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Competition is as prevalent in business as it is in other aspects of life, and for the most part, competition is good. For one, it drives people to go above and beyond to help them reach their potential, and it also offers excellent alternatives, because no one company can please everyone, after all. 

While running a business means you will encounter competition, you still don’t want to go down without a fight. If there is a competing company that offers the same service as you that also has been around just as long, you might wonder what they are doing that you’re not. To get to the bottom of this, here are the reasons your competitors are outperforming you. 

A Better Online Reputation

Nowadays, online reputation is everything. This includes social media presence, website design, and marketing. A brand is now often defined by its social media accounts, which helps customers engage with you. However, if you’ve been neglecting your social media responsibilities, now is the time to change that. 

Likewise, you can look into working with a reliable internet marketing company to help you adjust your campaigns to pinpoint undecided customers and drawing in new customers by tapping into a side of the market that is not your competitors’ priority.  

More Detailed Analytics

The more information you have on your customers (without stalking them), the better you can tailor your campaigns to appeal directly to them. Your competitors may have taken advantage of the different marketing automation options available to target their key demographics better than a team of humans ever could, and this is where you are losing out. 

It’s tiring and difficult to crawl through mounds of data, so get an artificial intelligence system to do the hard work for you. From there, you can segment customers and subscribers based on different browsing habits and find the perfect recipe that drives them back to your site and away from others. 

Something to Keep Them Coming Back

Everyone likes to feel valued when they are a customer, so give your customers both current, former, and brand new a reason to come back for more. Some companies offer a bi-weekly blog full of vital information about the industry they are interested in. Others provide loyalty schemes to reward their customers for using their service. 

It’s up to you which avenue you explore to keep customers coming back, but whatever it is, make sure it’s something that helps you stand out from the crowd. Don’t give away everything for free, as that means visitors will turn away when you start to charge, but a little treat here and there can make all the difference.  

Beating the Competition

Healthy competition breeds innovation and challenges everybody to be at their best, so if you are experiencing a lack of customers, taking these first steps to perform better could be the start of a change in fortunes. Some may not apply to some businesses, whereas everything will apply to others, it’s all about knowing where to focus your energy to bring old customers flocking back and new ones flocking in.

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About The Author

I am a Business LifeStyle coach who specialises in working with artists, designers, crafters and all creative professionals. Myself and my partner Stuart Horrex are here to help you to achieve your Life & business goal and dreams. We have had over 20 years experience in finance, retail,furniture,food,wine fashion,crafts and hospitality.

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