5 Guaranteed Ways to Make Your Marketing Memorable

Whether you serve your customers online, offline, or both, you face the ongoing challenge of reaching your customers and resonating with them meaningfully. The most successful brands create marketing and advertising that moves their ideal customer to take action and then deliver a customer experience that increases customer retention and word-of-mouth marketing.

Today, we’re going to guide you through 5 ways you can implement some of the strategies these successful brands are using so you can increase sales, customer retention, and positive word-of-mouth marketing.


5 Ways to Make Your Marketing Memorable

1.    Craft an Immersive Brand Experience

Branding isn’t merely visual; it’s not just your logo, colors, and typography. A brand is a complex and holistic entity that offers an emotional promise and a unique experience. It’s this emotional connection and experience that differentiates brands from one another.

To create an immersive brand experience, you need to weave a consistent narrative of your values, brand personality, and experiences. This takes being consistent across customer touchpoints, from your ads to your website to post-purchase communication.

To ensure your brand is offering an immersive experience, start with a brand audit and review if your visual branding, messaging, and values are consistent across all platforms and communications. Prioritize a user-friendly interface for your website and captivate customers with compelling visuals and intriguing content that align with your brand identity.

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2.    Enhance the Customer Experience

A memorable customer experience is one that understands and anticipates customer needs and then exceeds them. The goal here is to make the customer’s journey as pleasant and satisfying as possible.

Map out your customer journey and identify your customer’s pain points and potential sticking points. Don’t be afraid to ask for present and future customer feedback if you aren’t sure if you’re delivering the experience your ideal customer wants and needs. Once you know what they want, implement it, and showcase it in your marketing. Customers past, present, and future will remember that you’re a company that listens and wants to give them the best possible experience.


3.    Harness the Power of Storytelling

An effective story can humanize your brand and form deep emotional connections with customers. Whether it’s your brand’s origin story or how your product changes lives, authentic storytelling can lead to strong brand loyalty.

If you’re not sure how to use storytelling in your business, first identify the key stories (often “events” for your business or what led to your business being created) that encapsulate your brand ethos. Tell these stories in your content marketing with an authentic and on-brand voice that resonates with your audience.


4.    Utilize Customer Feedback

Customer feedback is a valuable tool that can feed continuous improvement and growth for your business, if you are not afraid of it and take the extra steps to gather it. It offers you insights into what’s working and what needs refining both in your customer experience and in your marketing.

For example, an ideal customer may bring up a point they found communication with your company lacking, which will allow you to implement changes to ensure other customers don’t feel this way. Equally, if you get feedback that isn’t a good fit for your company, you can look at your marketing and consider if there was something that attracted this “wrong” customer that you can tweak so you can attract more of the customers you want.

Encourage customer feedback through reviews, social media comments, and customer surveys. Put their feedback into practice so you can continually improve, and don’t forget to use those positive testimonials in your marketing.


5.    Engage Customers with Interactive Content

When possible and suitable, try engaging customers with interactive content. For example, a quiz that leads them to the best product for them or a calculator that helps them make progress toward their goals will provide you and your customers with valuable insights and make you a go-to authority in your industry.

You don’t need to complicate this, and there are plenty of low-cost tools that can make implementing this strategy possible for almost any business. For example, if you offer 3 different price plans, provide a quiz to help people decide which one is best for them. If you are a home builder, provide an interactive floorplan or homesite map to allow viewers to customize and picture themself living in the homes you’re offering.


Creating memorable marketing involves a strategic blend of immersive brand experiences, customer-centric enhancements, and authentic storytelling. By employing these strategies, you’re not just making a sale; you’re creating experiences and connections that customers will remember and want to share. Your brand can truly become unforgettable and stand out in a crowded market.

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Written By

Sarah Haynes

Shared Drive | CMO