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Bringing in new customers

DETROIT — There are always creative ways to attract new customers and bring in added revenue, according to a Detail XPerts blog post.

DETROIT — There are many things that make a carwash and detail business fail or succeed, and one of the most important ones is being able to attract new customers, according to a Detail XPerts blog post.

Detail XPerts has tips on how your business can bring in those extra customers, and extra revenue. The first one is to make sure to keep up with your customers through online mediums. It’s not only important to have a presence on social media, but to check things like your email and traditional mail services to make sure you haven’t missed any important customer communications.

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Traditional promotions are another thing the blog recommends. Things like flyers are not the first that come to mind anymore, but they still have value in attracting new business.

Think about partnering up with another group. Charity promotions are not only a great way to give back, but they have the added benefit of bringing in a new focus from an audience that isn’t familiar with your product.

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Other tips the blog gives are using giveaways and possibly the most important tip of all, treating your customers fairly and politely.

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