Six Tips to Help Small Businesses Drive Loyalty

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Click through for six tips that can help SMBs build customer loyalty, as identified by Cayan.

Today's market can be tough for small and mid-tier businesses, because big-box stores often dominate consumer attention with low prices and large inventories. While 82 percent of small business owners admit loyal customers are the main way they grow their businesses, 61 percent of retailers say customer retention has become more difficult and building customer loyalty is challenging. To compete, smaller businesses are required to think smarter where big-box retailers think larger. That's why loyalty programs are more important for small and mid-tier businesses than ever before. Here are six tips, identified by Chris Wuhrer, senior vice president of strategic initiatives and product marketing at Cayan, to help small businesses drive loyalty.


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