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Trusted teacher: 10 course elements to succeed in your commercial activity! Rethink your offer! – Innovate, rethink your products and services by keeping in mind what your customers need, not what you want to sell to them. – Retarget your products to address a more restricted niche but which will recognize its needs more through this new offer. Don't forget that a product made to please Mr Everybody will ultimately not be bought by anyone because it is too generic. – Set up call products – Rethink the design and ergonomics of your products. – Turn your customers into ambassadors by offering functions and services in your products that offer more than the customer thought they would get when purchasing: – Question your arguments, product sheets… by updating them according to the current evolution of the economy, new modes of communication, the new needs of your customers, according to feedback from your salespeople… Make sure your customers don't forget you! – Tell a story about your company and its products for better memorization and to make your relationship more personal. – Send a physical postcard to best customers for your greetings, with a special promotion and information about your new products – Offer hyper-limited offers in time, prospects are overwhelmed which means that if you do not immediately encourage them to action you have every chance of losing them. – Treat your new customers like stars: roll out the red carpet (call from a sales representative, loyalty chain by email, satisfaction survey, etc.), call them by name in your communications, keep a history of all exchanges made, memorize their preferences and their needs to prevent them from giving the same information over and over again (loyalty card, link to their account in your emails, etc.), give them VIP gifts (VIP access to events, previews, etc.) … After this training (which basically takes 3 months), you will be able to retain your customers and build a solid customer base. You will then see your turnover grow day after day.
Marketing · Sales · Business management
Trusted teacher: Customer service is the support and assistance businesses offer before, during, and after purchasing the products/services. Quality customer service adds an immense amount of value to a product and helps build long-lasting relationships with customers. Today’s customer service is much more than traditional phone support. Rapid tech advancements reshaped the way businesses interact with customers and created the proliferation of digital service channels. Receiving fast, efficient, personalized support and a seamless experience is what consumers generally expect from brands these days. Customer service should be a top priority for any business and practitioners because ; Customer service expectations are constantly increasing and changing. Consumers value high-quality service and are ready to pay more to receive it. Customer service can significantly influence consumers’ buying decisions. Good customer service helps increase customer satisfaction, improve customer relations and retention. Happy consumers tend to share their positive service experiences, creating positive word-of-mouth for brands. Outstanding customer service can turn customers into brand advocates, which brings in more traffic and referrals. Consumers will not tolerate bad service and leave brands that fail to meet their service expectations. Unsatisfied customers can damage a brand’s reputation by sharing their negative service experiences through social networks and review sites. Investing in service improvement is cheaper than dealing with a damaged reputation caused by poor service. High-quality customer service ultimately results in continued revenue growth. Please feel free to join my class for a practical and a top notch tutorial on customer service for continuous improvement in the service and product sector .
Customer service · Marketing · Sales
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