UK marketers are tentatively embracing Web 2.0 technologies, with 17% now saying that they 'blog' to connect with existing or potential customers.



Stat: UK marketers are tentatively embracing Web 2.0 technologies, with 17% now saying that they 'blog' to connect with existing or potential customers.

Stat Categories: Loyalty Program / Rewards Stats

Tags: loyalty program loyalty program,rewards loyalty program,rewards,miles loyalty program,rewards,miles,points

Years:

Stat Source: The Wise Marketer

Publisher (site that mentioned this stat): LoyaltyLeaders.org

Submitted By: Michael Raeford

Related Categories: None


Share on:

Related Stats / Figures


Stat Data / Info Details
Even though 53% of retailers surveyed indicate that customers can join their loyalty pr... See Full Stat Info
While 57% of boardroom executives feel that customer retention will be more important i... See Full Stat Info
Eighty one percent of American loyalty program members are enrolled in a program that t... See Full Stat Info
Reward program members are 70% more likely to be WOM champions (defined as those who ar... See Full Stat Info
Reward redemption among the top nine airlines rose last year but only 8 percent of all ... See Full Stat Info
Loyalty program penetration among U.S. debit card issuers is already at 20 percent and ... See Full Stat Info
85% of loyalty program members haven?t heard a single word since the day they signed up. See Full Stat Info
Sixty-four percent of persons from higher-income households who don't currently partici... See Full Stat Info
The average number of travel rewards programs to which consumers belong dropped 27.8% t... See Full Stat Info
Nearly 90% of Americans participate in some type of rewards program, and most are enrol... See Full Stat Info
The majority of American consumers (62 percent) join retail loyalty programs so they ca... See Full Stat Info
Over 60% of U.S. households said that loyalty card programs were important in their sho... See Full Stat Info
Whether it was a reward they didn't want (27 percent) or a reward that was too small to... See Full Stat Info
73% of teen and young adult consumers (aged 13 to 21) shop at a fixed group of stores. ... See Full Stat Info
Seventy-three percent of customers who are enrolled in rewards programs say that they h... See Full Stat Info
Travel industry loyalty rewards programs have seen a 31.2% decline in active participat... See Full Stat Info
According to recent UK studies, 96% of their population are currently a member of a rew... See Full Stat Info
A first-time customer has a 30% chance of becoming a long-term profitable customer. If ... See Full Stat Info
A typical company receives around 65% of its business from existing customers. See Full Stat Info
Overall membership of 2.1 billion represents a 16% increase compared to the 2009 report... See Full Stat Info
The average household in the United States is signed up for 14 loyalty programs, rangin... See Full Stat Info
Trust is key to keeping customer loyalty because people are seeking out cheaper private... See Full Stat Info
44% of consumers have had a negative experience with a loyalty program. See Full Stat Info
Of an average total of 14.1 loyalty programs that each household has signed up for, onl... See Full Stat Info
53 percent of U.S. grocery customers are enrolled in loyalty programs. See Full Stat Info
The percentage of overall active memberships in the U.S. ? those memberships that demon... See Full Stat Info


News / Press / Blogs Mentioning This Stat


There are no news articles listed.

Market Research Reports Mentioning / Related to this Stat / Figure


There are no reports listed.

Comment on this Stat


Edit | Back