How to Hold Onto Your Customers in a Crisis and for the Long-Term

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How to Hold Onto Your Customers in a Crisis and for the Long-Term

Subscription-based businesses seem to be the most resilient during this time of crisis. With predictable recurring revenue, they have greater flexibility to withstand the storm. But there’s more to it than just revenue. To hang onto customers during a crisis, you need to build a forever transaction with the people you serve. 

female-shopperAround the world, everyone is adjusting to their own personal “new normal.” They’re sheltering in place. They’re worried about the elderly and immunocompromised in their community. Their kids are distance learning and not going to school or childcare. Most people, except those on the front lines and in essential businesses, are working from home. And many of those who own or run businesses are trying to hang onto their customers when seemingly all forces are working against them.

Smart marketers know they can kill their brand if they screw this up.

Your team has…

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