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Your Existing Customers Are The Fastest, Easiest Way To Explode Your Profits
By: George Dodge
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  • Your Existing Customers Are The Fastest, Easiest Way To Explode Your Profits
  • The first impression...
  • Devote 60% of...
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    Your Existing Customers Are The Fastest, Easiest Way To Explode Your Profits - The first impression...

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    The first impression is the last impression:

    Let's look at the importance of the existing customer base from another perspective. Usually, the first purchase made by a customer is actually a test made by the buyer to evaluate your ability to deliver. And it doesn't represent the total capacity of a customer to do business with you.

    If you are able to deliver as per your promise and in accordance with the customer's requirements, it is a sure-fire indication that the customer may return. The customer has faith in your product or service and there is no reason why you should not use this to you and your customer's mutual advantage.

    Now, I state below a tried and tested method of dividing your marketing efforts for you to understand and implement. If you follow the this, you can rest assured that this course will be worth tens, even hundreds of times what you have paid for it.

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