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Share Core Values

Share Core Values

As a business, you should overtly display and discuss values and promote partners. Many consumers purchase from companies and businesses that share their own values.

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Give customers a chance to be heard by requesting feedback after key interactions. When prompted through e-mail, customers are more likely to leave a review after a positive experience.

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Take Accountability

Mistakes with a product or service should be apologized for along with ways to improve. Consumers are often influenced by what top leaders at a company communicate.

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Publicize wins from your entry to mid-level employees, both internally and externally. When you treat employees well it usually influences public opinion more than any other action.

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Publish genuine and heart-felt reviews on your website and social media. Censoring the bad reviews will only make matters worse.

79% of consumers rely their decision on user-generated content before making any purchasing decisions.

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Be Transparent

Never oversell what you can offer or do to your customers. It's important to be candid about your abilities and limitations.

Around 81% of consumers stated that they trust the brand to do what is right.

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Loyalty programs

There are 8 million online stores in the world. This means that there are more choices to choose from.

If you sift through the stores according to your unique criteria, including price, location and service, you may still end up with several stores you can choose from. If one of these stores have a loyalty program, they may sway you to order from them to gain additional benefits.

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ADAM SAVAGE

“A jack of all trades is a master of none, but oftentimes better than a master of one.”

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Old truth: Marketing begins with knowing your customer.

New truth: Marketing begins with knowing your customer segment.

That means truly understanding the situation on the ground, country by country, state by state, zip code by zip code. For some businesses, such as banks, restaurants, or retailers, it may even mean tailoring communications store by store.

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