Essential Elements of Customer Loyalty

Essential Elements of Customer Loyalty

in Oct 28, 2020

When it comes to your customers, there are key elements for creating customer loyalty. One thing I find that many businesses fail to analyze — and perhaps one of the most essential ingredients  to earning and keeping customer loyalty – is quality. Customers may love you and love your staff; they may keep coming into your beautiful facility[…]

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Win Customer Loyalty Through Convenience

Win Customer Loyalty Through Convenience

in Oct 17, 2020

Increased customer loyalty is increasingly difficult to earn. Consumers simply aren’t as loyal to a specific store or brand as they were in the past and with so many digital options available to them it’s hard to be top of mind when it comes to their next purchase.   increase customer loyalty Years ago, perhaps you’d[…]

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Why Consumers Are Navigating Away from Traditional Customer Service

in Jul 31, 2019

In a very interesting dynamic shift, consumers are increasingly changing how they want to interact with businesses for customer support. Just five years ago, think about how irritating it was to navigate through phone trees, just to finally reach a support agent, explain the problem,then be transferred to another agent, repeat your story and hope they are the right person to resolve the problem. We[…]

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You Don’t Have to Be Company 2nd to be Customer 1st

in Jul 12, 2019

While today’s businesses understand the need to provide an excellent customer experience, many don’t truly understand what customer experience means. What’s more, some don’t even realize they already have most of the things needed to provide a truly great customer experience. According to an article published by Which-50, 61% of marketing leaders stated that their company has a CXO (Chief Experience Officer), or equivalent position. This alone illustrates the importance[…]

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Information is a Powerful Loyalty Tool — if Used Properly

in Jul 03, 2019

In today’s retail automotive climate, customers have more access to information than ever before. Quite often, a properly prepared and researched customer comes into the dealership armed with more knowledge than the salesperson. This can cause friction as the customer interprets the salesperson as deceptive when, in fact, they may truthfully just not have the information.    In the past, sellers had a distinct advantage[…]

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