Savvy marketers know it’s rare to reel in customers at the first encounter with a brand. From my own experience, winning people over takes time, thoughtful touchpoints, and a whole lot of trust — which is what makes lifecycle marketing so crucial.

All businesses create their own unique lifecycle marketing strategy, but the purpose is the same: to engage customers, increase revenue, and grow a brand.

Different from the buyer’s journey or conversion funnel, lifecycle marketing considers a customer long after they make a purchase. The focus is to bring in buyers and turn them into loyal brand advocates.

But what does that look like for your company? In this guide, we’ll cover:

Let’s jump in.