The holidays are fast-approaching and before we know it, it’ll be Dec. 31st and the New Year will be rolling in. As we quickly sail through the fourth quarter, many of us are pushing sales, sales, sales like mad. If your sales have been falling behind and you’re scratching your head wondering why, you’ve come to the right place. Mpell Promotions knows the secret to ongoing sales and customer retention—and its customer

Winter is just about here and for many retailers, service providers, and marketers, the cooler weather means it’s time for the holiday promotion season. This is by far the biggest time of the year for your business, and can account for up to 30 percent of sales. With Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and Thanksgiving just around the corner, the holiday season can be a critical time for your business, and

Now that we’re moving through the fourth quarter of the calendar year, many of us are pushing to meet our year-end sales goals. Or maybe you’ve already met your goals and are looking to go above and beyond to end the year on an even stronger note. On the other hand, maybe you’re starting to think about 2017, and are already planning your customer retention incentives for Q1! You want

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are two of the busiest shopping days of the entire year. As a brand, these are days you definitely don’t want to miss out on. Nearly every industry partakes in some kind of Black Friday or Cyber Monday promotion, including hotels, consumer service providers, retail stores (both online and storefront), video game companies, car dealerships, and the list goes on. Any company striving to acquire

With the rise in Visa gift cards and electronic promotions, brands don’t offer their customers travel incentives as much as they used to. However, that doesn’t mean that consumers don’t want to see them! According to the U.S. Travel Association, 79 percent of domestic trips are taken for pleasure rather than business. This proves that people want to travel, but there may be factors that don’t allow them to travel

Bringing in new customers is important, but not nearly as important as keeping the customers you already have. If you don’t put in the extra effort to encourage your current customers to come back again in the future, you may do business with them just one time and never hear from them again. However, if you make the most out of each and every customer and focus on their wants

More than 80 percent of today’s shoppers belong to some sort of loyalty program, whether the program provides gift card solutions, rebates and refunds, premiums, or another type of incentive. The future of loyalty programs could entice even more shoppers to jump on board. According to Reuters, the most popular loyalty programs involve dining, groceries, drugstores, and apparel. Other popular programs include home goods, consumer electronics, and automotive. The future

Remember when your parents used to reward you for doing chores around the house or for getting good grades in school? Customer rewards are similar in the sense that they reward clients for good behavior to encourage them to participate in a certain behavior again, like to shop with you again in the future or refer you to their friends and co-workers. If a customer purchases something from you, sure—you

Seamless National Energy Promotions!! The deregulated energy industry has grown substantially during the past decade. As competition for customers escalates, the need to differentiate marketing messages escalates too. It can be difficult to differentiate your service based on price per kilowatt alone. Especially when your competitors are offering a $100 Gift Card to switch services. Consumers clearly understand the value of a gift card and that is often all it takes to motivate

Don’t scare your customers off this Halloween—attract them with awesome deals and incentives that they can’t resist, just like all that sugary Halloween candy they won’t be able to put down! If you’re looking for a fun and creative way to treat your customers this Halloween, check out our 5 tips for treating your loyal customers with gifts and promotional rewards. 1. Surprise Your Customers with Unexpected Treats Who says