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The secrets to getting people to come back to buy from your farm enterprise.

 
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If you are like me, your 'marketing' fund is kind of low - or in my case it is more like 'what fund?'. So where do I put my efforts to keep people coming back to buy my farm stuff?

It's really ind of simple once you know the biggest marketing secret - and that was told to me a long time ago when I was in the world of selling TV's as a high school student - 'Son, its easier to keep a customer than to gain a customer'

So how do you make a customer come back - here are my notes on what you can do on your farm/farm stand/farm store or farmers market booth!

http://www.almostafarmer.com/keeping_customers/

Let me know what you think?

Gaz
www.almostafarmer.com
 
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