Happy 5th Birthday Return Customer!

Return Customer turns 5 years old this week! Thanks for reading this year and for your support.

Now that I’ve hit the 5 year mark, I need your help. What do you like most about Return Customer? What would you like to see? Why do you read Return Customer? Please take a moment to leave a comment and let me know.

I always find it interesting to review the data on how people find their way to Return Customer. Here are this past year’s highlights:

Top 5 Most Read Posts

These posts were the most visited this past year:

  1. Why Customers Hate Convenience Fees for Credit Card Transactions
  2. Four Customer Expectations
  3. 5 Ways to Better Treat Your Customers
  4. How to Convince Customers to Buy Today
  5. Do not respond to this email!

Top 5 Referrers

These great sites have sent more people to Return Customer than any other non-search site over the past year:

  1. 9rules
  2. Aweber blog
  3. Alltop’s Customer Service Directory
  4. Get Satisfaction Blog
  5. Service Untitled

Top 5 Searches

The following searches (linked to their respective posts) brought the most people to this site last year:

  1. convenience fee
  2. customer expectations
  3. how to treat customers
  4. returning customer
  5. proactive customer service

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  • http://www.allbusiness.com/sales/customer-service/10783-1.html Glenn

    Congratulations, Joe. We both started blogging about customer service the same month although I discontinued my first blog when I moved to my second.

    It’s a pleasure reading your posts.

    Here’s to many more…

    Glenn

  • http://www.returncustomer.com Joe Rawlinson

    @Glenn – Thanks for your comments. Happy 5th year to you too!