Niche Marketers, Is Your Customer Engagement Strategy Up-to-Date?

The digital transformation is flooding the business world with such zeal that it is impossible for companies not to stand up and recognize it.

Mega companies and industries around the world are switching to digital records with integrated customer portals, creating not only beautiful, but practical websites, and implementing automation, live chat, social outreach, and more. Improving communication with the customer is fundamental, for many the mentality is “start or lag”.

Myth #1: Customer engagement works best in person. Many of the decision-makers are not online.

Fact: buying decisions in the digital age are a collaborative effort. Scholarship ranges are no longer limited by senior family members or council-level employees.

As the millennials earn more and baby boomers leave their employees, the cash flow of B2C companies is shifting to a comfortable generation with online shopping and communication. The B2B landscape is undergoing a similar change as more and more companies are turning to multigenerational committees at a time when inclusion, diversity, and social awareness must be taken into account in all decisions.

Myth # 2: I have a website and that is why I am online. Is it not enough?

Fact: Sites are fantastic platforms for disseminating information and a great resource to have in your arsenal, but that’s just it – a resource. To work properly, it must be used properly by the person (or company) who manages it.

Effective websites contain customers for customer engagement. Contact pages with the ability to send feedback online, user portals designed to keep the customer in control of their relationship with information, and content pages that satisfy consumers’ curiosity are useful ways of customer engagement that can be found on the website from the company.

Myth # 3: People respond better to ads than to content.

Fact: Today the content is being announced. It seems more discreet. It is also marketing, communication, and information. Consumers and customers, both B2C and B2B, know what traditional ads look like and don’t want to be sold. Many of them prefer to have fun. Seduce. Educated.

The content, in various formats, is useful for addressing a distracted customer base, as long as the information provided is useful and relevant. Good branded content doesn’t have to sound like an ad.


Now that you are aware of outdated perceptions of customer engagement that plague the niche mentality, it becomes easier to identify and eliminate them. But so what? How is the relationship with the customer success in the era of digital transformation?

  1. Make sure your content has good content

The first thing to do: find customers who want to communicate. And the best way to do that is to create content that your ideal customer wants to read. This applies not only to the writing of blog posts and articles that you share on social networks but also to your text on the Internet.

  1. Create a community

Engagement is a two-way street, so your critical niche markets contain methods that generate two-way interaction. Techniques such as social listening and feedback take a lot to empathetically listen to a skeptical and well-informed customer base.

By providing a place for constructive discussion, you effectively ensure that your company has a direct link to what your consumers want and need in your market.

  1. Measure, evaluate and regulate

No customer engagement strategy should be considered complete, especially in an ever-changing digital environment.

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The digital transformation has undoubtedly changed the way companies approach customer engagement. Global mega-corporations and conglomerates quickly understood the implications and adopted customer engagement strategies designed to take advantage of the ever-changing landscape. For niche markets to prosper at a time when customers are no longer limited by options or limited locations, they must do the same.