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Regaining Customers by Going Above and Beyond
  • 20 July 2020
  • Taylor Miller

Regaining Customers by Going Above and Beyond

In this new age of business, not only do business owners need to go the extra mile to evaluate their operating status, but they also need to go above and beyond for their customers. Consumers want to feel valued, and they want to hear about products and services that offer some sort of value – convenience, fun, organization, etc. – during this pandemic climate.

Reaching and Staying Connected with Your Customers
  • 26 May 2020
  • Taylor Miller

Reaching and Staying Connected with Your Customers

One of the many things all small businesses try to do is make sure that their customers are happy and are connected with their business. We have outlined four key areas that you can use to keep customers informed on all aspects of your business and sustain constant contact:

Social Templates to Keep Your Customers Informed
  • 29 April 2020
  • Lindsay Weightman

Social Templates to Keep Your Customers Informed

As a business owner, we know things feel like they are changing by the day and it can be tough to plan, adapt and stay responsive. To reduce some of the leg work and help you communicate with your audience on social, we designed some visual templates that can help keep your loyal customers up to date.

Great ways to build customer trust
  • 03 February 2020
  • Jelani Markus

Great ways to build customer trust

Nowadays, consumers are looking for more from businesses than just the goods and services they provide. There is a growing desire among savvy customers to know more about where they spend their money and who they are spending it on. For a better chance at success, distinguish your business as trustworthy.

CUSTOMER REVIEWS: Why they’re important and how to leverage them
  • 09 September 2019
  • Alex Penfield

CUSTOMER REVIEWS: Why they’re important and how to leverage them

According to Forbes, 90% of customers decide what to buy based on online reviews, and 94% will use a business with at least four stars. This major reliance on digitally sourced reviews means small businesses must win online—from building a strong collection of praise to handling less glowing recommendations. Below are a few tips for leveraging positive reviews, as well as managing negative comments.