Client Retention Marketing, Writing

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Marketing writer Jeanne Grunert offers freelance writing services and marketing consulting services to businesses worldwide.

She specializes in client relationship, retention, and loyalty-building marketing strategies that help companies gain customers for life. This includes brand-building content, customer service strategies, and high-touch, high-results marketing for upscale companies.

“Jeanne flat out gets it. She possesses the creative talent, intuitive insight, and proven marketing skills to translate any idea, no matter how vague, into effective copy and impactful messaging.” Stephen Colwell, CEO, Clarify Media

What Is Client Retention Marketing?

Client retention marketing is also called customer relationship, client relationship, and loyalty-building. It means increasing the number of happy, satisfied customer for your business – and keeping them for life.

Too many businesses run an endless treadmill of acquisition, or finding new customers. Jeanne specializes in finding your business’ sweet spot – the secret sauce that makes customers love your products and services and come back for more. She provides action-focused marketing plans, strategies, and training to help businesses decrease customer turnover, improve customer satisfaction, and make more money.

Jeanne is quoted as an expert on client retention in Tamsen Butler’s book  The Complete Guide to Selling and Marketing to Affluent Customers.

“Jeanne’s ability to see the big picture and put it into words is extraordinary.”  Melissa Watts, Senior Marketing Manager, Adobe

 

Marketing Writer

Jeanne is also a marketing writer, creating blog posts, articles, website copy and press releases for clients worldwide. Her clients have been featured in Forbes, TechCrunch, GoDaddy, and a variety of other publications. She has taught graduate-level marketing seminars at Macmillan Publishing and New York University.

 

 

 Jeanne Grunert – Seven Oaks Consulting

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