Love Your Customers Tip #4: Send a Customer Feedback Questionnaire
I’d like to talk about the value of sending a customer feedback questionnaire to your audience.
You don’t want to just say you care about your customers or clients. You want to show you care about them.
And how do you do that? By better understanding them, their problems, their obstacles, and goals. Once you better understand those things, then you’re of course better able to help them solve their problems and reach their goals.
Love Your Customers Tip #3: Send Business Thank You Notes
Gratitude goes a long way in building strong relationships.
Traditionally, hand written cards were the way to express a sincere thank you. They’re still effective and they can set you apart because so few businesses still do them.
If you don’t have a physical mailing address, you can still write a handwritten note and then take a photo of the note or you with the note. There are lots of ways to get creative with this.
Love your customers...and they'll love you!
Don't let Valentine's Day be only for those with "perfect" romantic relationships. Instead, allow Valentine's Day to help you build perfect business relationships.
I'm going to share fabulous ways you can show how much you love your customers to build stronger business relationships.
Customer satisfaction is best achieved by first understanding your customer. Companies that provide customer satisfaction, or even better customer enthusiasm, benefit from greater profits, happier employees, and greater purpose.
Below are some great tips from top experts about the value of customer satisfaction and how your business can achieve greater customer satisfaction through understanding your customer better.
A great way to know your customer better is to gather customer feedback by listening to your customers. There are many benefits to gathering customer feedback including the following.
Below are some great tips from top experts about the value of gathering customer feedback to know your customer and tips on how to know your customer better by listening to your customer.
A great way to know your customer better is to walk in their shoes. There are many benefits to walking in your customer’s shoes including you:
Below are some great tips from top experts about the value of getting to know you customer and tips on how to know your customer better by walking in your customer’s shoes.
Businesses that don’t use feedback to improve customer service will struggle to survive. Learn the mistakes to avoid with customer ratings, reviews, and other feedback.
Our guest today on 30 Experts in 30 Days is Daniel Lemin.
Daniel Lemin is a respected authority on the reputation industry. An early Google hire, Lemin was one of the first pioneers to realize the importance, impact, and power of online ratings and reviews on small businesses and the ongoing struggle business owners have with their online reputations. Lemin is an acknowledged expert on digital marketing, public relations, and reputation management and is a consultant for prominent Fortune 500 companies, including Nestlé USA, Procter & Gamble, Hilton Hotels, Sony, Suzuki Motors, Munchkin, and Best Buy. Lemin is also a senior strategist with the consulting firm Convince & Convert, a regular contributor to the Convince & Convert marketing blog, rated the number-one content-marketing blog in the world, and a frequent speaker at industry events and trade shows.
Check out my interview with Daniel Lemin to discover helpful strategies and approaches from Daniel about:
Learn valuable tips for creating customer service programs to help you attract and retain your ideal customers. Discover the power of micro-interactions.
Our guest today on 30 Experts in 30 Days is Jeannie Walters.
Jeannie Walters is the Chief Customer Experience Investigator™ and founder of 360Connext, a Chicago-based consulting firm specializing in the cornerstones of customer experience: customer engagement, employee engagement and connections like social media. 360Connext serves mid-market companies and larger by helping them evaluate their true customer experience. The evaluations always lead to improvements which then lead to results like increased online conversions or loyalty.
Jeannie started her career consulting to some of the most prestigious institutions in education, the arts, and healthcare to help them launch or improve their fundraising efforts. She later joined Vox, a customer experience consulting firm, and became President and partner by the time she left 12 years later, when she founded 360Connext. Jeannie has worked with a wide range and size of organizations serving countless entrepreneurs. She has also received many awards for her business contributions and leadership.
Check out my interview with Jeannie Walters to learn valuable advice and tips from Jeannie about: