Increase Returns By Building A Business Model Based On Value

What makes customers choose a product or service provider over another? Customers typically compare their options to find the best value, but this concept goes beyond the mere price of a product or service. Customers are developing a more complex approach to assessing value. For 70 percent of them, a great service is a form of value since they would spend more for this positive experience. Also, for 73 percent of millennials, sustainability is valuable since they would spend more for a sustainable product.

Delivering Value Through Your Products

You need to identify all the ways in which your products deliver value. Shape your message to draw attention to value and look for areas that could be improved to deliver more value.

Shoppers will look at product quality to assess its value. Durable and reliable products appeal to shoppers. More consumers are adopting a budget mindset, and they will spend more if a product lasts longer.

Convenience is another important factor. Your product should be convenient to use, and the process of researching and purchasing the item should also be convenient.

Shape your marketing campaigns around the value that the function of the product brings. Your content can inform shoppers about the value of the product by explaining how the product saves time or how it simplifies a task.

What A Valuable Service Looks Like

For 62 percent of companies, customer experience is seen as a differentiator. Consumers’ behaviors confirm this trend because 86 percent will pay more for a great experience.

Invest in a consistent multichannel experience that delivers the right interaction at the right time. The quality of each interaction matters and can be assessed in terms of how well it meets the customer’s needs and expectations.

Customers will also weigh the cost of the service offered and look for evidence that you are putting efforts into offering the best service possible. They will also consider the reward of the service offered, which you can demonstrate by offering tools customers can use to track their progress while using your services or products.

Building Trust

Trust is a crucial element of the relationship between consumers and brands. You can establish trust by repeatedly meeting and ideally exceeding a customer’s expectations.

Here is what you should focus on to build trust:

  • The values of your organization should appeal to consumers so they can form an emotional attachment.
  • There is a concrete dimension to building trust. You need to consistently deliver quality products that function as advertised.
  • The social impact of your brand matters. Did you know that 53 percent of consumers believe that brands can do more than governments to address social problems? You can deliver value and build trust by connecting with your community.

Further Considerations On Value

A customer won’t be able to assess the real value of a product or service until they make a purchase. Until then, the value is projected or perceived. Your marketing efforts help shape the perceived value of what you offer, but you need to make sure there that are no discrepancies between the perceived value and real value.

Value can be broken down into four elements:

  • The social impact of your business.
  • The life-changing qualities of your products or services.
  • The emotional connection with your audience.
  • The functional aspect of what you offer.

You need a strategy that addresses these four elements. Calculating the ROI of your efforts to increase value can be difficult because sales numbers alone won’t be very indicative. Instead, focus on performance indicators such as your customer satisfaction index and how many shoppers make repeat purchases. Track customer advocacy for your brand on social media.

Investing in value will result in satisfied customers, more sales, and more returns for your business. However, your approach should be tailored to your audience and how they define value. If you are interested in potential strategies to consider, we think exploring AI and chatbots is a great place to start since they can help you offer a better experience and form stronger connections with your audience.

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2019 IAC Best Financial Services Online Campaign Goes to Yalber

2019 IAC Best Financial Services Online Campaign Goes to Yalber

Yalber, a FinTech SMB funder, wins the 2019 IAC best online campaign for financial services. This is the company’s first award for the year.

Kobi Ben-Meir, Marketing Director, Yalber

The Internet Advertising Competition (IAC) has selected Yalber’s Royalty Based Investments campaign as the best financial services online campaign for 2019. Past winners in this category include Western Union, Equifax, Franklin Templeton Investments, TMP Worldwide for Citibank, U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management and more.

The Web Marketing Association (WMA), which was founded to help set a high standard for internet marketing and corporate web development on the World Wide Web, created the IAC Awards so companies and individuals could enter their best work to be judged against other work in its own industry. The IAC Awards provide an opportunity to highlight online advertising in 96 industries and nine online formats, including online ads, video, mobile, newsletter, email and social media.

“The challenge we faced was how to position the brand message in a way that will be clear but with not too much text or run time. We decided to break it down to the main selling point components and the results are incredible. I am very excited IAC chose our campaign, and I could never have done it without the support of the company in me and my team. There is a lot more to come in 2019. Stay tuned!”, said Kobi Ben Meir, Yalber’s marketing director.

About the company

Founded in 2007 and headquartered in New York City, with strategic offices in Dallas, Los Angeles and San Francisco, Yalber is a technology-enabled specialty lender, leveraging proprietary origination, disciplined underwriting and performance analytics to improve the speed, cost and choice of capital available to small and mid-sized businesses throughout the U.S. Yalber has recently closed a $20 million facility to support its growth. Read more ​

www.yalber.com

Winner page: http://www.iacaward.org/iac/winner.asp?eid=17542

Contact info:

Marketing@yalber.com

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