Three tips on maintaining customer loyalty in a recession

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Maintaining customer loyalty during recessions is extremely vital since your business will be suffering anyway. Make sure to take extra steps to keep your loyal customers. Do not neglect the loyal ones while you try to draw in new customers. You will need to find a balance between marketing to potential clients and keeping your loyal customers satisfied.

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Three tips on maintaining customer loyalty in a recession

  1. 1. An economical recession can be a very difficult time for a small business. Obviously, consumers are spending less, so finding and keeping loyal customers becomes all the more
  2. 2. The key is to understand what the customer wants, or look at your business through the customers eyes.
  3. 3. 1. Reward loyalty.One thing that will keep customers coming back to the same business is when they feel that their business is appreciated.Examples of loyalty gifts or rewards could include percentages off their next purchase or a small free gift
  4. 4. 2. Offer an exceptional experience.One of the reasons that a customer will become loyal to a business is if they are offered an experience they will not find anywhere else.
  5. 5. 3. Offer regular sales and specials.If customers feel confident that they will be able to purchase products or services at a discount price, they will continue shopping with your business.
  6. 6. Maintaining customer loyalty during recessions is extremely vital since your business will be suffering anyway. Make sure to take extra steps to keep your loyal customers.
  7. 7. Do not neglect the loyal ones while you try to draw in new customers. You will need to find a balance between marketing to potential clients and keeping your loyal customers satisfied.

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