Brad Larkin
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5 Proven Customer Retention Strategies

You have a new business, and you want to market it. You want to attract as many visitors to your website as you can and have them become paying customers. Yet, that’s not the only goal you should focus on. Sure, getting new customers is important, but getting them to return for seconds is just as vital for your business. You want to pull as many new buyers in as you can while keeping the older ones. In other words, you must cultivate good customer retention.Sounds like a common sense approach…See More
Sep 20
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5 Proven Customer Retention Strategies

You have a new business, and you want to market it. You want to attract as many visitors to your website as you can and have them become paying customers. Yet, that’s not the only goal you should focus on. Sure, getting new customers is important, but getting them to return for seconds is just as vital for your business. You want to pull as many new buyers in as you can while keeping the older ones. In other words, you must cultivate good customer retention.Sounds like a common sense approach…See More
Sep 20
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PromotionalBargs.org.uk
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https://www.promotionalbags.org.uk
Short Bio
Brad Larkin is Brand Manager at https://www.promotionalbags.org.uk. He enjoys sharing business and marketing tips, both online and offline.

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5 Proven Customer Retention Strategies

Posted on September 20, 2018 at 1:39pm 0 Comments

You have a new business, and you want to market it. You want to attract as many visitors to your website as you can and have them become paying customers. Yet, that’s not the only goal you should focus on. Sure, getting new customers is important, but getting them to return for seconds is just as vital for your business. You want to pull as many new buyers in as you can while keeping the older ones. In other words, you must cultivate good customer retention.

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