Download 50 powerful ideas you can use to keep your customers by Paul R Timm PH.D. PDF

Download 50 powerful ideas you can use to keep your customers by Paul R Timm PH.D. PDF

By Paul R Timm PH.D.

Due to the fact publishing the 1st version of this vintage that has offered over 250,000 copies, the demanding situations of conserving customers-or developing buyer loyalty-has turn into much more pressing. finally, each winning firm needs to allure, serve, and win the loyalty of consumers through delivering beneficial items and supplying first-class carrier. Turned-off buyers produce devastating ripple results that fast drag businesses right into a morass of mediocrity, whereas companies that creatively follow a continuing stream of small, customer-centered options see constant and chronic strengthening in their shopper base. This publication gets all managers and staff brooding about the little issues which can make the entire distinction. If every body in a company improves expertise of the straightforward but robust principles during this quantity, the corporate can and should see dramatic advancements in provider and shopper loyalty. The effect at the final analysis can be dramatic.

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All he would have needed to do was say hello and let me know that he would be with me momentarily. 3. Smile As the old adage goes, "Smile. " But more importantly, it'll tell customers that they came to the right place and are on friendly ground. Keep in mind that a smile originates in two places, the mouth and the eyes. A lips-only version looks pasted Page 35 on, insincere. It's like saying "cheese" when being photographed. It doesn't fool anyone. The eyes, however, are the windows to the soul and tell the truth about your feelings toward people.

Page 37 5. Get the Customer Doing Something Telling people about your products or services isn't usually enough. Showing them how it works is much better. But to really serve your customers, get them involvedget their hands on your products in some way and they'll feel better about you and your company. Studies of successful computer salespeople, for example, show that they encourage customers to sit down at the computer as soon as possible to get them playing with it. They don't dazzle (or confuse) the customer with hi-tech jargon or even information about the machine's capabilities.

This book shows you at least 50 ways to exceed customer expectations. The Service Revolution Is Now Clearly a service revolution is taking place right now. We are free to choose our roles in this revolution. We can continue to grapple in the dark and assume that an occasional upset customer is of no major consequence to us. Or we can accept the fact that every customer is exceptionally valuable to our organizationand to our career success. Now let's get on with those 50 Powerful Ideas You Can Use to Keep Your Customers.

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