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10 Ways to Keep Making Your Clients Happier and Happier

Research and common sense agree. The least expensive and most effective marketing is retaining the clients you already have.

10 Ways for Software Companies to Keep Customers Around

Take these proactive measures to reduce your churn rate.

Ron Yekutiel

The 4 Most Common Mistakes Early Entrepreneurs Make

Here are a few errors newbie entrepreneurs make -- and how to avoid them.

AJ Agrawal

5 Ways To Make Your Startup Addictive

Here is how to get your clients clamoring for more of your product or service.

Aim Directly at Your Target Market to Land New Clients

Try these six ways to keep tabs on current customers and score additional ones.

Karen Mishra

Sincerity and Transparency Are the Keys to Genuine Customer Loyalty

Many so-called customer loyalty programs fail because they seem a rigged game to the purchaser. There are plenty of ways to do it right.

Toby Bottorf

The One Trick Brands Use to Engage With Business Travelers

When asked, frequent travelers can quickly name their top three favorite brands in the travel industry. But what makes these brands special?

Rob Connors

Good Work Plus These 3 Steps Converts New Customers Into Recurring Customers

A happy customer who comes back for more is, literally, money in the bank. Make their experience hassle free from beginning to end.

Sam Madden

How the Epidemic of Bad Behavior Affects Your Business

Learn about actions your company can take to return to civility in the workplace and minimize rudeness with customers.

Reciprocal Loyalty -- the Best Way to Acquire and Retain Customers

Some companies cultivate and win consumers' support by thanking and rewarding them for their online engagement.

Keith Smith

Entrepreneurs Can't Afford to Have Funnel Vision

While the old way may have been 'buy or goodbye,' things have changed in that all customers, old and new, deserve your full attention.

7 Common Customer Onboarding Mistakes to Avoid at All Costs

If your new customers slowly but surely drop your product, you may be failing to train them how to effectively use your product.

Eric Siu