Maybe* loves a bit of social eavesdropping. Not only does listening to a conversation give you a bucket load of insight about your customers, instant feedback and build engagement and deeper relationships; it's also handy for inspiring your content strategy. When you combine insight with the voices of your customers then it can inspire a truly empathy-led approach to your content marketing. Just ask the UK's leading home furnishing retailer, Dunelm.
How Dunelm curated a customer and insight-led content marketing campaign
How Dunelm curated customer insight
The home and interiors brand used social insight and customer feedback about life at home during lockdown and beyond to identify the little gripes we all have. From kids destroying a clean and tidy home, to perfecting your scatter cushion arrangements and wrestling with folding fitted sheets, the universal realities and home truths exposed, resulted in the Dunelm #homewegetit campaign.
See how Dunelm have brought #homewegeit to life and replicate the technique for yourself
By engaging with customers and listening to their conversations online, Dunelm ploughed their insight into creating a wonderful content marketing campaign.
A feature video was created and used on their website, social media, for influencer engagement, and then carved up into smaller pieces of social content to be used for the Insta grid, Twitter feed and more. So much relatable, shareable content all born from simply listening to their customers and empathising with them.