“It was a very big driver in the direction of my business because I fell in love with [Netflix’s] business model and I fell in love with the very rigorous, analytical approach to what I call a membership economy.”
Today I want you to learn from Robbie Kellman Baxter, a leading proponent of the membership economy who’s certain that taking a long-term approach to member needs is key to building your business. She believes that by building lasting relationships with loyal customers is the surefire way to provide enduring value.
It may seem like a lot of effort, but the payout is absolutely worth it!
“If you care about the relationships you’re building with your customers, then the membership economy is something worth considering because it’s all about taking a long-term focus on your members’ needs as a guide to building your business.”
On this episode of My Quest for the Best we’re sharing this interview with Robbie Kellman Baxter, who’s teaching us how to tap into the membership economy, and create customer relationships that will stand the test of time.
Robbie recommends designing your business plan as if you were crafting it for the people you cared most about in the world. Having that perspective is key to developing a product, brand, or service that will keep people coming back for more.
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