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Finding New Customers and What to Do with Them

April 27, 2018

Running a business means seeking a constant state of balance. You must balance everything, including customer retention and finding new customers. It’s a gamble that makes the risk worth undertaking for the potential results. Finding new customers in your area may be a challenge, however, keen marketing techniques and quality services are the surest way to bring new folks through your doors. Then you just need to hang onto them!

Tips for Finding New Customers

By making a consistent effort to bring in new customers, you reduce the chance of failure and provide sustainable growth for your company. Here are a few tips to find new clients:

  • Know your market. You could pay for market research, but the point is to understand your target market. Jot down some notes, build a profile of your potential customers – think about what they want and how best to appeal to them.
  • Incentives. Consider offering unique incentives to bring in new clientele. Offer discounts on future purchases, or even bonuses for customers who introduce their friends and family to your company.
  • Basics. Yes, the basics do work. They are still around for a reason. Consider putting up flyers, distribute leaflets, try giving out business card magnets – anything can work when done well!

About Customer Retention

Business is about retaining your customer base while expanding the very same base with new clientele. When you bring in new customers, you want to keep them for the foreseeable future. The surest way is by offering affordable, high-quality services and products. Another tactic is to never stop selling. Many businesses make the initial sale without trouble, but then they quietly fold. They get complacent. You want to lock in the sale, secure repeat business, and acquire referrals. So, keep on selling innovation to your customers.

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