No one wants to see a customer go. The longer you keep a customer, the better their lifetime value to your business. So, why not do all you can to stop them from leaving? A great way to stem churn is Reactivation Offers.Continue reading “Recover Subscribers Through Reactivation”
Please check out Cathy’s most recent piece for XBIZ.com, Riding the Retention Roller Coaster, which includes highlights from a recent panel discussion on customer-retention strategies for recurring revenue business.
The Segpay team is attending the Phoenix Forum March 28th-30th where we’ll have the honor of hosting a Friday morning panel discussion titled, Revving up Retention: Key ways to keep business in the competitive marketplace.
Cathy has written another customer-retention piece for XBIZ, this one outlining three areas to help keep members in the fold:
You’re probably familiar with Cancel/Keep retention offers, which can persuade a consumer to change his/her mind about cancelling. This week we are introducing Reactivation retention offers, which can bring back consumers whose accounts were already cancelled or expired, by making it extremely easy to restore an inactive membership.
It’s never fun to talk about customer cancellations, but the truth is, the more you know about why members cancel, the better you can address customer needs and ultimately make your service better so you’re retaining more members over the long haul.
XBIZ has published another article by Segpay CEO Cathy Beardsley – this one based on some of the ideas for using retention offers to improve churn rates that we shared here earlier this year. Cathy expanded on those ideas for this article, titled “Burn the Churn” in XBIZ’s April issue.
It’s been almost a year since we first posted about our Cancel/Keep retention offers in which we shared the following statistic:
since we first introduced Cancel/Keep offers, merchants that set one up have retained over 5% of customers who initially wanted to cancel.
Back in July, SegPay CEO Cathy Beardsley wrote about customer retention strategies for subscription-based businesses, in particular how important it is to understand why customers are leaving (a.k.a., “churn”) before you can determine the best ways to retain them. Cathy defined a few different types of customer churn and suggested ways to combat each type: