Drive Business Performance with NPS
The economics of Net Promoter® spring from differences in the behavior of Promoters, Passives, and Detractors. Use your focus on raising your Net Promoter Score® to drive improved performance for your business, whether you are focused on increased profits or faster growth. Higher NPS improves business performance in a number of ways.
Promoters are usually less price-sensitive than other customers because they believe they’re getting good value overall from your company. The opposite is true for Detractors, who are more price-sensitive.
Higher Annual Spend
Promoters buy more, more often, than Detractors do. They tend to consolidate more category purchases with their favorite supplier. Promoters’ interest in new product offerings and brand extensions also exceeds that of Detractors or Passives.
Greater Cost Efficiencies
Detractors complain more frequently and consume more service resources. In contrast, Promoters reduce customer acquisition costs by staying longer and helping to generate referrals.
Higher Retention Rate
Detractors generally defect at higher rates than Promoters, which means that they have shorter and less profitable relationships with your company. Rescue those Detractors—turn them into Promoters—and experience higher margins.
Greater Word of Mouth
What proportion of new customers selected your firm because of reputation or referral? The lifetime value of those new customers, including any savings in sales or marketing expense, comes from Promoters. Between 80% to 90% of referrals can be attributed to Promoters. On the other hand, Detractors are responsible for 80% to 90% of negative word of mouth, so you can attribute the cost of this drag on growth to them.
Our ebook The ROI of NPS, by Satmetrix Chief Customer Officer Deb Eastman and Ranjit Mohapatra, Analytics Manager at Satmetrix, gives you facts about the linkage between NPS and profits, reviews real world examples, and guides you to build a framework for quantifying the impact of your Net Promoter program.