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Three strategies to set your organization apart from the competition

Posted by on November 7th, 2019 in Marketing
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What can your organization do to differentiate yourself from competitors? Your business’ marketing strategies define how you approach your customers, how customers see you, and even who you market towards. Adopting the right strategies will put you on track to getting ahead of the competition.

Many businesses often use similar tactics, market to the same demographics, and offer similar or even the same products and services. Using different marketing strategies can help you to stand apart from the competitors and move past them by offering new technologies, making real life connections with your customers, and creating an unforgettable experience for every person every time.

These 3 marketing strategies will help your organization stand apart from the crowd. How many of them are part of your current branding strategy?

Quickly embrace technology that adds value.

Staying on top of technology trends and curves will help your business stay competitive. This is of extreme importance when attracting millennials whose habits rely almost solely on their phones. Integrating 24/7 customer service, social media and personalized services is a good start.

If you have a quality digital app or website and ideally both, you should push it and market it to your entire audience. Many individuals are moving away from in-person service and taking almost everything digital, which is convenient, easy to use, and often significantly faster. Banking, ordering groceries, booking a flight and scheduling appointments can all be done online and your customers like these modern convenient “touch of a button” services that you should be offering them.

It is also important to ensure that the technology that you are offering is of high quality. Are you making smart moves to enhance your customers’ experience?

Focus on customer outreach.

Customer outreach, connecting with customers on a one-to-one basis and actually making human connections is equally important as being up to date on the latest technology trends. Adding real value to customer outreach will create repeat customers and customer loyalty. It is important that you offer warm, friendly, helpful advice and assistance without just selling your products and services.

Outreach should be about building relationships with your customers, not necessarily making sales. The more you create personal, one of a kind experiences with your customers, the more they will want to do business with you and encourage other people to do business with you. Technology and convenience are great, but getting in front of your customers face to face and making real life connections with them is invaluable.

Create an amazing customer experience

Plenty of businesses say that service is what makes them different, however, just saying it is not enough. You have to deliver extraordinary service that you can’t get anywhere else. Modern marketing and consumerism are all about experience. Your institution should offer customers a quality experience, from your digital platform and app to your physical location to phone customer service in order to succeed.

The most important thing you can do is focus on creating a helpful, positive, and quality experience for every member every time they interact with you. Focusing on offering strong, stable, quality solutions and being there for the customer first will create customer loyalty and an amazing customer experience.

 
Standing out in a crowd of competitors is no easy task, and it’s getting more difficult all the time. Your marketing strategies will define how you approach your customers, how customers see you, and even who you market towards. However, adopting the right strategies will put you on track to getting ahead of the competition.

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