Posts Tagged ‘customer retention’

Jul 31

August Card of the Month: Say Thank You to your clients

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Purchase customized greeting cards and thank your clients in a special way.

In CrowdThis card is on sale during the month of August. You can purchase in batches as small as 25 cards, and you can have your business information printed inside. A fun way to show customers they are appreciated!

25 cards customized for your business for less than $2 each.

This is one of the most efficient ways to market your business – and customers who feel recognized and appreciated will bring you more business.

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Mar 18

Using Business Greeting Cards for Your Customer Retention Strategies

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A crucial part of any business is gaining clients and retaining them.

Why is customer retention important? Because approximately 20% of your current customers will contribute 80% of your future revenue. MORE

Nov 16

Snail-mail Greeting Cards are a very effective way to Retain Clients

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Marketing and advertising are essential to getting clients. After acquiring clients, you work hard to provide quality products and give excellent service.

But after everything is said and done, what do you do to keep them coming back? There is a highly effective way to maintain loyalty and retain clients: send them an actual envelope-sealed greeting card.
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Oct 22

Business Greeting Cards for the Holidays: Have You Ordered Yours Yet?

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As soon as summer fades, businesses everywhere start planning for sales promotions that they hope will attract more customers to their websites and increase sales during the holidays. As a business owner with long term goals, it is the perfect opportunity to deepen customer relationships.

One of the best ways to strengthen the relationship with your customers is to send business greeting cards for the holidays. Leaving out the sales pitch is highly recommended – and that is the perfect opportunity to choose a fun or quirky card that truly represents your business personality. Sending your cards out before the rush of December is also more likely to be appreciated.
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May 8

“FINE” is a Dangerous Word in Customer Service

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Have you ever had good food at a restaurant but the customer service was terrible? Then, as you are walking out the door, the manager asks, “Did you enjoy your meal?”

Are you truthful or do you just want to leave and not look back? Most often we say nothing for several reasons.

  1.  We don’t want to complain
  2.  No one is going to listen
  3.  We feel nothing will change anyway

After all, you won’t be going back so what does it matter? It does matter. Actually, you are doing the restaurant a severe injustice by not talking about your negative experience to the manager.

Do not be satisfied when you hear the word, “fine” because 65-85% of satisfied customers actually switch to the competition. It means the quality of service you are providing is either average or below average and your customers are on the fence. In other words, they are not loyal and will go elsewhere in a heartbeat. Satisfied customers are neutral and ready to bail. That is as clear as we can be.

Superior Customer Service should always be your goal!

Here’s what could happen to that restaurant:

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May 4

Is Cell Phone Abuse Creeping into Your Workplace?

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Cell Phone Abuse at WorkCell phones and smart phones are here to stay and we love them!

The convenience of making or receiving a call at any time, any place (well, almost), far outweighs the negatives about cell phones and smart phones.

So how can a cell phone possibly be troublesome in the workplace? What exactly is the growing concern?

Perhaps this inexcusable scenario may sound familiar to you: MORE