Posts Tagged ‘Art of Keeping Good Customers’

Treating Customers Differently

February 4th, 2016
Steven Howard

Customer Retention Marketing: The Art of Keeping Good Customers™ I have written often about the growing need to treat customers as individuals — with individual needs, wants, desires, likes, and dislikes. There are four steps to go about this, and are detailed in the book The One to One Fieldbook by Don Peppers, Martha Rogers, and Bob Dorf. They identify four key implementation tasks that can be used as a guide for initiating …

Keeping Customers Loyal

September 15th, 2015
Steven Howard

The Art of Keeping Good Customers™ Keeping customers loyal is an art form, not a science. As is true of all good marketing practices. Marketing is, after all, an art, not a scientific discipline. The most important ways to keep customers loyal are five simple….simple to understand I should say….but not always simple to execute….actions: Always deliver upon the promises that anyone in the organization makes. Walk your talk. Have everyone in the …

7 Laws of True CRM

September 3rd, 2015
Steven Howard

Making CRM Mean Customer Retention Marketing I have long struggled with the concept of Customer Relationship Management (CRM), mostly for the simple reason that I fully understand that customers do not want their relationships with an organization managed. This is why the whole notion and philosophy of CRM as customer relationship management is wrong. One of my key messages has long been that marketers and senior management need to think of CRM as …

Customer Retention: The Art of Keeping Good Customers

August 23rd, 2015
Steven Howard

CRM Should Mean Customer Retention Marketing The world in which marketing takes place has changed, and continues to change at a rapid pace. Customers, customer needs, and the individual motivations for making purchasing decisions are also changing. The natural loyalty of customers is a thing of the past, not just because customers have become more fickle but also because the large majority of organizations do not exhibit any tendencies that deserve customer loyalty. …

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