campaigns to target specific titles at the organizations visiting your website.
Visitor Identification

Strategy #37

PPC Campaign CPC Optimization

Enhance the efficiency of pay-per-click campaigns by optimizing cost-per-click.

  • Analyze performance data to adjust bids and improve ad placement.
  • Focus on high-performing keywords and eliminate high CPC keywords that don't drive meaningful results.
PPC Campaign CPC Optimization

Strategy #38

Expand Availability

Make your team available beyond traditional hours to accommodate demos and sales calls, offering convenience for clients who are busy during the day.

  • Utilize online scheduling tools that allow clients to book appointments during these extended hours at their convenience.
Expand Availability

Strategy #39

Case Studies

Demonstrate your company’s value and expertise through detailed case studies.

  • Develop case studies that highlight specific problems solved and the benefits provided.
  • Use real data and testimonials to build credibility and illustrate impact.
Case Studies

Real-World Example

Amazon Web Services detailed case studies highlighting the impact of their solutions.

Strategy #40

User-Generated Content (UGC)

Encourage and leverage content created by your users to enhance trust and community engagement.

  • Foster a community where users are motivated to share their experiences and creations.
  • Highlight and reward the best user-generated content to encourage ongoing participation.
  • Use UGC in marketing materials to showcase real-world applications and customer satisfaction.
User-Generated Content

Real-World Example

LEGO encourages fans to share their creations.

Strategy #41

Subscription Model

Transition to a subscription model to ensure steady revenue streams and increase profitability.

  • Subscription models help to standardize deliverables, which can be a real challenge for companies.
  • In subscription models, only a fraction of subscribers typically utilize the offered products or services extensively. This scenario can be advantageous for companies, as it often means that fewer resources are needed to satisfy the total subscriber base.
Subscription Model

Real-World Example

Adobe moved to a subscription model with Adobe Creative Cloud.

Strategy #42

Behavioral Retargeting

Re-engage visitors who didn’t convert by targeting them with messaging based on their behaviors.

  • Implement tracking tools to monitor user behavior on your site and identify key actions that indicate purchase intent.
  • Create dynamic retargeting campaigns that display relevant ads based on the products or pages viewed.
Behavioral Retargeting

Real-World Example

Seamless.ai’s sales team will email and call you when you revisit the pricing page.

Strategy #43

Micro-Moments Marketing

Capitalize on ‘micro-moments’ where users turn to a device to act on a need to learn, discover, watch, or buy something.

  • Identify common micro-moments in your customer journey and optimize content to address these needs quickly.
  • Use location-based services and mobile optimization to reach users precisely when and where they need your service.
Micro-Moments Marketing

Real-World Example

Tipalti targets people searching for help with specific tax forms using ads.

Strategy #44

Segmentation

Improve marketing effectiveness by dividing your market into segments based on demographics, behaviors, or preferences.

  • Develop targeted marketing campaigns that are specifically designed for different segments, enhancing relevance and impact.
  • Personalize interactions and product offerings to meet the unique needs of each segment.
Segmentation

Real-World Example

General Dynamics segments its customers into distinct business units.

Strategy #45

Focus on Retention

Increase customer lifetime value by implementing strategies focused on retaining current customers.

  • Deploy customer relationship management (CRM) systems to track customer interactions and predict churn risk.
  • Offer loyalty programs, rewards, or exclusive content to increase customer satisfaction and stickiness.
Focus on Retention

Real-World Example

Office Depot provides discounts, points for purchases, and exclusive offers to business customers.

Strategy #46

Bundling

Combine products or services into packages that offer better value than purchasing items separately.

  • Create bundles that combine complementary products or add services that enhance the primary product offering.
  • Offer pricing incentives on bundles to encourage customers to spend more per transaction.
  • Test different bundle configurations to find the most attractive combinations for different customer segments.
Bundling

Real-World Example

Azure offers bundled services for cloud computing, combining various tools and resources for enterprise solutions.

Strategy #47

Tiered Pricing

Attract a broader range of customers by offering multiple pricing tiers with varying levels of features or services.

  • Design tiered options to cater to different customer needs and budget levels, from basic to premium.
  • Clearly differentiate the benefits and features of each tier to help customers choose the one that best fits their needs.
  • Use tiered pricing as a tool to gradually upgrade customers by demonstrating the added value of higher tiers.
Tiered Pricing

Real-World Example

Hootsuite offers multiple pricing plans to cater to different levels of social media management needs.

Strategy #48

Lifecycle Engagement

Engage customers at every stage of their lifecycle with your brand to enhance satisfaction and loyalty.

