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Avoiding Mistakes in Customer Profitability Management

Five Common Mistakes to Avoid When Looking to Improve Customer Profitability and Lifetime Value

When it comes to actively managing customer profitability and lifetime value, there’s a lot to know. It’s a huge topic with a lot of different angles and dimensions. So, it’s easy to make mistakes. In this video guide, you will learn about:

  • The right level of accuracy to strive for in your measurements to avoid getting bogged down.
  • Why you should seriously consider using a segmentation model specific to customer profitability.
  • How to avoid myopia and pay appropriate attention to all of the various profitability drivers.
  • Prioritize your approach to avoid losing long-term customers in the interest of short-term gains.

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