Inspiring Customer Loyalty and Love

Every business wants loyal customers for a number of reasons. From a return on investment perspective, it can cost a company five times more to acquire new customers than satisfying and retaining current ones. Businesses may use a number of metrics to measure customer loyalty, but retention rate remains one of the most critical measures of loyalty




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