News and Articles About Customer Loyalty
If you want to create life-long clients, you need to impress people right from the start.
In the age of social media, both positive and negative reviews can spread like wildfire.
It's more powerful to be polarizing than it is to be neutral.
Launching a customer-loyalty program isn't enough. To make it worth your while, you need to ensure you are getting the most out of it.
Forging solid business ties seems simple on the surface, but this requires time, effort and tact.
Visitor abandonment remains to be one of the leading obstacles for online retailers. A great deal of time and money is spent to bring traffic to business websites. Here is how consumers to stay on your site.
Learn what companies can do if consumers do become unhappy.
A small business can earn consumers' loyalty by focusing on this essential quality in four key ways.
In this podcast, Lewis Howes chats with millionaire Timothy Sykes about how we can cultivate loyal customers and make a ton of money.
When it comes to brand loyalty, values are worth more than engagement.
Another glaring example of how companies miss the mark on marketing and customer loyalty campaigns.
A great product is the necessary start but listening to customers and responding is how companies flourish.
With competition fierce, companies need to develop brands that instill these two things in its strategy.
Customers are more likely to connect with your brand when they connect with the people behind the logo.
A close study of Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos reveals one of the world's most innovative companies is rooted in one of the oldest ideas. The customer comes first.
For the typical start up, the less splashy the launch the better the chances of quietly refining the product and finding the first customer.
Coupons are an excellent way to attract new customers, reward loyal customers and to track and measure your advertising ROI.
Entrepreneurs must constantly grapple with how to tackle their company's competition. Here are four effective tactics.
The agile CEO is humble enough to question assumptions and accept suggestions but firm on core principles.
There's no easier way to tell a customer or employee that you care then with a gift. And it doesn't even have to cost that much.
This simple act helps creates a jovial base of clients who will continue using a service and feeling good about it.
This vital metric can help determine how much your company will grow and can hurt or help your chances of receiving investment money.
All customers want to know the truth about the company, even if it hurts. Use Facebook and Twitter to good effect.
For a startup trying to get off the ground (or a business looking to grow), customer relationships are crucial as these people fuel the business. To stand out against competitors and develop lasting relationships, startups should consider hosting a customer conference.
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