The internet is an increasingly competitive place, with lots of companies vying for customers' attention. You need to find a way to stand out from the crowd and make your brand memorable in the eyes of shoppers on search, on social, at retail, in-store, and online. Enter user-generated content (UGC).
Shopper content is your most important asset. Why? Because customers who interact with user-generated content are up to twice as likely to convert. The benefits of shopper content are substantial, and every small business (SMB) should be considering how to use it in their marketing strategy.
Join us for an in-depth discussion with Kendyll Green, Divisional Vice President SMB at Bazaarvoice, on how to collect and amplify shopper content—especially on social media—so you can achieve your growth goals and gain a competitive edge.
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Kendyll is passionate about helping small business unlock their full potential by leveraging user generated content to acquire new customers, increase conversion, and tell a consistent story about their brand throughout the customer journey. Kendyll has been at Bazaarvoice just shy of 9 years and has taken on a variety of roles across the organization shaping her into a UGC expert. When she isn’t talking consumer content, she’s chasing her two kids and taking full advantage of all the amazing restaurants in Austin with her husband.
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