Every business will have slightly different marketing objectives, depending on its audience, industry and size. But there are some core objectives which most marketing teams share. We take a look at 6 key objectives and how a referral scheme can help you achieve them.
6 marketing objectives your referral scheme can tackle
Case study: How love of its signature prints means referral success for Cath Kidston
Customers of Cath Kidston love their signature prints with a hint of nostalgia. With such a loyal customer base, referral marketing is an obvious step to capture this advocacy and to drive the acquisition of new customers. Cath Kidston appointed Mention Me to power their referral programme, and since its launch in 2016 it has generated some fantastic results.
Referrals take the biscuit for customer acquisition for this gift retailer
Biscuiteers produce beautiful and witty biscuits which taste as good as they look. In fact, biscuits that people want to talk about. Wanting to harness this customer enthusiasm for the brand, Biscuiteers turned to Mention Me to power their refer-a-friend programme.
Why their made-to-measure referral program is a perfect fit for menswear retailer Spoke
Spoke is an exciting disruptor brand in the menswear market. Founded in 2014 it was born from the frustrations of finding quality menswear with a good fit. Customers quickly discovered their great fitting products took the pain out of shopping. With such a loyal customer base, Spoke realised the potential that referral marketing could offer.
Coast teams up with Mention Me to launch refer-a-friend programme
Mention Me has been selected to power the online referral programme for high street fashion brand Coast. The iconic high end, high street, women’s fashion retailer recognised the value of their loyal customer relationships, and the opportunity to leverage this by providing a platform for them to share their positive experiences to drive new customer acquisition.