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Customer Loyalty Is Your Best Ally

 


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This is often the mistake made by business owners and marketers - they forget that there's new opportunities to be had with old friends, in this case, old clients. With so much going on with trying to generate new leads with our ads such as full color postcards, we often fail to remember that we can always get new business deals with former customers. So much so, that repeat business with them is a goldmine actually waiting to be tapped.

So before you spend so many dollars again for your marketing campaign to drum up new leads for your business, why not take a look at your loyal customers and try to reconnect with them to build a fresh new start in your relationship. You might just be missing a lot of opportunities for business deals by forgetting to include your old and loyal customers in your marketing efforts.

This is a fact: former, loyal clients are a great source of repeat business. Repeat business means an increase in your future sales. This assumption is valid even if that customer and client only made purchases every two years.

There's definitely new business to be had from old clients. Remembering to follow through with your clients who actually purchased from you can go a long way in providing them the reason to buy from you again.

Once a customer is satisfied, it doesn't take too much effort to convince them to buy from you again. You just have to make sure that they know that you appreciate the business that they've brought to your company.

Second fact: satisfied customers can always be a source of your referral program. They talk a lot. And the good thing about that is that they talk about how good you are and what a great experience they had under your care.

Third fact: word-of-mouth advertising is most often the best means to promote your business. There's no denying the power of a testimony. And when a customer becomes satisfied, there's no doubt that their family, relatives, lovedones, friends, colleagues, and even their café waitress will know about it.

So even if you think you have the most attractive and appealing full color postcards, done by the most expensive postcard printing company in this planet, you might want to try going after your former customers who you once served a few years back. Once you've had them as paying customers, it doesn't mean that your job is done. In fact, customer loyalty can be your best ally in getting you that increase in sales you need to boost your business.

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