Part 3 - From brand awareness to brand engagement: the necessary steps

Updated: Aug 24

By Philippe Guinaudeau, CEO



From brand awareness to brand engagement: the necessary steps - Part 2


How to create customer engagement?


You can't start designing or implementing a brand or a customer engagement strategy until you understand who your customers are and how they interact with your brand. Engagement strategies are defined as ways to strengthen customer relationships through learning about their journeys and how they interact with the brand in a number of ways, whether online or offline. A customer or brand engagement plan is a blueprint for creating an optimal customer experience that positively connects customers with your brand from the first interaction all the way through their customer lifecycle.


To promote engagement, you must first understand your clients' needs, then establish a real relationship with them. To increase interaction, create a strong brand identity and engage with customers across several platforms, making your brand more visible.

Companies who use brand films to tell funny or moving stories will be able to achieve a lot more in terms of customer engagement. Customers that have a high level of involvement are more inclined to boost brand awareness by talking about it in their daily lives.


Customers will become involved, as well as feel a sense of belonging to your brand, if your content fits this paradigm, and they will become enthusiastic brand champions.

Businesses observe greater sales, strong engagement with product introductions, and, finally, strong brand loyalty when customers are profoundly involved. Improving client engagement can boost brand loyalty by encouraging first-time buyers and consumers to become repeat customers and ensuring that all contacts and touch points are handled efficiently. Customer retention and (brand) engagement have a direct impact on your company's bottom line, enhancing profitability by allowing you to expand without relying too much on customer acquisition costs.


Successful engagement also requires the development of a brand personality that people enjoy learning about and will want to interact with. Social media is a fantastic method to communicate directly with your customers (including tweens and teens), and it offers several opportunity to demonstrate your brand's individuality. Brands can utilize it to boost customer interaction by sharing stores where their products or services are being used. Engagement connects your organization with the market, establishes trust and credibility with prospects, and raises awareness of your products and services, all of which can lead to increased sales over time.



Content based on the foundation of human education can assist a company in attracting visitors, converting them to customers, and retaining existing customers. You can get your customers to genuinely adore your brand and products by aligning all of your company's business units, segmenting your customers by lifecycle stage, revenue potential, and current engagements, and engaging with the correct kind of material in the proper channels. By tailoring each marketing channel to your clients' preferences, you can keep them engaged by reaching out to them through the channels they prefer and offering them with information they enjoy. You may boost your brand's engagement by tailoring messaging and channel marketing methods based on each unique customer.


Creating relevant experiences for your consumers at each stage of the shopping cycle, responding to their signals with personalized, real-time information that is suited to their wants and aspirations, is the key to creating a genuinely compelling experience for them. Meeting the demands of your users (customers) through a frictionless, seamless experience is the essence of a successful customer experience. Customer engagement is only feasible when brands provide their staff with the required tools and training, allowing them to provide a positive customer experience, which in turn drives customer engagement.



Customers that are emotionally engaged are more likely to stick around, recommend, and purchase more, as per the rules of thumb. You should aggressively promote a culture of customer enablement and apply techniques that build emotionally attractive relationships.

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