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Businesses that generate 40% or more of their sales with repeat customers have almost 50% higher revenue than companies with low levels of repeat business. So how do you get your customers to come back? Here are six ways to drive up your repeat business percentage.

Encourage an Initial High-Dollar Purchase
According to market analytics company SumAll, there is a direct correlation between the dollar amount of a customer’s first purchase and the probability they will return to buy from you again. You see this principle in action with cosmetics companies, for example.


We know – another day, another marketing acronym. But once you’ve learned about SEM and become a wizard at SEO, you’ll need to do some great CRM in order to keep those new customers you’ve earned.

What is CRM? It stands for Customer Relationship Management, and it’s key to the success of your small business. The technical definition?

“Customer relationship management (CRM) is a model for managing a company’s interactions with current and future customers. It involves using technology to organize, automate, and synchronize sales, marketing, customer service, and technical support.” (Wikipedia)



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