Tag: customer retention

Deep CX Thoughts Episode Five: The Customer Loyalty Process [Video]

Deep CX Thoughts Episode Five: The Customer Loyalty Process [Video]

This week, we are sharing a #DeepCXThought about the importance in each step of an interaction to building longstanding customer loyalty. #CX #CustServ  

The Link Between Emotional Engagement and Customer Loyalty

Filed in Blog, Guest Blog, Repeat Business, Retail by on September 4, 2017 2 Comments
The Link Between Emotional Engagement and Customer Loyalty

Today we are excited to feature a guest blog post from Emma Miller. The quality of your product is essential for acquiring customers and keeping them, right? By all means! Another crucial detail is packaging because some say that it’s equally important as the product itself. Still, something else is the key to winning your …Continue Reading

13 Tips to Turn First Time Shoppers Into Repeat Customers – Free eBook

13 Tips to Turn First Time Shoppers Into Repeat Customers – Free eBook

Our latest eBook “13 Tips to Turn First Time Shoppers Into Repeat Customers,” will give you all of the advice you need to find first time customers and turn them into loyal brand followers. From suggestions on how to train in-store staff, to information on how to properly follow up with customers after their initial …Continue Reading

When Planning Your Customer Retention Strategy: Think Small

When Planning Your Customer Retention Strategy: Think Small

Whether your business is B2B or B2C, the key to implementing a successful customer retention strategy is to Think Small, Think Personalized. The key is to understand that the strongest bond is between two people and people are what create a successful customer retention strategy. The other day I had a meeting with the president …Continue Reading

How Do You Keep Business-to-Business Clients? Just Ask Them

How Do You Keep Business-to-Business Clients? Just Ask Them

Any consumer can decide to no longer purchase from a particular store or business at their whim.  Customers stop going to a restaurant or an apparel store without hesitation or remorse. Even cable TV and wireless contracts are being eliminated because of increased competition. However, often businesses that purchase products or services from other businesses …Continue Reading