There’s no denying that today’s consumers are visual people. According to Forbes, 90% of consumers argued that video content helped them make purchasing decisions and 64% of customers say that watching a video increased their chances of buying something.
Going to the gym can be a mixed experience for many. Dirty change rooms, “out of order” signs on equipment and mediocre group fitness classes can often leave gym members feeling frustrated, bored, or unmotivated.
Ensuring your customers are satisfied is a crucial part of running a business. If your customers aren’t happy with the service you’ve given them, there’s no reason why they should continue to do business with you.
Investing in customer retention pays off. After all, there are plenty of stats to support the importance of retention and thought leaders like Harvard Business Review and Forrester have been urging companies to prioritize their retention efforts for years.
Growth Hacking is data-driven marketing, focused on finding the one metric that matters. Growth Hackers have a hybrid mix of skills in marketing, product and data and have helped companies like Airbnb and Dropbox scale on lean budgets and limited resources. Unlike a traditional marketing strategy, Growth Hackers are focused on the entire acquisition funnel, fueling company growth by acquiring, activating, converting and retaining customers. Here at Autopilot, we have a team of our very own Growth Hackers and Hustlers who help us market the products you love and the content you need. Follow us for the latest Growth Hacking trends, topics and news.