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There comes a time when the business is done between you and a customer and the only thing left is the time in between when you will work with them again. It can be a waiting game, trying to figure out if your business was good enough that they will come back. Well there are some ways that you can push them right back into your arms. And if none of these work then, you must have did it wrong.
Sometimes the best way we can keep our small business audience happy is to keep them engaged. Make them feel as though they make the brand more important with their presence. Attract the right fans An excellent way to attract the right fans is to place your brand in front of those already interested in you. Making a Facebook page is one of the simplest ways to start off.
1. Incentive Newsletter Sign Up I believe this is probably the most popular of the three. I can say that I, myself, have gotten caught up in the incentives just by providing an email address. Unfortunately, I receive a lot of newsletters that I wish I did not now. But I deal with them because I know it was my fault for signing up.
Everyone has an idea or product that they want to sell someone on. The biggest issue is trying to get them to like it as much as you have grown to. This doesn’t mean that you have to spend a lot of money making it look fancy; just show the enthusiasm and benefits to the idea or product and see how that goes. But you also need to execute a plan before anything.
I warn you before reading, these tools create tons of success if you are not ready for it I advise you leave now. But, if you love success and are ready to make a name for yourself and your product or company go ahead and read up. Invest your time into finding more about these incredible tools. Boomerang is a tool that allows you to never forget to follow up with a client.
Discounts! Discounts! Discounts! Biggest Reason! There has been a study done by Bluehornet Report on which was the most important reason for signing up to receive emails from companies seeking your business: To receive discounts in 2012 72%; in 2013 83.5% To get products/services updates in 2012 9.1%; in 2013 6.4% If they loved the brand in 2012 8.2%; in 2013 7.
There has been attracting/ drawing in customers to your product… Then conducting business with them… Of course following up and keeping them engaged… But how do you keep your existing customers happy and engaged? The main way to do this is keeping the contact. Find out what really makes your clients happy and try to provide the solution to their problems 99% of the time.