  • Map out the customer lifecycle from awareness to advocacy and identify key touchpoints for engagement.
  • Implement targeted communication and marketing strategies that cater to the needs of customers at each stage.
Lifecycle Engagement

Real-World Example

IRONMAN sends helpful resources and offers leading up to and after your race.

Strategy #49

Interactive Demos or Free Trials

Allow potential customers to experience your product or service firsthand to reduce purchase hesitations and increase conversions.

  • Offer free trials or interactive demos that highlight the key features and benefits of your offerings.
  • Use these trials as an opportunity to gather user feedback and make necessary adjustments before full commitment.
  • Ensure an easy transition from trial to purchase with clear guidance and compelling follow-up communications.
Interactive Demos or Free Trials

Real-World Example

Splunk offers free trials and interactive demos of its data analytics software to attract and convert new customers.

Strategy #50

Exit-Intent Popups

Capture the attention of users about to leave your site with targeted messages designed to retain them.

  • Implement exit-intent technology to display a popup when user behavior indicates they are leaving your site.
  • Offer special deals, remind them of unfinished purchases, or ask for email subscriptions to provide future value.
Exit-Intent Popups

Strategy #51

Lead Magnets

Attract and convert prospects by offering valuable content in exchange for their contact information.

  • Develop compelling lead magnets such as eBooks, whitepapers, or webinars that address key customer pain points.
  • Promote lead magnets via your website, social media, and email to maximize reach.
  • Use automated follow-up emails to nurture leads that download your content.
Lead Magnets

Real-World Example

Gartner attracts potential clients by offering valuable research reports and insights in exchange for contact information.

Strategy #52

Monthly Newsletter

Keep your audience engaged and informed with a monthly newsletter filled with insights, updates, and offers.

  • Curate content that adds value to your readers' professional or personal lives.
  • Segment your audience to tailor the newsletter content to different user preferences or behaviors.
Monthly Newsletter

Real-World Example

Pfizer’s newsletters focus on pharmaceutical developments, health tips, and research updates, targeting healthcare professionals

Strategy #53

Geotargeting

Enhance marketing effectiveness by targeting audiences based on their geographic location.

  • Use location data to deliver personalized marketing messages to people within specific areas.
  • Target trade shows, competitors, or anywhere your target audience might be.
Geo-targeting

Real-World Example

Robert Half uses geotargeting to deliver personalized job postings and recruitment ads based on specific locations.

Strategy #54

Promotions

Drive sales and customer engagement with timely promotions tied to holidays or significant events.

  • Offer special discounts or bundled deals to encourage larger purchases.
  • Use scarcity techniques such as limited-time offers to create urgency.
Promotions

Real-World Example

Hewlett Packard Enterprise frequently runs promotions on their IT infrastructure products and services.

Strategy #55

Ask for Referrals

Encourage satisfied customers to refer friends and colleagues to your business.

  • Implement a referral program with incentives for both the referrer and the new customer.
  • Make referring easy with simple tools and processes.
  • Regularly remind customers of your referral program.
Ask for Referrals

Real-World Example

SurveyMonkey grew its business by incentivizing referrals with free credits toward future surveys.

Strategy #56

Digital Transformation

Leverage technology to improve business processes, customer experience, and operational efficiency.

  • Invest in cloud technologies to enhance data accessibility and collaboration.
  • Automate routine tasks to free up resources for more strategic activities.
  • Continuously evaluate emerging technologies for potential business applications.
Digital Transformation

Real-World Example

Siemens embraced digital transformation to improve its manufacturing processes and customer interactions.

Strategy #57

Elevate Branding

Refine your brand’s visual and verbal elements to strengthen market positioning and appeal.

  • While branding alone may not secure deals, a poorly designed brand can actively hinder a company's business success.
  • Refresh your logo, color scheme, and design templates to align with modern aesthetics.
  • Ensure brand consistency across all channels and materials.
Elevate Branding

Real-World Example

Stripe continually refines its brand image and messaging to stay modern and appealing to tech-savvy businesses

Strategy #58

Sponsorship

Increase brand visibility and credibility through sponsorships of events, teams, or influencers.

  • Choose sponsorship opportunities that align with your brand values and target audience.
Sponsorship

Real-World Example

Red Bull is famous for sponsoring a variety of events and teams.

Strategy #59

Advertise

Utilize various advertising platforms to reach and convert your target audience effectively.

  • Invest in digital and traditional advertising channels.
  • Use retargeting strategies to re-engage visitors who have shown interest in your products or services.
  • Continuously test and adjust your ad campaigns based on performance data.
Advertise

Real-World Example

Oracle spends hundreds of millions on advertising every year.

