Brand community Brand communities are platforms branded to your company that allows you to reach an engaged group of consumers knowledgeable of your brand to discuss what draws them to your products. Insights for market research are typically the goal of a brand community as a group of loyal customers allows for these members to discuss what marketing strategies work for them and their personal interests within a rewarding environment. CMNTY platform is ideal for brand communities through our customizable design and simple analytics engine. We offer numerous modules to engage members in branded discussions to glean insights on marketing strategies from challenges to see what campaigns members respond to best to questionnaires to discuss specific interests and desired from their purchasing habits in the market. Our platform allows for user group segmentation to enable multiple audiences to only see content targeted to their interests. CMNTY platform is an ideal software to run your brand community.
Want to build or increase the engagement in your brand community? This guide is for you. Congratulations! You’ve started an online brand community, and things kicked off really well. Whether you started your brand community because you’ve seen your competitors do it to some degree of success, someone in your team mentioned that having an […]
Having a customer engagement strategy should be the top priority of every aspiring brand on the market. The quality of your service may be outstanding, the technology you employ may be cutting edge, your marketing technique faultless… It’s all for nothing if your customers don’t establish an affectionate relationship with your company. So, What is your customer […]
Have you ever wondered how do all the big names conduct such astonishingly successful marketing campaigns? They seem to barely mention their products, but everyone’s talking about them! It is because communities empower brands! Branded communities It is a mesmerizing concept, really. They employ brand communities; they replace the old fashioned one-way flow of information in marketing […]