As Alan Weiss (guru consultant expert) said: "Actually, it is difficult to contact clients too. American Diabetes Association addresses the importance of the matter here. It is easy to make contact with them quite often. Ken Cron brings even more insight to the discussion. If there is anyone anywhere who has ever sent a check for its services and those who have not reported in the last six months, we will never reach its growth potential. The secret is simple: Establish an ongoing dialogue with customers. In the worst case, a monologue to do. "You business fails they do not ask.
You can not remember if not kept in the minds of its customers. But how can keep your name on the tip of the tongue? Here are 38 ways: Printing: Letters, brochures, newsletters, article reprints, job aids and checklists, posters and phrases, pictures, testimonials and examples of past work. Phone Calls to "be in touch ', to 1800 (or 800 in the U.S.) the number and hotline to encourage the use, the information provided on meetings or events of interest long-term reminders of the responsibilities of monitoring and dates, introduction to third parties (ie customers of its client). Events Interviews with the client for industry magazines, industry and attendance at meetings of professionals serving the client, the organization of regular conferences on topics of interest, acting as an intermediary with other customers for mutual learning. Internet Web page updates and additions; 'website password' reserved for clients, regular email contact, mark on your electronic signature, e-mail with ideas and suggestions, references and / or links to relevant sites, a room chat on your website, an extranet Personal Visits to the client without any particular program, key business dinner, sending Christmas cards or gifts (as permitted), participating in mutual charity events and fundraising community search and social activities, the sending of "I'll be in the area "Cards. Other Co-authored articles with the client, sending fax messages and information and advertisements in industry client reads, exhibiting at trade shows attended by key customers, ask the client to help you as a critic, counselor, director, etc., inviting the customer to be on your advisory board, breakfast or lunch you sponsor meetings on relevant topics.
Obviously, not all of these methods lend themselves to their own business. But I surprised and embarrassed that there are so many ways you can keep in touch with my clients that I currently am. What could be helpful in developing a communications strategy for each of their clients, using a list of the most appropriate of these methods for each individual client. When you match consumer psychology with effective communication styles you get a powerful combination. Lee Hopkins can show you how to communicate better for better business results. In you can find the secrets of successful communication.