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How to craft a compelling customer journey with Brett Campbell

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This is how you connect your business and brand to your customer

What most business owners think of when they think of marketing and sales is simply getting your brand, product, or service in front of someone and converting them to buy. However, if you want to really elevate your marketing and sales engine to the next level, listen to this.

You need to be dissecting your customer's journey to find out how to speak to your target market from the moment they learn about you all the way through every single touchpoint until they purchase. It's about understanding your brand as well as your target market's needs and wants to the nth degree, and then communicating that back to the consumer.

So, how do you do this? We've asked one of the Vision Partners here at The Entourage, and Founder of the award-winning digital growth agency Claxon, Brett Campbell, to come and share his knowledge on what you need to do to craft a compelling customer journey. Turning what is a 5-day workshop's worth of knowledge into one crazy packed episode of The Make It Happen Show, this is one that you should take notes on and do the homework for! Check it out now.

Topics covered in this episode:

  • 2:44 - What it takes to create a compelling customer journey
  • 4:22 - The top factors to consider before creating a customer journey process
  • 6:12 - Why you need to build a movement as a business, and how to do it
  • 11:45 - The importance of being a category king and how to achieve it
  • 15:14 - Misconceptions about branding and how you can amplify your brand
  • 19:33 - Prerequisites to take note of when building your customer journey
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"To me, a compelling customer journey is an intuitive, beyond expected experience that compels prospects to become customers and for customers to share you without being asked."

— Brett Campbell

What you will learn in this episode:

  • Why you should aim to have your customers refer you
  • The importance of SWOT analyses of your competitors
  • Two important questions you need to ask about your brand
  • Uncovering who your ideal client is
  • Two tasks every business owner should do to create a compelling customer journey
  • And more!

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