Strategy #60

Direct Sales

Empower your sales team with the tools and training needed to directly engage and close prospects.

  • Develop comprehensive training programs to enhance sales skills and product knowledge.
  • Provide sales enablement tools that help track leads and manage relationships.
  • Set clear targets and incentives to motivate and reward high performance.
Direct Sales

Real-World Example

SAP empowers its sales team with tools and training to engage directly with enterprise clients and close large deals.

Strategy #61

Lead Scoring

Implement a lead scoring system to prioritize sales efforts based on a prospect’s likelihood to buy.

  • Develop criteria based on demographic information and engagement level to score leads.
  • Use automated systems to update scores in real time as prospects interact with your content.
  • Focus follow-up efforts on high-scoring leads to increase conversion rates.
Lead Scoring

Strategy #62

Trade Shows

Maximize the impact of trade show participation by engaging attendees before, during, and after the event.

  • Schedule appointments and demos in advance to ensure productive interactions.
  • Use compelling booth designs and live demonstrations to attract attendees.
  • Follow up promptly with leads gathered at the show to capitalize on their interest.
Trade Shows

Real-World Example

3M attends various industry-specific trade shows to highlight its products.

Strategy #63

Social Posting

Maintain an active presence on social media to build brand awareness and engage with your audience.

  • Develop a content calendar to ensure consistent posting across platforms.
  • Engage with followers through comments, shares, and direct messages.
  • Analyze engagement metrics to understand what content performs best.
Social Posting

Real-World Example

Buffer maintains an active social media presence to build brand awareness and engage with its audience.

Strategy #64

SMS/MMS

Reach customers directly on their mobile devices with timely and personalized SMS/MMS messages.

  • Use SMS for time-sensitive promotions and updates.
  • Segment your audience to ensure message relevancy.
SMS:MMS

Real-World Example

Twilio utilizes SMS/MMS campaigns to deliver timely and personalized messages to their customer base.

Strategy #65

Direct Messaging Automation

Automate responses to common customer inquiries through direct messaging on social media.

  • Continuously update response scripts to enhance interaction quality.
Direct Messaging Automation

Strategy #66

Chatbot

Utilize chatbots to streamline customer service and enhance user engagement on your platforms.

  • Deploy chatbots to handle initial customer inquiries, making service faster and more efficient.
  • Integrate chatbot technology with your CRM to provide personalized interactions.
  • Continually train your chatbot using real interaction data to improve its responses.
Chatbot

Real-World Example

Intercom automates responses to common inquiries through direct messaging, improving customer service efficiency.

Strategy #67

Interview Target Audience

Engage your audience by featuring them in interviews, enhancing content authenticity and relevance.

  • Conduct interviews with prospects or industry experts for your blog, podcasts, or video series.
  • Utilize insights from these interviews to better understand and serve your audience.
  • Share this content across your channels to increase engagement and trust.
Interview Target Audience

Real-World Example

Deloitte engages industry experts and clients in interviews to gain insights and enhance content authenticity and relevance.

Strategy #68

Direct Mail

Utilize direct mail to reach customers with tangible, personalized communication that stands out.

  • Design creative, eye-catching mail pieces that reflect your brand’s identity and message.
Direct Mail

Real-World Example

Shopify Plus uses creative and personalized direct mail campaigns to reach potential high-value customers.

Strategy #69

Upselling and Cross-Selling

Increase average order value and customer lifetime value through strategic upselling and cross-selling.

  • Train your sales team to identify opportunities for upselling and cross-selling during interactions.
  • Use customer purchase history and preferences to make relevant recommendations.
Upselling and Cross-Selling

Real-World Example

Zendesk encourages customers to move to higher-tier support plans with more advanced features.

Strategy #70

Employee Advocacy

Turn your employees into brand ambassadors to leverage their networks and enhance your brand’s reach.

  • Encourage employees to share your company’s content on their personal social media channels.
  • Provide guidelines and training to ensure messaging aligns with your brand values.
  • Recognize and reward active participants to maintain engagement and enthusiasm.
Employee Advocacy

Real-World Example

Qualcomm encourages employees to act as brand ambassadors by sharing industry news, company updates, and personal achievements.

Strategy #71

Build a System and Live by It

Develop and adhere to a robust system of processes and guidelines to ensure consistency and efficiency across your organization.

  • Document all key business processes and ensure they are followed across departments.
  • Regularly review and update the system to adapt to new business challenges or opportunities.
  • Train new employees on your system to ensure quick assimilation and effectiveness.
Build a System and Live by It

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