• Customer Appreciation Ideas for National Small Business Week

Now that you have your promotions underway, it’s time to talk about showing some love to the most essential part of any business: your customer.

Your customers are your lifeblood, and National Small Business Week is a great time to show them how much you appreciate their patronage. Without them, you couldn’t be anywhere near as successful as you are today! So as you treat yourself this week, don’t forget to treat your customers, too. Here are some ideas to get you going:

Customer Appreciation Ideas

In this blog post, Halley Belt gives you ideas like raffles and giveaways and tips on how best to implement them. So whether you’re planning an email campaign or looking for new event ideas, read on for some helpful hints.

5 Ways to Build Customer Loyalty for Your Small Business

Appreciating your customers is the first step to creating a sense of loyalty. But there are a few more ways you can strengthen your relationship with your customers and inspire more loyalty. Read more here.

What’s more, is loyal customers tend to leave the best reviews. For more tips on online reviews, check out our free ebook.

Save Time and Money with Consumer Generated Content

Another fun way to show customer appreciation is to showcase customer content on your own channels. Social media contests, custom hashtags, and special events are among the many ideas tucked into this post. Read more to get started.

Not sure where to start on social media? Check out our pocket guide to help you build a solid foundation.

On Friday, we’ll be diving into tips on and how you can get involved with your neighbors, your local government, and your larger community in more meaningful ways. See you then!

Sarah Cavicchi
Sarah Cavicchi
Sarah is the Head of Content for ThriveHive, where she creates strategic content assets to help business owners and marketers own their digital presence and connect with their customers. When she's not wordsmithing or brainstorming new ideas, she enjoys exploring Boston or curling up with a good book.

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