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  • General Overview
  • Loyalty experts agree it is more cost effective to retain customers than to acquire them, but, based on numerous interviews and surveys, researchers found that few companies have strong programs in place. Most business leaders believe in loyalty. The survey found that nearly 80 percent felt that loyalty was either “extremely important” or “very important” to top management. “We are creatures of habit, and loyalty programs reinforce habits,” “If we don’t have a way to constantly keep our message in front of customers, we run the risk of them forgetting about us and developing other habits.” Loyalty programs are evolving ever more quickly, thats partly because the customers they serve are evolving, too. “As customers become more sophisticated, they expect loyalty programs,” says Liz Roche, vice president of technology research services at Stamford, Connecticut-based Meta Group.. According to Meta Group, 75 percent of all Americans belong to at least one loyalty program. That means customers are more willing to sign up for loyalty programs. Now its up to companies to deliver them."Its so easy for customers who are price-sensitive to slip away or go to a competitor. One of the ways youcan make your customer relationship more sticky is through a well-planned and well-executed rewardprogram." Consider ways to integrate social media, tangible incentives, or a memorable experience. Just besure to go beyond a simple or deep discount.
  • Powerful marketing features that provide a comprehensive program to helpmerchants accomplish the following better than any other solution in the marketplace: (1) Build a customer database properly and without any paper sign up forms or manual data entry. (2) Treat customers with respect by rewarding them with cash back rewards after each purchase. (3) Communicate with your database regularly about products and services that interest them. (4) Support local non-profit causes with built in transactional programs. (5) Reduce, even eliminate discounting as an advertising strategy. No more deep discount services. (6) Offer traffic generating incentives to bring new customers in. (7) Create cross marketing programs within your local community.
  • • As cardholders activate their cards either online at www.ISpotRewards.com or by aphone call to our Call Center, the customers marketing profile is added to your privatedatabase.• After customers activate their card, any rewards dollars preloaded on their card inadvance become available for redemption.• By default, customers can use their card to earn rewards even if their card is notactivated. However, activation is required before any rewards can be REDEEMED throughthe system to help aid your collection of customer data.• You can login and review your Membership Report anytime online through yourpassword protected account. Your Membership Report continues to expand as yourprogram accelerates and more and more cards are circulated to customers.
  • The I Spot Rewards Loyalty Card features complete gift cardcapabilities with the added convenience and benefits of worldclass rewards and fundraising on the same card. Our proprietaryprogram allows merchants to offer incentives that get cash nowfor services later and transfer it to their cash register helping toguarantee a return visit without any advertising cost or reductionin prices to drive spending. Here are just a few ideas on whycustomers will give you money in advance:Pre-Paid 20% BonusLoad (or add) $20.00 in rewards when a customer purchases a$100 gift card (for themselves or someone else). This strategyis a huge money maker for the business and yet offers a muchhigher return to the customer than leaving money in the bank.Free Meal or ItemOffer a meal or service FREE of charge when the customer loadsa certain amount (such as $50.00) on their card.Frequency CardsInstead of selling a card with monetary value (i.e. $50) considerloading items of service such as 10 Entrees or 20 Car Washescustomers can prepay for in advance at a special discount andredeem later.
  • Over 98% of loyalty programs issue points as rewards. Points are difficultfor customers to understand and therefore fail to engage consumers tomaximum potential. I Spot Rewards, however, uses a superior instant cashback rewards program design. Cash back rewards are easy to understand,show extreme value to customers, and places your business on a pathtoward reducing then eliminating all discounting inside your business.When we make things simple and efficient by eliminating coupons, paperpunch cards and other hard to understand points based programs, thevalue and convenience to customers is clearly seen in the bottom line.Many of our clients have shattered sales numbers and profit records withthese simple steps alone!• Each business owner is in full control of rewards and how they can beearned and redeemed.• The ability to change rewards, bonuses or value added offers can bedone within seconds.• The card is accepted at Businesses throughout North America whichopens tremendous cross marketing opportunities.• Automatic thank you note emails cement the benefits and remindcustomers of the value. (see example on next slide).
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