7 Ways to Retain Your Amazing Customers Once and For All and Never Lose Them Again

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7 Ways to Retain Your Amazing Customers

You spend so much time getting a new customer to purchase your products or services, why not try to keep them once and or all?

It will save you a lot of time and money over time by keeping your amazing customers now.

Here are 7 ways to retain your amazing customers today!

1. Interact With Your Amazing Customers Often

You may not have to meet with your customer weekly but interact either by phone, email or social media. Get to know your customers preferred method of contact.

Reach out to offer advice, go over details or at the very least to check in.

7 Ways to Retain Your Amazing Customers

Next, learn how often they liked to be reached. Some people love weekly chats, others prefer monthly as they are very busy running their own businesses as well.

Following up with your customers is crucial to keeping them loyal to you over the years. Don’t let more than 30 days go by without any communication.

2. Help Your Customers Solve Their Problems

The best way to retain your amazing customers today is to help them solve their problems. It’s not about you or your problems! It is all about them and their problems. What can you do for them?

Therefore, learn what keeps them up at night. What is it that they cannot do alone or without you? Then go ahead and help them. Show them what you can do for them.

"The best way to retain your amazing customers today is to help them solve their problems." #customerservice Click To Tweet

3. Respect Customers Time

Most businesses owners today and regular people are really short on time. People seem to be so busy today than ever before, that they don’t have time to chit-chat for hours.

Take cues from their body language. Know when to leave! Or, know when to stay and chat.

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If you promise a product or service by a certain time, be sure to deliver that promise or overdeliver to them if you can.

4. Do What You Say – Not Say What You Do

Most people are leary of salespeople. But if you do what you say you will do, prospects will come to like and respect you. Never give an expectation that you cannot fulfill. That is the quickest way to lose an amazing customer!

If I tell someone I will be there at 2 pm, I most certainly will show up by 2 pm or call them if I’m stuck in traffic. It’s about being respectful of others time and space.

"But if you do what you say you will do, prospects will come to like and respect you." #customerservice Click To Tweet

5. Getting Personal is One of the 7 Ways to Retain Your Amazing Customers

Most people like to do business with other people. People that they get to know and feel comfortable with.

Get to know a little about your clients. Do they have children? What is their favorite leisure activities? Maybe you can offer them special tickets, etc in time.

Don’t try to over compensate in the beginning. They will feel like you are selling to them!

"Most people like to do business with other people. People that they get to know and feel comfortable with." #biztips Click To Tweet

6. Apologize if Necessary to Retain Customers

There is nothing wrong with saying you are sorry if you make a mistake. Many people will appreciate your honesty alone over an apology. If you can make it up to them with something better, by all means do it! Learn to let go of your ego to retail your customers.

Customers love when they get more in return for an error. Think about it from their standpoint and view. Put yourself in their shoes.

7. Don’t Burn Your Bridges When Down

If the relationship must end do not burn your bridges over a disagreement. You never know who they know or who may take over their business one day. Never say never!

What are you doing to retain your amazing customers once and for all? Let’s discuss in the comments below.

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Lisa
 

Lisa Sicard has been running Inspire To Thrive for over 8 years. She helps companies manage their social media as well as providing training and consultations. She has over 25 years in digital marketing experience.

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