All Blog Posts Tagged 'groves' (7)

Who's Watching You Online? See Whose Cookies Are On Your System Now

I get to consume lot of content daily and one of my sources is an email listserv that Doc Searles runs which covers the topic of 'VRM' or Vendor Relationship Mgmt (think the other half of the coin to CRM, Customer Relationship Mgmt).  The underlying premise of the discussions in the group are that consumers can, and are preparing to, control the data relationship with the vendors they choose to…

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Added by Steven Groves on April 6, 2012 at 9:30am — No Comments

Google+ for Foodservice - What's the holdup?

Google+ appears to be having a problem with connecting to the consumer audience out there - I want to know why.

Could it be that the brands that appeal to consumers, are not there yet enmass?  Could it be that the engagement options are limited?  Could it be that the 3rd party developer community that has made Facebook so useful is not yet invited to the party?

The answer is yes, yes, and yes - but I'm…

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Added by Steven Groves on February 9, 2012 at 10:08am — No Comments

Facebook Credits as Loyalty Rewards from Plink - If You Dare

I guess it should be expected that as the world awaits the highly publicised Facebook IPO that Facebook-related articles would crop up like weeds.  Well, here's another one...

On the heels of my post the other day on the essential use of a social login for loyalty programs, due to consumer fatigue in having to complete yet another profile on a new site.  The study by…

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Added by Steven Groves on February 1, 2012 at 12:34pm — 1 Comment

NRN's 2012 Predictions - how many are happening now?

Lisa Jennings at NRN posted last week on trends in 2012 and I swear, it looked like she'd been reading from our playbook and been briefed on our product roadmap.

Here are the highlights from her…

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Added by Steven Groves on December 27, 2011 at 9:44am — No Comments

The closed-loop process in restaurant marketing - a new group!

John Wanamaker said it to illustrate how difficult it is to reach potential customers using traditional advertising: "Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted; the trouble is I don't know which half." 

What I think he was looking for was Closed-Loop Marketing, but the idea was not presented…

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Added by Steven Groves on October 10, 2011 at 1:23pm — No Comments

Is GroupOn good for business? Over 80% of GroupOn customers are dissatified?!

I get to peruse through a lot of articles every day and one that stood out today was one that was titled "Merchants Split on Groupon Satisfaction" (seems I cannot put a link here, but you can search and find it on eMarketer.com)  The stat they report is that over 80% of merchants who use GroupOn… Continue

Added by Steven Groves on August 9, 2011 at 2:10pm — 3 Comments

WOM or Social Marketing?? Which one do you choose?

With 57% of the respondents citing that online marketing is either 'not essential to my business' or 'I don't know enough about it' but at the same time 50% declaring that Word-Of-Mouth (WOM) is essential, clearly there is a disconnect between what business people understand about social and how it…

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Added by Steven Groves on August 8, 2011 at 9:59am — No Comments

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