Coverage Payments are deposits made by Advanceit to your bank account when there are bank holidays or processor delays. The deposit will be roughly equivalent to one batch close and the charged amount will be added to your outstanding balance.
You can easily opt-in to Coverage Payments yourself. Simply log in to your account and follow the step-by-step instructions.
If you would prefer to talk to a representative about Coverage Payments, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us at 514-819-1071.
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To speak with a representative about Minute Money funding, please contact us by phone 1-866-889-9412 ext. 0549 or email email@example.com.
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Who is your customer?
This is the most basic marketing question. Understanding who your customer is and how to locate them is a critical part of your small business success. Attempting to sell products and services without understanding your ideal customer is the equivalent to driving blind. Below we look at 5 steps involved in creating an effective customer profile.
Step #1 – Profile Your Existing Customers
Profiling your existing customers will make it easier to find new ones. Pay attention to their buying process. What steps do they take to make their purchase? Email them a survey or use Google Docs Forms to get information about their demographics and buying needs.
Step #2 – Figure Out How Your Customers are Finding You
In our digital world, customers are adept at searching online. It’s in the best interest of your small business to identify which websites customers have visited in search of your product or service. By determining the kinds of keywords your customers are using, you can tweak SEO to help direct more traffic to your website and business.
Step #3 – Develop a Customer Profile
With this knowledge, you can now begin crafting an accurate customer profile. Focus on characteristics, attitudes and buying behaviors. Take note of how your customers use your product or service. Consider why they choose you and not the competitor.
Step #4 – Test Your Profile
Now it’s time to test your customer profile. Based on your profile, train staff members on talking points. Create targeted marketing campaigns. Adjust your profile based on insights and observations gained from the test.
Step #5 – Update Your Profile
Profiling your customers should be an ongoing process. Keeping and maintaining your profile will help you focus your marketing, support your product development and most importantly – improve the customer experience.
Now, let’s go back to our original question. Who is your customer?