How to Increase Your Subscription Box Profits With Retention

Learn all of the most common causes of subscription box customer churn to win back customers and affordably scale profits. 

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What’s Inside?

Insights on tailoring your approach to customer turnover
Identifying warning signs of customer turn over
Utilizing customer feedback to avoid voluntary churn
Overlay on types of churn and learning how to reduce it
Setting subscriptions box for payment success


Tailor Your Approach for Different Customers

Determine what kind of offer will be the most appealing to each individual and increase relevance, which will keep your brand on your customers’ minds.

Setting Up Customer Expectations with Better Onboarding

Onboarding should be a simple and effective process, clearly explaining how to use your products and highlighting the value at every single turn. 

Avoidable Customer Churn is Costing U.S. Businesses $136 billion a Year.

The number of customers more likely to buy from you is higher with your existing customers than prospects. And in order to make it happen, you need to focus more on customer retention than customer acquisition.

Our people are THE feature, not A Feature.
Casey Graham, CEO Gravy