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There are a number of reasons why a regular customer stops visiting your small business, or visits only once and never comes back. We don’t like to think about these things, but they happen, and FiveStars is here to help turn that around. Email marketing is a great way to re-connect with customers, and it’s cost effective as well.
Like we said earlier, some customers may have stopped visiting your store because of a bad experience. That part is pretty critical, because the folks at College Humor saw Gribbohm’s banana and decided that they had to have it.
Maybe he thought he was doing them the favour - I mean, that's a hell of a stuffed banana, he might have thought he was letting it go cheap.
Wait didn't he get $600 back so essentially the guys got 3200 and an xbox kinect for a giant banana.
While I was watching the coverage of Margret Thatcher’s passing, something the former Prime Minister once said stuck with me.
There is a way for Apple to fight back, but the company no longer has that skill, and apparently doesn’t know where to get it, either. You see this same effect with celebrities who are really cool for a while, then they have a movie flop, fall out of favor, do some really stupid things, and suddenly they aren’t cool anymore.
Now, Apple did some damage to Microsoft with its campaign, but by the time Vista shipped, Microsoft really wasn’t that cool anymore anyway, so Apple’s damage was pretty trivial. But Apple not only has to defend against Samsung’s efforts to make its brand look uncool, it has to stop doing stupid things that result in the same thing.
I have no doubt Apple could be cool again, but I doubt the company knows what to do to make this happen.
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And obviously, a lost customer is someone who visited a few times, or only once, and never came back after the at-risk range.
You only have 140 characters to get a message across, text messages are easily read and forgotten about, and on top of that, if you are messaging lost customers, they are more likely to opt out if your message isn’t something good.
So they drove out to New Hampshire, tracked him down and gave him $2600 (along with an Xbox) in exchange for his dreadlocked friend. Gribbohm, for his part, claims he was scammed into thinking he was part of a carnival performance, which certainly makes more sense than someone intentionally throwing his entire life savings at a game.
If h's dumb enough to lose $2600 to carnies, he'll just lose this next sum on some other stupid bullshit. If you have to tell someone you’re cool, or your product is cool, you aren’t, and it isn’t.
Samsung did to Apple what Apple did to Microsoft, skewering its devoted users and reputation, only better.
Charlie Sheen, Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton, Britney Spears, Donald Trump (was he ever really cool?) and so on. But what if someone is going out of their way to make you look uncool, which is what Samsung is doing very well to Apple. This is like coming up with a nuclear bomb, but not really having a clue what to do when someone else produces their own. The ads both showed how effective attack ads could be, and that companies like Microsoft didn’t really have enough cool to knock down. Moves like selling iPhones in Walmart have to stop, because no one is going to connect a Walmart product to cool no matter what the ads and PR say.
That’s probably the most important difference between Jobs and Cook: Jobs would know what to do, and I don’t think Cook even sees the problem.
But to win back lost customers with email, you want to make sure you give them a good reason to come back, so you will need to make your subject line catchy, and make your incentive within the email worth their while. The irony here is that Apple recently accused Samsung of copying its phone and tablet, but it missed the real threat.
Each had their time in the sun, and either faded from being cool or pulled a publicity face plant.


But generally they just make each other look like dicks, so fighting fire with fire doesn’t work.
But someone over at Samsung saw the potential in Apple’s nuclear bomb, and knew it could be even more powerful if used against Apple.
If folks see people they think are cool, acting cool with Apple products, they will connect the folks to status, and Apple will start to recover its aura.
If this type of thing continues, it could actually damage Apple’s reputation far more than Samsung could.
What Apple should have been concerned with is that Samsung copied its strategy against Microsoft, improved on it, funded it better and turned it against its creator. Look at Justin Timberlake: He went from being cool, to being nobody, and seems to have come back.
If Samsung execs really cared about being cool, they would probably try to improve their horrid customer support. Apple essentially invented a weapon that it was particularly vulnerable to, and it’s coming back to bite it in the ass now. That generally would mean taking on people who are cool, making sure they use Apple phones and tablets (many already do), and ensuring that use was very visible, so that we could connect the device to the folks using it. If you want to be more personal, include your business email for them to contact you directly so you can improve in the future.
You could argue Charlie Sheen appears to be coming back as well (his new show is actually, in my opinion, better than his old show is without him; sorry Ashton Kutcher). Apple already tried with those celebrity Siri commercials, but someone missed the meeting where they heard they needed to make sure the celebrities look cool using the technology; in most cases the ads make them look like they are mentally challenged. Exclusive, which is the part of “cool” Apple strives for, isn’t part of Samsung’s image, so Apple couldn’t try to target Samsung the same way.
This suggests that Apple not only doesn’t understand Samsung’s attack (despite pioneering the same approach), it never thought through how to defend against it.



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