Giving your customers the tools to easily return and purchase additional units of what your business offers is actually just as important as the advertising that brought them to you in the first place.
Competition is fierce in every corner of the market, which means that your rivals are always waiting for you to cut corners on details so that they can step in and triumph. If your customer runs out of your product and isn't sure where to quickly get more, you've missed an opportunity to divert them from a search that may lead to sales for another company.
Making return and repurchase information readily available to customers also shows that your product comes from a company that anticipates customer needs, gaining you valuable positive consideration in the mind of the consumer.
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