A true business job
The return is to attract the customer,
Just give them a reason to come back
And you will never run out of profits,
If you repeat what you repeat.
Research has found that it is 7 to 10 times cheaper to keep a customer than to get a new one. One of the most expensive costs of doing business is having a first-time purchase.
The only way to cover this cost is to get your customers to buy from you over and over again. This is where your biggest profits are hidden. The more frequent customers you are, the more long-term success you will be able to enjoy. If you find a business that stands the test of time, repeat.
A business that repeatedly ignores the principles of attracting customers puts itself under the pressure (and expense) of finding new customers all the time. Not only is this stressful and expensive, but it also reduces your chances of long-term success.
What can business owners do with a highly intelligent strategy to ensure success? Develop strategies to re-engage businesses “before they” invest in their project. Otherwise, refusing to take the first step is like a dice roll.
Here are some powerful tips to help you grow your business again:
1. Choose a product or service that will motivate the business again.
Choosing the right product or service will go a long way in determining how many repeat businesses you will get. One of the easiest ways to influence your business again is to choose a product or service with the people involved. For example, disposable or disposable products.
You can also offer a maintenance-type service, where you help keep the user’s belongings safe. In a tight economy, people will spend more to protect or maintain what they have than to buy something new.
People are more loyal to a product than a service. For example, you might go to the same mechanic, barber, beautician, doctor or dentist and so on. Maybe you use the same financial or poolman, right?
2. Provide obsessive extra mail service.
In today’s volatile business environment, everyone seems to be backing down. And the rest are just doing something. In fact, one of the biggest challenges for consumers is making sure they’re making money there.
Consumer protection agencies, such as the Better Business Bureau, have files that consumers have that are not worth their money.
So, one of the best ways to deal with this is to find ways to “overdeliver” it. If you want to stand out and impress the business again, this is the new routine today.
Doing more than your customers expect. That’s the decent thing to do, and it should end there. This is a surefire way to remind yourself to deal with more businesses.
3. Stay in touch with your customers.
This does not mean that they should be bombarded with sales offers every day. This means sending them free information that they have already purchased from you.
Cost savings tips, upcoming seminars or even consumer surveys are just a few examples. But don’t stop there, use your imagination. What would you like if you bought your product or service?
It all adds up to a climate that encourages customers to do business with you again. It cares about you – just wants to sell them something else.
As John Maxwell put it, “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.” Sharing “free” information that adds to your user’s past purchases is a great way to show your care.
People who refuse to follow this path often turn to “wool sales people” to survive. Not good looking
The key is to maintain an “ongoing program” that promotes and impresses customer loyalty.
With today’s savvy, informed and often suspicious users, it takes time, effort and extra mail. These are just some of the goal setting shareware that you can use.