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  • Writer's pictureDenis Sinelnikov

Omnichannel Marketing: Creating a Seamless Customer Experience Across Platforms

If you've ever seen a nice, flashy flyer for a restaurant, only to go in and see that it's dull and nothing like the pictures, then you understand the importance of creating a unified brand experience. With omnichannel marketing, we strive to prevent that dissonance by providing a seamless transition from platform to platform. So, let's look at what goes into creating a unified brand and how to best implement your omnichannel strategy. 

The Benefits of an Omnichannel Strategy

Before we look at implementing an omnichannel strategy, let's look at what it is and how it benefits your company. Omnichannel marketing looks at your presence across all channels where customers will interact with your brand, whether it's digital, print, video/radio, or in person, you must create a unified strategy that ensures consistent messaging and experience no matter how customers interact with your brand. This consistency results in, 

  • Increased customer engagement

  • Improved brand recognition and perception

  • Higher customer satisfaction

  • Improved sales and revenue

Elements of a Unified Brand Strategy

Creating a seamless customer experience means understanding the elements that help unify user experiences. These include, 

  • Consistent messaging across platforms: Use consistent brand voice and keep content consistent (though not identical) across platforms. 

  • Unified branding: Ensure that design aesthetics is consistent across all platforms and represents the company's goals and ideals. This includes logos, but also fonts, non-logo imagery, and color palettes.

  • Personalized communication: Use tools to tailor content to individual interests and behaviors in consistent ways across platforms. 

  • Consistent customer service: Provide consistent customer support across all platforms where customers can reach you. 

  • Integrate data analysis: Use a centralized platform that allows you to track and analyze data, including customer movement between platforms.

Tips to Implement Your Omnichannel Strategy

Now that you understand what an omnichannel strategy is and how it benefits you, let's look at tips for bringing it into your existing digital marketing campaigns. 

  • Define your target audience and know how they interact with brands on different channels.

  • Identify all the places where customers will interact with your brand, both where you can actively respond and where you can't (you can respond to a social media comment, but not to a customer reacting to your billboard).

  • Develop a content strategy that will allow you to integrate all the different platforms and determine what information you will present in each. 

  • Invest in the tools that will help you manage your omnichannel strategy including customer relationship management tools and marketing automation platforms. 

  • Measure and analyze results and make changes as needed to keep your message consistent. 

Implementing an omnichannel strategy well is complex, but the consistent messaging and increased customer engagement is rewarding. Are you interested in learning how you can begin to bring your message together across platforms? Contact me today.


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