Instead of fighting the churn, companies should create a cancellation workflow that puts customer’s needs first.
They say that breaking up is hard to do. And if you’ve ever tried to cancel your subscription with a business that doesn’t want to let go, then you know exactly what we’re talking about. Limited contact methods, hidden policies, questions, confirmation messages, and automatic renewals can make it tough for a customer who isn’t satisfied with a service to get away.
Instead of fighting the churn, companies should create a cancellation workflow that puts customer’s needs first. Whether coming or going, make each step in the customer journey simple and transparent and you’ll earn your customers’ respect.
To give your customers a reason to want to stay, SaaS companies should do the following:
Finally, There’s no need to be coy when you and a customer go your separate ways. Instead, use the breakup as a learning opportunity. During offboarding, ask customers why they want to go and what would have convinced them to stay. Then, use this information to improve your product and earn more satisfied customers in the future.
Read the full article, How Transparency in SaaS Offboarding Reduces Churn, by Shayla Price.
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