Industry Pro Interview – Increase the Buying Frequency From Your Customers

Written by Karon Thackston

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KARON: True!

KEVIN: It is shiftingrepparttar focus from making a huge profit fromrepparttar 101050 acquisition of a new customer to making your real profit fromrepparttar 101051 repeat business that comes from that customer.

KARON: So, give me some idea of what businesses this would work for.

KEVIN: Almost anything. Record/CD clubs. Easy and attractive to buy from themrepparttar 101052 first time because they give you 6 CD’s for 99 cents, etc. They do it because it works and people come back and purchase month after month.

Contractors can make it a matter of practice thatrepparttar 101053 first job done for any new customer is done at a reduced price (practically breakeven). They make certainrepparttar 101054 customer knows they are not making any money but that they do it to prove their ability and their performance.

KARON: And what about those who are just looking for a “deal”. How often does this backfire… you get a lot of one-time bargain hunters who never come back?

KEVIN: 80% of first time customers come back and continuously repeat.

KARON: OK, so I’ve made a decision to market this way. What do I need to do get those back end sales?

KEVIN: The concept is quite simple. You have existing customers that trust you implicitly. It is very easy to introduce them to additional products or services that give benefits to their business.

It’s important for you to recognize that, just because you have customers that are not buying from you right now, these people are still prime prospects.

How aboutrepparttar 101055 record and CD clubs? Once you’re comfortable and are buying on a regular basis, they will introduce you to their video club or their book club.

Why? Because they know that many of their satisfied customers will gladly cross over and also start buying books or videos.

KARON: Where do we start?

KEVIN: Ask yourself this question, “What other products or services could I be offering my existing customers that would be a logical extension torepparttar 101056 benefits they gained fromrepparttar 101057 initial purchase?” To start, pick out a logical product or service, offer it to a small number of your customers and step back and see what happens.

A large number of your customers will purchase. That process alone is enough to dramatically increase your business.

KARON: Sounds very easy… and it makes great sense! Thanks, Kevin! I truly appreciaterepparttar 101058 information.

KEVIN: It’s been my pleasure, Karon. Ask me anytime!

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