The best way to drive more sales growth is to make sure your existing customers as happy as they can be. Read on to find out how.
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Every small business owner usually has one goal, and that is business expansion. Business expansion means that you have managed to maintain your incomes to the point where further investments are possible. It also implies that you have a solid basis of regular customers, and that you intend to either improve the quality, the range and the cost of your services, or to simply increase the number of your customers.
There is more to social proof than getting as many positive reviews about our product or service as possible. We explore how negativity should be embraced.
Localization is simply the process by which you go about adapting your content or product to a given locale. Translation is the best-known part of this process
Here are a few small things in your strategy that can make a big difference in your conversion rate
Focusing instead on the individual, often-overlooked components of what makes a small business successful can bring long-term benefits.
Businesses who value their customers cultivate a good reputation which can be an advantage over their competitors. A good customer service reputation establishes your brand and attracts and retains customers.
This article will be sharing some “little known” ways to take your business to the next level. You’ve probably heard most of the things on this list but you’re probably ignoring them because you think they won’t make any real impact. Or would they?
From a traditional high street butchers shop to online shopping, nationwide deliveries, books, videos and media attention, James Whelan Butchers is leading the way. In this interview Pat Whelan explains how the business has been in the family for over 50 years with himself bringing it into the 21st Century being the first Irish butcher establishing a great online presence and expanding into new markets
Think about the last time you went shopping for clothes, electronics, shoes, or computers in your local town or shopping centre. How did you approach the store? Did you know what you wanted in advance, or thought about finding a helpful shop assistant? Lets have a look at how availing of proper training for your business is akin to a having a Personal Shopper.