Kevin Stirtz

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Enjoyer of food, friends, family & bold coffee. Student of leadership, art and contemplation. SEO guy. Alteryx & Tableau geek. Fun uncle.

Professionally, I’m a data-focused digital marketing guy. But my work is never just about the data or the technical aspects of my job. My favorite place is where I can connect the insights from inside a company to the customer facing people who can put it to work. I’m skilled at finding, understanding and packaging the intelligence an organization produces and then sharing it (in a useful way) with the people on the front lines.

Outside of my job, I manage a program in our church that helps people find opportunities to serve our community. I also spend time hiking (with my wife, Debbie), enjoying co
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Great work is done by people who are not afraid to be great. – Fernando Flores I use to be envious of great people. By “great”, I mean people who have achieved things so noteworthy they become famous for it. Some...
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“The easiest and most powerful way to increase customer loyalty is really very simple. Make your customers happy.”
Kevin Stirtz, More Loyal Customers: 21 Real World Lessons to Keep Your Customers Coming Back

“Never leave your customers wondering.”
Kevin Stirtz, More Loyal Customers: 21 Real World Lessons to Keep Your Customers Coming Back

“To work best democracy needs a diversity of thoughts, ideas and expression. This is only possible with freedom and civility.”
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“Know what your customers want most and what your company does best. Focus on where those two meet.”
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“Every contact we have with a customer influences whether or not they’ll come back. We have to be great every time or we’ll lose them.”
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“Providing great customer service is the most natural activity in the world. It’s fun to help others because it feels good.”
Kevin Stirtz, More Loyal Customers: 21 Real World Lessons to Keep Your Customers Coming Back

“The easiest and most powerful way to increase customer loyalty is really very simple. Make your customers happy.”
Kevin Stirtz, More Loyal Customers: 21 Real World Lessons to Keep Your Customers Coming Back

“Focus your business on what you do best. Let everyone else worry about the rest.”
Kevin Stirtz, Marketing For Smart People




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