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The secret sauce fuelling Barbeques Galore customer loyalty approach

Recent years have witnessed a proliferation of points-based loyalty programs and spend-and-save offers as marketers have sought to create more regular engagements with customers. But for Barbeques Galore, where the average purchase cycle for a new barbeque is seven to eight years, establishing more regular engagement with customers has been a challenging proposition.

Digital Marketing

Report: Australian ecommerce hits record-breaking heights

Australia’s ecommerce market is expected to grow by 13.4 per cent this year off the back of hefty gains in 2020 and is on track to break the US$70 billion barrier by 2025. Yet with such growth comes a record spike in scams targeting Australian consumers.

Digital Marketing

How Barbeques Galore plans to triple ecommerce sales

Three months after doubling conversions through a new ecommerce, ordering system and website overhaul, Barbeques Galore is looking to cook up even bigger sales with the debut of its third-party marketplace strategy.

Digital Marketing

Kmart connects with customers in the great indoors

​Kmart has joined other retailers by invigorating its online content to engage customers with a series of ‘masterclasses’. The classes also market its expanding furniture range – another response to customers’ increasingly indoor lives.

Digital Marketing

TikTok campaign run delivers for Athlete’s Foot

Athlete’s Foot reports its first TikTok campaign reached almost five million people in a few weeks as part of its launch of Asics’ latest Kayano 28 shoe, an important annual event for sports shoe retailer.

Social Media

Lorna Jane slapped with $5m fine for misleading consumers

Lorna Jane has been penalised $5 million by the Federal Court after admitting it made false and misleading consumer claims around its ‘LJ Shield Activewear’ technology suggesting it would prevent customers catching Covid-19.

Digital Marketing

Finding the right fit: Atomic Group's digital marketing journey

Every day 48 per cent of Australians wake up with heel, arch or general foot pain. But despite this, more than half will never visit a podiatrist. This knowledge is part of what inspired integrated footwear and retail company, Atomic Group, to ramp up its online presence for its orthopaedic shoe line, Homyped.

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