Jun 042015
 

The two dimensions of customer satisfaction The customer’s assessment of their satisfaction following a purchase and consumption of a product involves a comparison of two views: What were their EXPECTATIONS of value prior to purchase? What was their perception of the value delivered AFTER purchase? The consumer will engage in Read full article…

May 202015
 

CLV and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) The customer lifetime value equation essentially views a customer as an income stream. So instead of considering the customer’s purchases as single transactions, the marketing focus becomes creating ongoing series of profitable transactions. These ongoing transactions are created through customer relationship management practices and Read full article…

May 202015
 
The Benefits of Customer Lifetime Value

Why calculate customer lifetime value? Why has customer lifetime value – along with many other marketing metrics – becoming more important for marketers to use and understand? One of the key drivers is the shift from “art” to “science” in the marketing profession. For many years, marketing was essentially a Read full article…

May 202015
 

What is Customer lifetime value? Customer lifetime value is a measure of customer profitability over time. To help explain this concept, let’s start with a formal definition of customer lifetime value (CLV) from a well-regarded marketing metrics textbook. In the textbook Marketing Metrics: the definitive guide to measuring marketing performance Read full article…

Aug 072014
 

  This website has a free Excel spreadsheet template that can enable to quickly calculate customer lifetime value for your university assignment or for your firm. Go here to download the customer lifetime value template. There are also step by step instructions on the spreadsheet as well as on website Read full article…

Aug 072014
 

  Customer lifetime value or CLV is a key marketing metric that is primarily used in relationship marketing oriented organizations. In simple terms, it is the profit attributable to an individual customer during their time as a customer with the organization. Customer lifetime value has three main components: The acquisition Read full article…