Why Learning should be a part of your Marketing Strategy

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It is integral to the development of the employee base and has been majorly linked to increased productivity, innovation and satisfaction. Before you say “…but isn’t educating your customer a very commonly used marketing technique?”, Why indeed.

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Get Em Back – Ur Learners Ur LMS

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Example: All customer service reps will be accessing the LMS. On top of that, they push this “rah rah” to other customer service reps. . You are about to launch the LMS to your employees or customers or both. Propaganda Pens.

How to Nurture Leads with Video

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And in terms of video, the concept that they should be using more video throughout their customer touch-points is not only known, it’s likely been screamed at them at every conference, workshop, and webinar. Product Aware – Help consumers decide to buy your product.

How to Nurture Leads with Video Marketing

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And in terms of video marketing, the concept that they should be using more video throughout their customer touch-points is not only known, it’s likely been screamed at them at every conference, workshop, and webinar. Product Aware – Help consumers decide to buy your product.

How to Nurture Leads with Video Marketing

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And in terms of video marketing, the concept that they should be using more video throughout their customer touch-points is not only known, it’s likely been screamed at them at every conference, workshop, and webinar. Product Aware – Help consumers decide to buy your product.

How to Nurture Leads with Video Marketing

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And in terms of video marketing, the concept that they should be using more video throughout their customer touch-points is not only known, it’s likely been screamed at them at every conference, workshop, and webinar. Product Aware – Help consumers decide to buy your product.

How To Add Realism To eLearning

The eLearning Coach

With lots of observations and anecdotes in hand, you’ll be ready to add realism to your online learning products. Or in a software simulation for new bank employees, the learner could add funds to the correct customer’s account and end there or add funds to the wrong account, causing negative repercussions in other parts of the system. You might interview an angry customer about receiving an inferior product who became a repeat customer because he was handled with care.

How To Add Realism To eLearning

The eLearning Coach

With lots of observations and anecdotes in hand, you’ll be ready to add realism to your online learning products. Or in a software simulation for new bank employees, the learner could add funds to the correct customer’s account and end there or add funds to the wrong account, causing negative repercussions in other parts of the system. You might interview an angry customer about receiving an inferior product who became a repeat customer because he was handled with care.

Your LMS is either live or close to it

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Nor is the “we gave everyone a password and are making training mandatory and that will get them in there,” nor “our customers will love this easy access to their free or paid online learning courses.” I mean you could have the worse product, whatever out there, and if your teaser is done right, people will at least check it out once. A few customers is all you need. Propaganda techniques (which are used everyday in advertising), work really well.

Bamboozled

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Showed it via a “live customer.” I’ve equally been zapped by products outside our space too. Everything is turned on in your demo, but the vendor fails to mention during its presentation that some of that functionality is not included in the product you are looking at. I’ve been bamboozled in the past. Tricked into thinking it is this, when it is that. It happened with a vendor that I was quite impressed with several months back.