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The marketing executive sent round a ﬁrm of cleaners who lifted, cleaned and reﬁtted the carpet. This cost around twice as much as the proﬁt on the laser printer and she was in trouble with her sales manager. Not for long, however, because the customer was so impressed that he telephoned the television station that ran a feature on the computer retailer with the message ‘If it’s customer service you are looking for, this is the company to buy from’. Since then business has never been so good! Example Newsletters These have their place, but they are often misused.
The proﬁt comes from developing a relationship that leads to repeat or regular purchases, which are achieved at a lower marketing cost than the initial transaction. Customer retention is not the only beneﬁt of developing customer relationships. Many customers would be prepared to buy more than one type of product from a supplier they trust and cross-selling is cheaper and, therefore, more proﬁtable than conquest selling. The enlightened company prefers to measure success by customer retention. Gaining a new customer is a considerable achievement, but it is only half the story.
Needless to say, I found another supplier. Software suppliers usually offer helplines, but I ﬁnd two main problems with these. First, they tend to take a long time to answer, although whether this is due to stafﬁng levels or the fact that most queries take a long time to answer I am not sure. Second, they are often staffed by ‘nerds’. Whilst I appreciate that it takes a ‘techie’ to answer a technical question, these people do not seem to grasp that if I telephone with a question it is because I do not understand the intricacies of computer speak.