Common Questions About Revenue Generation:
What is Customer Lifetime Value?
When establishing metrics to determine marketing effectiveness, it’s important to determine the profit produced by customers over their lifetime, not just for the short-term purchase. In calculating the CLV, you’ll need to assess the customer’s average order, the average time between orders, the average revenue per order, and your gross profit margin of the product they order.
Without knowing the customer lifetime value, it’s impossible to gauge the ROI of your sales dollars. You would expect that a sale made today would generate revenue for a long time to come. Know what you’re truly spending, and what your return is, in order to make smart investment decisions.
Other common questions
- How many hours a week do most sales reps spend actually selling?
- Can we increase our success with different/better Customer Relationship Management software?
- What is Customer Lifetime Value?
- What’s the difference between a ‘product’ and an ‘offer’?
- How can I increase my return on marketing investment?
- Why do I need a CRO (Chief Revenue Officer) or "CRO Thinking"?
- Why do you call it "revenue generation" strategy instead of sales strategies or marketing strategies?
- Our market is mature; what are the best ways to grow revenue?
- What are the 4 most important Revenue Generation obligations a CEO has to his/her organization?
- What is included in a good sales activity report?
- What should we look for when hiring sales reps?
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