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Published on April 22, 2008

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Customer Loyalty How you can foster it and profit from it Keynote San Francisco DMA March 16, 2006 5:30 PM Arthur Middleton Hughes VP Solutions Architect :  Customer Loyalty How you can foster it and profit from it Keynote San Francisco DMA March 16, 2006 5:30 PM Arthur Middleton Hughes VP Solutions Architect Why loyalty is important: Long term customers: :  Why loyalty is important: Long term customers: Buy more per year Buy higher priced options Buy more often Are less price sensitive Are less costly to serve Are more loyal Have a higher lifetime value Loyalty is measured by the retention rate:  Loyalty is measured by the retention rate Retention pays better than acquisition:  Retention pays better than acquisition Two Kinds of Database People:  Two Kinds of Database People Constructors People who build databases Merge/Purge, Hardware, Software Creators People who understand strategy Build loyalty and repeat sales You need both kinds! Relationship Buyers vs Transaction Buyers:  Relationship Buyers vs Transaction Buyers Transaction buyers are always shopping for the best price. They have no loyalty. Relationship buyers are looking for a friendly institution that treats them well and provides good service. Relationship buyers will stick with you when your prices go up. Transaction buyers will leave for a dime’s worth of difference. Loyalty and Affluence:  Loyalty and Affluence Wealthy customers are more loyal 92% of $125K+ are in airline loyalty programs compared to 51% of all Wealthy customers do not want discounts. They want status and perks. Loyalty and Preferences:  Loyalty and Preferences Customers who register their preferences are more loyal than others Once you know what they want, you have to give them what they want! Awarding points or miles works. How Sears Determines Preferences:  How Sears Determines Preferences How I feel about brands: • I typically buy top of the line name brand products • I buy name brand products at a moderate price • I am always looking for a bargain. I will try any brand if the price is right. How I feel about technology: • I buy products with the latest features & innovations • I buy products with mainstream features & technology • I am not interested in technology, keep it simple for me Home status: • Home Owner • Renter • Lived in my home for less than 6 months • Plan to move in the next 6 months • Plan to remodel in the next 6 months Presence of Children: • Baby (Age 0 - Age 1) • Kids (age 1 - Age 12) • Teenagers (age 13- Age 18) • None Create your segments based on these answers Slide11:  What Reichheld said about loyalty Frederick Reichheld in The Loyalty Effect pointed out that some customers are loyal and some are not. He suggested that companies should start by trying to attract the right kind of customer to begin with. Loyalty and disloyalty can be predicted early in a customer’s career. One insurance company, he said, found that disloyal customers were often: Single people, rather than married people Renters, rather than homeowners. People who responded to low-ball discount offers People who respond to temporary sales How to determine your net customer promoter index*:  How to determine your net customer promoter index* Ask all customers a single question: *Frederick Reichheld: The one number you need to grow Determine your net promoter index: (Promoters minus Detractors):  Determine your net promoter index: (Promoters minus Detractors) 41 minus 24 is 17 – that is your net promoter index Average of 400 companies was 16 eBay, Amazon, USAA scored 75 to 80 Brian Woolf on Loyalty:  Brian Woolf on Loyalty Sales always grow when prices are cut. Unfortunately, new customers attracted by such promotions typically exhibit low loyalty and require constant ‘price feeding’ to keep returning which means continued lower gross margins. Heavy promotional pricing is not a recommended tactic for building loyalty. Slide15:  Ruin your customers with discount price offers Low ball offers, discounts and coupons bring in the wrong kind of customers They train your good customers to think about price Discount customers: spend less, less likely to stay are more costly to service make good customers feel cheated Maintaining loyalty:  Maintaining loyalty Communicate with your customers often Thank you for your order Your order was shipped today track # 44455 Did your order arrive OK? Make your communications relevant You have Release 2.0, Mr. Hughes Release 3.0 will double your speed To find out about it click here. Many customers are profitable – some are very unprofitable:  Many customers are profitable – some are very unprofitable This 28% lost 22% of the bank’s profits! Bank Customers by Profitability Customer Status Levels:  Customer Status Levels Status Levels and Marketing Segments:  Status Levels and Marketing Segments Segments are essential for marketing:  Segments are essential for marketing Many customers are quite different in their purchase patterns Create actionable segments and determine the value of each Use the results to focus your retention programs and acquisition programs on the most profitable segments Building Loyalty by Cross Sales:  Building Loyalty by Cross Sales How to sell a second product :  How to sell a second product Customers who have more than one product have a higher retention rate. Two reasons for second product: Profit from the new product Retain customers for the existing one. An insurance company with independent agents used a model to predict the Next Best Product for each customer Offered a 10% discount on first product if second is purchased Create personal notes from agents:  Dear Bob & Kitty: As I figure it, you could save about $206 per year on your auto premium. Call me today! Susan Create personal notes from agents Automatic follow up note:  Automatic follow up note Dear Bob & Kitty I haven’t heard from you on the letter on the new homeowner’s policy. The savings on your auto policy are terrific. Call me. Susan Hughes How did it work out?:  How did it work out? 89% of agents invited went to web and participated. 52% created personal notes Recipient HH bought 11% more than the controls Follow up letter created 8% more sales Follow up phone gained 43% more. Conclusion: This method works!:  Conclusion: This method works! Personal notes increased sales by 140% Model prediction: Top decile sales 68% over average and 195% over bottom decile. Travelers Insurance:  Travelers Insurance Costs 20 times as much to acquire new customers than to retain existing ones Customers want communications Contacts should be conducted locally 1% increase in retention is worth $ millions What the retention database program provided:  What the retention database program provided Systematic process Turnkey operation Customer segmentation High quality communications at minimum cost Personal, professional Building a customer relationship Agents paid all the expenses Database Analysis to support Travelers communications:  Database Analysis to support Travelers communications Profile the customer base. Who is staying? Who is leaving? Establish measure of customer desirability Determine profitability Determine lifetime value Use these to drive segmentation and retention strategy What happens during a year:  What happens during a year Letter 60 days before annual renewal Annual review Thank you card in 1st quarter Cross sell postcard in 2nd quarter Newsletter in 3rd quarter Seasonal card in 4th quarter Results…:  Results… Increased the customer retention rate from 85.1% to 90.5% -- compared to controls. Worth millions of dollars to Travelers. All previous programs had been subsidized . They had all failed In this program, the agent paid for all. In prior programs, the agent risked nothing In this program, the agents wanted to make sure that their money was not wasted 62% of customers who left, never talked to an agent first 80% of people who talked to an agent did not leave. Summary: how to build loyalty:  Summary: how to build loyalty Recruit loyal customers to begin with Create status levels for your customers Create marketing segments Develop a relationship with each customer Communicate often Sell a second product to build loyalty Work to build your net promoter index Books by Arthur Hughes:  Books by Arthur Hughes From McGraw Hill. Order at www.dbmarketing.com Contact Arthur: arthur.hughes@kbm1.com Thank you!:  Thank you!

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