Customer Relationship Management Miami FL

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Business Services & Solutions
(305) 644-2977
2150 NW 7th St
Miami, FL
Pichardo and Associates
(305) 887-6969
436 Palm Ave
Hialeah, FL
E Solutions Consulting Inc
(305) 226-4522
1421 SW 107th Ave
Miami, FL
Exam One
(305) 828-0068
1070 W 53rd St
Hialeah, FL
DS Business Services
(305) 362-3312
900 W 49th St
Hialeah, FL
Consulting & Credit Solutions Inc
(305) 994-3276
8525 NW 53rd Ter
Miami, FL
Business Service and Solutions
(305) 638-0580
4825 NW 27th Ave
Miami, FL
Business Service & Sol
(305) 884-3903
2010 Palm Ave
Hialeah, FL
Ya Consulting and SE
(305) 825-3872
1840 W 49th St
Hialeah, FL
Solerna Consultant Group Corp
(305) 558-0448
344 W 65th St
Hialeah, FL

Techniques to Retain Customers:

The lifetime value of the consumer concept is based on the fact that it is much more cost effective to keep a good consumer than to attract a new one. For large ticket items (automobiles) or items that require frequent purchase over time (breakfast cereals), the lifetime value of a consumer can be very high. So, encourage young customers to buy your products and services. This will help your business to remain healthy over time and to create a longer lifetime value of the customer.

Techniques for keeping good consumers include the following:

•    database marketing,
•    special services,
•    product customization,
•    personal touches,
•    legendary service,
•    communication that reinforces previously made purchases (especially to overcome post purchase anxiety and doubts for large ticket items),
•    programs that reward loyalty and heavy brand consumption, and
•    avoiding programs that encourage brand switching.

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