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Customer Journey Mapping as a Part of Marketing Strategies 

The pandemic has generated more consumers towards online businesses. The majority of customers today seek products and services online. Leading most businesses towards an online approach, and at the same time creating more competition for the existing ones.  

Moreover, there are various processes a customer goes through while interacting with a business online whether it is a social media platform, blog, newsletter, or online retailer.   

However, businesses entailing the needs of customers online require methods and mechanisms to provide their customers with a smooth customer experience and generating customer satisfaction.  

Customer Journey Mapping (CJM) is one such mechanism for businesses to survive an online market. CJM is a visual as well as a graphical representation of various processes laid down by businesses for their customers. CJM connects the dots between what a customer wants, and what a customer receives to achieve overall customer satisfaction.  

Businesses need to involve Customer Journey Mapping into their marketing strategy as it caters to the needs for marketers to recognize as well as understand their consumers.   


Marketing Strategy Involving Customer Journey Mapping 

The correct marketing strategy to involve Customer Journey Mapping is by congregating all the relevant information regarding the consumers and assimilating the gathered information productively. This involves various strategies like:  

Building a Customer Personality 

Creating a customer profile includes the collection of all the fundamental data related to the user, involving the basic information like name, age, sex, civil status, geographical location, and job title. It is crucial to identify the resources consumers use to gain an insight into the business as it could vary through various media channels like social media to targeted advertisements like email marketing. All the fundamental information helps the marketers to identify the customer.   

For instance, the needs for an unmarried female user in her early 20s differ a lot from the needs of a married woman of age 45. Both of these customers would have different choices for products and services, and these users would use different resources to find out about the business, as the young girl is more likely to get business awareness from social media platforms like Instagram. Moreover, geographic location also changes the demand of the users as prickly heat powder is not useful in places that remain cold throughout the year.  

Understanding Customer Behavior  

Marketers need to identify how consumers behave to the products and services offered and react to various trends set by many businesses. It involves recognizing the purchasing habits of independent consumers or the usage of services. These are mainly the qualitative data instruments.  

Understanding the customer behavior is an essential part of laying down a Customer Journey Mapping as users behave differently in each of the processes involved while interacting with the interface.  

Figuring Out the Touchpoints 

Customer Journey Mapping inculcates for finding the various touchpoints and interactions carried out by the customers. A touchpoint is a particular spot where customers interact and form a relationship with the business. 

Mapping out the touchpoints through Customer Journey Mapping helps businesses to assist the customers and generate satisfaction among the customers. Touchpoints plow brand loyalty and succor the users within the interface, Thus, generating more sales.  

However, it is crucial for marketers to rigorously analyze all the touchpoints as it helps in swaying the customer towards the brand.  

Fragmenting the Audience 

Segmenting the audience is important for achieving precision while targeting and creating effective advertisements and brand awareness strategies. It is achieved by using both quantitative fundamental information and qualitative customer behavior.  

Choosing the Correct Platform for Customer Interactions  

Customers are using varied platforms today, including websites, social media, blog posts, etc. However, marketers must choose the right platform to target a particular customer effectively and at the same time generating a relevant message as per the customer’s profile.