the best of both worlds
Getting phygital is all about marrying the physical and digital worlds of gifting to create personal bonds with prospects, partners and customers in a relevant, relatable and respectful manner. Below we share our tips and tricks for keeping it personal during the current circumstances.
Turning the virtual show into a personal experience
Don't Make Direct Mail a #DirectFail
In this episode, our Sr Product Marketing Manager, Blake Grubbs, and Brand Content Marketing Manager, Sara Pion, they explore how to stay empathetic and build personal relationships with prospects through direct mail, even with an increasingly remote workforce. Don’t make your Direct Mail a #DirectFail!
Creating Community and Customer Advocacy
In lieu of oversaturated digital marketing (emails, blog posts, social posts) people need human connectivity, today, more than ever. And it’s clear that your customers are the most important connections you have.
Learn how to build a community around your values, how to leverage customer relationships to create even more customers and how to accelerate your “time to trust” through personal bonding.
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TL;DR of the Lets Get Phygital Webinar: Bring The Physical To The Digital World
Last week, our director of demand gen, Nina Butler, and director of customer marketing, MK Getler, put on a webinar we called “Let’s Get Phygital”, where they explored how you can stay personal with your digital events and bring the physical world into the digital world.
The TL;DR of the DirectFail Webinar
Want the recording from this webinar? Check it out here! Last week, our Sr Product Marketing Manager, Blake Grubbs, and Brand Content Marketing Manager, Sara Pion, put on a webinar …
No more #DirectFails!🙅♀️ Don’t send direct mail to an empty office. Instead, create a Personal Experience.
As more companies move to remove workforces, don’t halt your direct mail efforts and flood the digital space with more noise to try to grab your prospect’s attention. Create a process that’s all about them. Because that’s how you create relationships in the first place.