People remember when they have received excellent or awful customer service. Customers frequent establishments that treat them well and avoid establishments that mistreat them.

Data demonstrating the value of good customer service really struck me when preparing materials for a recent CLE seminar titled “How to Keep the Good Clients and Get Rid of the Bad.” Loyal customers generate business 10 times the value of their initial purchase, the White House Office of Consumer Affairs reports.

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