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How To Win Customers And Keep Them For Life: An Action-Ready Blueprint for Achieving the Winner's Edge!
How To Win Customers And Keep Them For Life: An Action-Ready Blueprint for Achieving the Winner's Edge!
How To Win Customers And Keep Them For Life: An Action-Ready Blueprint for Achieving the Winner's Edge!
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How To Win Customers And Keep Them For Life: An Action-Ready Blueprint for Achieving the Winner's Edge!

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From Michael LeBoeuf, the bestselling author of Working Smart and the audio programs Working Smarter, Imagineering and The Perfect Business, comes How To Win Customers and Keep Them For Life -- the ultimate guide to building a successful business through customer satisfaction.

The success of any business depends on knowing the answers to these important questions:
  • Why do some people buy once...and never return?
  • Why do some people become strong, steady customers?
  • How do you turn an angry or complaining customer into a happy and satisfied one?
  • What are the five best ways to keep customers coming back?

How To Win Customers and Keep Them For Life is a hard-hitting, action-ready rewards-and-incentives program fro creating a winning sales team. Created by one of the nation's foremost business consultants, this practical, no-nonsense guide tells you everything you need to know about successful selling -- and most important of all -- how to win customers for life.
LanguageEnglish
Release dateMar 1, 1997
ISBN9780743519007
How To Win Customers And Keep Them For Life: An Action-Ready Blueprint for Achieving the Winner's Edge!

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