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    clinically

    can u please tell me what does clinically mean in this context?


    The more communication you have with your customer, the more trust is established, and thecustomer will do more clinically validated purchases.


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    Re: clinically

    Not really enough context - but it could mean that the customer was particularly careful in selecting the product - in fact that the customer was scientifically detached in the decision process.


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    Re: clinically

    this is the context:

    "
    Satisfied customers like to be, want to be and are already favorably predisposed toward workingwith you or doing business with you. They are simply silently begging to be led. By that, I meanthey want to repurchase - they honestly do. But it's up to you to expend the effort, the energy andthe necessary overture to lead the customer back. There's an infinite number of ways this can beaccomplished. For example:
    Offer your customers one-time, preferential pricing to induce them to do business with you again.
    Affinity is the goal. Look at everybody, including prospects, as if it is only a matter of time beforeyou have a relationship in which your focus is to serve, benefit, enhance and create value for yourcustomer for life, not limiting your involvement to the one area of your transactional involvement.After all, they are human beings with hopes, fears, problems and stress.
    The more communication you have with your customer, the more trust is established, and thecustomer will do more clinically validated purchases. They will consider you a friend who cares,and will have a closer bonding and familiarity with you.
    If you analyze the readers of weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, quarterly, semiannual, annual newsletters,you'll find that the weekly subscribers read them much more thoroughly and are much more closelybonded to the publication than the less frequent subscribers.
    Do you think you don't have anything to say? Remember that you're dealing with people. Can youcare about them, share ideas? You can talk about their families.
    Let them know about what is new in the marketplace. Give them a chance to try things on a freetrial or modified test basis. Alert them to what is coming from the new markets and give them achance to pre-order. Doing things like this produces a lot more sales and business."

    does it help?


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    #4

    Re: clinically

    From the context, it does seem to mean that the customer applies value judgments in planning purchases. It's not a good term for this context.

    A possible alternative would be "more considered purchasing".

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