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Smart businesses know that they can influence consumer behavior in a variety of ways. Why would a customer select your business over one of your competitors? What you can do to have your customers select you over your competitors is a key question.

Companies are willing to pay an arm and a leg if they believe there is a formula for influencing consumer behavior. Unfortunately, there isn’t one, but you can take a range of steps such as geofencing marketing, social media, mobile targeting, or Geo-conquesting to ensure that your consumers continue to recommend you and buy from you.

  1. Online and Offline Engagement with Your Audience

Everyone is hyper-connected in today’s digital environment, and they receive content across various platforms and devices. Businesses can start a dialogue and engage their audience on various platforms such as Reddit, Facebook, Instagram, etc. Customers, on the other hand, have become increasingly distrustful of firms and hesitant about investing money in a specific product or service. And because of this, customers today trust businesses that interact and engage with them in genuine conversations about their message and intentions.

  1. Recognize the Needs of Your Targeted Buyers

To influence their purchase decisions, businesses must first understand their consumers’ requirements and then figure out how to provide a marketing message that appeals to them. Customers will only be won over if firms create mobile-friendly content that meets their requirements and tastes. If they’re not sure what their customers want, they should ask them directly via social media platforms or email.

  1. GeoFencing Marketing

Geofencing is the process of establishing a boundary inside a particular area. When target audiences cross that boundary, they become the active target of a marketing plan. This could mean that the business sends them information, offers, or other forms of communication. In a geofencing marketing strategy, the marketing team develops adverts and content that are specifically targeted to buyers within the geofence.

  1. Identify Customer Expectations

Interview consumers to know what they expect and what’s influencing it from their viewpoint. This will assist you in training and preparing your sales team to adapt and address the changing consumer behaviors. But don’t stop there; maintain a constant conversation with your customers to keep your finger on the pulse of their needs.

  1. Evaluate Processes and Metrics

Determine which improvements to processes and metrics are required to properly monitor and respond to changes in consumer behavior. According to a recent report, sales agents spend around 40% less face time in front of clients now than they did three years ago. If your company’s processes are the same as they were three years ago, you might wonder if what you’re doing is enough or if you’re adequately engaging your customers.


Kossi Adzo is the editor and author of He is software engineer. Innovation, Businesses and companies are his passion. He filled several patents in IT & Communication technologies. He manages the technical operations at

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  1. Lora

    01/25/2022 at 4:53 AM

    Good luck. Good post.Thanks.

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