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ElisabethAnn, LLC

Thiensville, WI

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About ElisabethAnn, LLC

Are you reaching out to your current customer base on a regular basis?

.: direct mail {thank you for your business}
.: email {remind them you exist}
.: telephone {reach out, ask questions, current needs review}
.: social media {provide expertise and credibility}

Your previous customers already "like you" so remind them that you are still around. I interpret your customer sales data into meaningful business knowledge. With these facts, I develop effective marketing campaigns to encourage repeat business.

Project fees can be set up on monthly, quarterly or annual basis. Contact me to find out more on how to reach out to your customers to produce repeat business and new referrals!


Thiensville, WI 53092

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Q. Why does your work stand out from others who do what you do?

A. Every interaction matters. Nurturing your relationships with customers is key to turning them into repeat visitors. If you think about your customer relationship strategy in the long term, you can convince your customers to think of you in the long term as well. I create marketing tactics to encourage repeat business from your customers.

Q. What do you like most about your job?

A. Finding out what makes a customer buy your product or service and how they found you. I like connecting the dots between sales and buying behavior by paying attention to what market segments, product offerings and promotional tactics worked well in the past in order to provide a cost-effective, creative solution to repeat the process.

Q. What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?

A. "How much will that cost? I don't have a big budget."

Standard business practice is to reinvest a percentage of sales in marketing efforts - general rule of thumb - 3% of sales. Brand awareness is an investment in your business. A clearly stated goal and an attack plan with a way to measure your results will provide greater long term success than a fast reaction to a cool trend or short term promotion.

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