I have a program that creates such customer loyalty, that even clients that leave come back to me. I use relationship marketing. An other example of that happened last week. A client that left has come back. If you are in business, you should know that it takes less $$ to keep a customer than to get a new customer. I spend between $12 and $25 per year on a client. whether they are new or old. Even if they leave, I still spent about $6 per year on them.
When you consider that a client will spend between $600 and $1000 with me, what is that small expense to keep them. $6 per year to keep in contact with a former client has paid off twice this year for me. Even when a clients dog dies, they are placed on a list that that keeps my company name in front of their face. We all know that people who own dogs, will get another eventually if one dies. There are several ways you can keep in touch with your clients and and customers. You can purchase cards, address them, stuff them in envelopes, and put a stamp on them, then mail them. Or you could go to sendoutcard/76282 and let them do all the hard work.
There is now a new retail store so you don't have to make a long term commitment. If you join Send Out Cards as a retail customer, you will pay 98 cents plus postage for a regular card, and 1.47 for a card with your picture or logo on it. If you chose to be a wholesale customer, you will pay 31 cents for a regular card, or 93 cents for a custom card.
At the new retail store you can send a card for $2.99. The retail store is at http://socretail.com/76282
. With Send Out Cards you do not address the envelope, stuff the envelope, or place a stamp on it. They do all the work for you. Do your self a favor and see if this is not something you can use in your business.
The average person has a need to send 70 card a year. Most only send 10. Look at this program ans see how easy it is to keep in touch with your family and friends as well.