Tag Archives: Retention

3 Ways to Boost Your Contact Center’s Employee Retention Rate

Suzanna Colberg — March 5, 2020 How Competition, Equity and Recruitment Improve Employee Retention Rates in Contact Centers Low retention has become problematic not just for contact centers, but for businesses in all spaces. Even some of the more bizarrely lenient IT companies are not immune to the churn among the workforce, and with the … Continue reading 3 Ways to Boost Your Contact Center’s Employee Retention Rate

Customer Retention Tips: Update Your Unresponsive Customer Email Addresses

Keith Reinhardt — February 26, 2020 As a marketer, you know customer retention is just as important as acquisition. What steps is your company taking to stay top of mind with customers and keep them coming back? If it’s not already, email recovery should be a critical part of your customer retention strategy. Recovery is … Continue reading Customer Retention Tips: Update Your Unresponsive Customer Email Addresses

5 Key Ways to Improve Customer Satisfaction and Boost Retention

Tucker Mathis — February 18, 2020 By listening to customer needs and setting up streamlined ways for customers to interact with your business, you can improve customer satisfaction and boost retention. Small business owners know that the customer is the top priority, but so many tasks demand your time that customer service often gets lost … Continue reading 5 Key Ways to Improve Customer Satisfaction and Boost Retention

Are your acquisition efforts the root of your retention issue?

Here are three ways brands can identify and market to the right customers while also reducing churn. Jeremy Korst on January 10, 2020 The issue of customer retention comes up in nearly every conversation with colleagues in a service business or software company. As companies aspire to transition to an ongoing customer relationship and recurring … Continue reading Are your acquisition efforts the root of your retention issue?

Employee Retention Strategies to Implement Right Now

Darleen DeRosa — December 11, 2019 Follow @onpoint_llc Few problems pose more of a threat to an organization’s long-term viability than high turnover. When a company can’t retain its best talent, it must constantly engage in hiring external talent, which can be extremely costly. . Without employee retention strategies, the constant talent churn will make … Continue reading Employee Retention Strategies to Implement Right Now

These 8 Benefits are the Key to Remote Worker Retention

John Rampton — November 4, 2019 Between email, live chat, video, online, and document sharing via the cloud, working from home is a reality for a majority of employees. In fact, the 2017 “State of Remote Work” report found 52 percent of employees work remotely at least once per week. For employees, working remotely helps … Continue reading These 8 Benefits are the Key to Remote Worker Retention

How are User Engagement and Retention Related?

Mia Jacobs — October 1, 2019 It’s simple: engaged users are more likely to stick with your brand. But heightening user engagement to compel renewals year after year isn’t so simple. And if you’re struggling to raise engagement and retention rates through separate initiatives, you may have trouble raising either. User retention is when customers … Continue reading How are User Engagement and Retention Related?

Email marketing and customer retention in the financial services industry

Brands that leverage email marketing will continue to build lasting customer relationships while thwarting the new fintech players from capturing market share. Kyle Henderick on September 23, 2019 It was surprising to learn that more than two in five financial services customers say they rarely or never receive relevant marketing communications from financial services companies … Continue reading Email marketing and customer retention in the financial services industry

How to Build Customer Relationships That Increase Retention and Revenue

Josh Bean — August 22, 2019 — August 22, 2019 rawpixel / Pixabay Think about the brands you’re most loyal to. Why did you become a return customer? What motivates you to purchase products or services from one company over another? Most consumers are loyal to brands they feel like they know and trust. This … Continue reading How to Build Customer Relationships That Increase Retention and Revenue