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Why Fewer Customers Are Better


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  1. Mike says:

    Fewer customers Higher quality…Hmmmm, That’s a new perspective~

  2. Dan says:

    Sometimes too many customers is really troublesome, I know what it is like, trust me.

  3. Tina says:

    Why? the more customers the better of course….

  4. Cici says:

    Too many customers is a problem… cuz you cannot deal with the affairs efficiently.

  5. Ronald says:

    You don’t want to take on more customers than you can handle. You will become overwhelmed and some projects may suffer.

  6. Agree With Ronald :-) says:

    Good point. The extra income from extra clients may be tempting, but you don’t want to jeopardize your reputation by upsetting clients/customers.

  7. Phillicia says:

    Quality over Quantity!!!

  8. edward21 says:

    Many customers appreciate it when the companies that they do business with establish a relationship with them, especially those that they do business with frequently. They would rather feel like a person who matters, than feel like just a number.

  9. Lucas says:

    I have considered doing this. I find that my customers can get even more demanding when I lower the price. I think that the ones that stick around despite a higher price are the kind of customers that I want to deal with. It is really frustrating when a customer winds up costing me more time and money than I am profiting from their patronage.

  10. Ava says:

    I think this is interesting. If you have fewer customers, you can afford the time to give the ones you have really great customer service. It will make the more expensive price look attractive because they are getting what they are paying for.

  11. Bill says:

    By increasing prices you can weed out some of the less serious customers. Good plan.

  12. Bettie says:

    I find that if I can give better service to fewer customers, they return faster and always buy more. I definitely get more “flies” with honey than vinegar!

  13. Lyndon says:

    Alright upper class always has an advantage, filters out the cheapskates and what not, don’t get me wrong lot of high rollers out there with a mouthful, but at least you get a high return. This is why I think Volvo can raise their prices and not get scared of drowning. while you can never zero noisy customers, you can alleviate your own customer management.

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