Inspired Incentives

How You Can Increase Sales with a Customer Loyalty Program

Posted by Chris Largent

Wed, Sep 19, 2018 @ 10:08 AM

Sometimes, we cover some heavy hitting topics on this blog. For example, there’s 3 Non-Traditional Ways to Keep Your Participants Engaged, How to Incorporate CSR into Your Group Travel Program, and Prize vs. Praise – The Difference between Incentive and Recognition Programs.

Sometimes, however, it can be helpful to remind ourselves of the basics and why we’ve made the decisions that got us to where we are right now.

Customer loyalty, for example. Are you running a program currently? If not, there may be an opportunity for you to grow your sales by first acquiring then retaining customers with a simple and effective program.

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Topics: Customer Loyalty

3 Incentive Strategies You're Not Thinking Of

Posted by Devin Ferreira

Thu, Apr 05, 2018 @ 02:00 PM

I’ve always disliked the proverb, “there’s more than one way to skin a cat.”

Whether or not you’re an animal lover, you have to admit it’s a pretty gruesome way to describe an otherwise benign idea: the idea that there’s more than one way to get a job done.

What is perhaps even more surprising than the origins of the original saying, is that this obscure and outdated reference doesn’t seem to have been properly updated to fit these modern times. How about:

“There’s more than one way to order a Big Mac.”

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Topics: Customer Loyalty, Channel Incentives, Employee Motivation

Which Incentive Program Is Just Right?

Posted by Chris Largent

Tue, Dec 19, 2017 @ 09:01 AM

Now that we’ve established that 2018 is the year for incentives, you need to know what type of incentive program will fit your organization best.

As you can imagine, there’s a lot of thought, research, and decision making that goes into finding the incentive program that fits your organization just right.

There are also many determination factors that come into play when picking an incentive program. Factors such as the number of anticipated participants, earning criteria, budget, company and distribution size, how long the program will run, company culture, etc. For our purposes here, however, we’re going to narrow the scope.

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Topics: Channel Incentives, Sales Growth, Customer Loyalty

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