Secrets to Fast-Tracking Customer Journey Engagement - XPromos

Secrets to Fast-Tracking Customer Journey Engagement

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At long last, we are launching a free webinar series this week to help marketers quickly and efficiently increase campaign engagement. How? By choosing the right tool to trigger prospects and customers to take action.

Getting engagement along the customer journey

Each step of the customer journey requires prospective buyers to do something to move on. Existing campaigns encourage action. When not enough prospects take action, the customer journey metrics suffer, and revenue targets are frequently missed.

Our expertise is in moving those prospects to the next step in the customer journey through hyper-targeted rewards, causing a lift in the rest of the customer journey metrics.

Introducing the Magnificent 7 Trigger Tools

Our webinar series on The Magnificent 7 Trigger Tools brings clarity to a cluttered world of shiny objects and promising digital toys. Once you are confident that you’re using the best tool for the challenge, you can focus energy on creating coveted rewards, connecting creatively with your brand’s essence, and delivering it all with evolving martech tools.

Free Webinar Launch Details

This 8-part series launches live on Thursday, March 29. After the first webinar on how to pick the right trigger tool, we will take a deep one-hour dive on each of the 7 trigger tools over the next couple months.

Do you know a marketer who could most use these insights to boost under-performing campaigns? Send them the link below.

Register for the first webinar here.

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