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There are numerous ways that Zuni can assist you to gain more customers from digital.  These are some of the strategies we employ to boost your customer numbers:

 

     

Ensure your online campaigns are performing for you 

Understand which channels are delivering you the best customers and optimise this engagement 

Get the most out of your content and ensure it’s driving results 

Ensure your website is converting visitors into customers and delivering sales 

Turn social engagement into sales by optimising your use of social channels 

Right place, right time, right message. Understand your customer’s journey.

Turn your customers into advocates and get them spreading the word 

Find your most profitable and loyal customers by better understanding your data

Case Study

NRMA Motoring and Services: Digital strategy to engage with members

NRMA is a mutual organisation with 2.4 million Members in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory. It was established in 1920.

It provides a wide range of services to its members, including legendary roadside assistance , motoring advice, vehicle inspections, car servicing, holidays, car rental, travel insurance, international drivers licences and cruises, plus many other benefits. 

The extensive fleet of roadside assistance vehicles continue to help motorists get back on the move, – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Young and Well CRC: Youth centred digital campaign strategy and delivery

Zuni are a key partner in an ambitious five year research study, Safe and Well Online (SWO) which brings together leading Australian academics from major universities including the University of South Australia, University of Western Sydney and Queensland University of Technology. SWO falls under the umbrella of the Young and Well CRC, which is a government- funded organisation aiming to explore the role of technology in the lives of young people, and how technology can be used to improve the mental health and wellbeing of young people aged 12 to 25. By delivering four online campaigns promoting respect among young people, the research study will uncover whether social marketing messages can affect real behaviour change amongst young people.

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