Business models to increase customer lifetime value (LTV) and earn more money per customer

Alex Genadinik, Entrepreneur, marketer, mobile app developer, busi

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11 Videos (44m)
    • Welcome to the course

      2:28
    • Why it is important to increase customer retention

      3:14
    • Product or service design for long term engagement

      3:52
    • Subscription revenue model

      4:57
    • Consumables revenue model

      3:31
    • Catalog revenue model

      3:05
    • Building trust as a way to get people to come back

      4:55
    • Email marketing and social media for continuous re engagement

      5:01
    • Regularly produced content

      6:53
    • Trick when people will quit but think they will engage regularly

      4:56
    • Next courses to take

      0:56

About This Class

Did you know that it is easier to make more money and more sales from your existing customers than to find new customers?

Imagine if your current customers who just buy something from you once would buy something from you on a regular basis, maybe every month. That would mean a 1200% increase in revenue from just that same customers. And if they remain a customer the following year that would be 2400% and even more if they remain a customer longer.

How good would it be if you could make 10x or 20x from each customers? That would put your business and your monthly income on a whole new level, right? Take whatever amount you are making today and multiply it by 10. Do you want that kind of an income? Of course you do.

This is why in this course I added a number of common methods to adjust your revenue model and the way you monetize to get people to become repeat customers. Of course, not all your customers will become repeat clients, but many of them will, and you will make much more money form them.

Go ahead, sign up for the course, and let's get you on a path to make much more money from each customer.

What kinds of businesses be benefited with the strategies in this course on how to grow revenue and profits?

With the strategies in this course on how to grow revenue and profits, you can grow sales for a wide variety of businesses. Some of the kinds of businesses you can promote are a restaurant or diner, coffee shop, barbershop, nightclub, local event, business selling t-shirts, most kinds of stores ranging from boutiques to grocery stores to jewlery shops, animal care or grooming, lawn care or landscaping businesses, moving businesses, gym, frozen yogurt or ice cream shop, a deli, liquor store or a sandwich shop, a a beauty salon or a hair salon, a spa, a daycare business, a hardware store, commercial cleaning or residential cleaning, car wash, general contractor business, dog walking or pet sitting, martial arts studio, or a dance studio.

Here is a list of potential online businesses for which you can grow sales and revenue using the strategies in this course: blogging, affiliate marketing, elearning, create a channel on YouTube, become an author and sell books on Amazon and the Kindle, or become a freelancer or a local concierge. 

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Alex Genadinik

Entrepreneur, marketer, mobile app developer, busi

Entrepreneur, marketer, mobile app developer, business coach

3-time best selling Amazon author, creator of top entrepreneur mobile apps, and host of a popular business and marketing channel on YouTube.

I am the creator of the Problemio business apps which are some of the top mobile apps for planning and starting a business with 1,000,000+ downloads across iOS, Android and Kindle.

I am also an author of three business books (marketing to reach 1,000,000 people, on starting...

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