All companies are always looking to attract clients. Some do because it’s a fundamental action vital to their positioning, others because their commercial plans demand it, and others because their marketing objective is to make their business quota larger.
Nevertheless, what’s really new is not the fact they want to augment their niches but what they are willing to do to achieve it. Is everything worth it in this area? Even so as to sacrifice the quality of the product and the prestige of the brand?
Is everything worth it when attracting clients to your business?
The short answer is no, not everything is worth it. There must be limits that must be clearly traced so that a strategy of such characteristics doesn’t end up creating the opposite effect: damaging the rentability and the sustainability of the business. Any mistake in this area can end up being
Some companies, for example, diminish the production costs while lowering the quality of their products. It is a strategy that generates interest and attraction but that can also generate rejection in the consumers.
Bringing in clients must be compatible with product quality and good service, innovation and product quality. Follow these 4 recommendations to guide whichever action you take in this sense.
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