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Episode 25  |  10:09 min

25: Consequences of Not Prioritizing the Customer and How to Get Back on Track

Episode 25  |  10:09 min  |  08.27.2019

25: Consequences of Not Prioritizing the Customer and How to Get Back on Track

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This is a podcast episode titled, 25: Consequences of Not Prioritizing the Customer and How to Get Back on Track. The summary for this episode is: <p>Businesses go under for a lot of reasons.</p> <p>But there’s one that stands out more than others:</p> <p>Churn.</p> <p>When you don’t prioritize the customer, there are consequences.</p> <p>And they’re not pretty.</p> <p>In a <a href= "https://flipmyfunnel.com/consequences-not-prioritizing-customer-get-back-track/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer">blog post</a> on our site Cori Pearce, Director of Marketing at ChurnZero, wrote about how to get back on track if you have a churn problem. Listen in to hear us cover the highlights of Cori’s post.</p>

Businesses go under for a lot of reasons.

But there’s one that stands out more than others:

Churn.

When you don’t prioritize the customer, there are consequences.

And they’re not pretty.

In a blog post on our site Cori Pearce, Director of Marketing at ChurnZero, wrote about how to get back on track if you have a churn problem. Listen in to hear us cover the highlights of Cori’s post.

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