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Money Can't Buy This! Only You Can Do It!

Published on 2/24/2012
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This Is The Continuation of the blog titled. A Work In Progress, Putting it all together. They Network. They Build Online Relationships With Their Subscribers. They become friends with their Subscribers. They Do Business With Their Friends. Statistics show us that it takes an average of about 7 follow up emails before the first sale is made to any one of your mailing list subscribers. It shows that people tend to hold back most of the time, until they have established an online relationship with you. Customer service or after sales service as well as follow up and over delivery are especially important when it comes to your online customer, or potential customer. There are several ways for your business to interact with your customer or website visitor to build on-line relationships. Running a blog is a great way of keeping in touch with your customers. Give your customers more information about your products and services. Add blog posts with valuable information your customers can actually use. Allow your customers to comment and ask questions related to the post. Include a contact form and an optin form where they can subscribe to a newsletter. Use Live Chat On Your Blog. Live chat is a great way of keeping your customers up to date with your special offers and other things that are happening in your life. The chat shouldn’t revolve around you and your business though. Make a point of “listening” to your customer and genuinely be interested in them. If you need to pretend to like them then they are not your customer and someone else can serve them better. Know their birthday. Know when their first child or grandchild will be born. Sympathise with them if a relation is in hospital. Help them, if you live close and they need something they can’t do themselves. Offer your help whenever possible. Be a real friend. Join Social Network Websites. Build a profile on social network websites. You can find lots of social network websites on the internet. Join a few of the best ones. I suggest joining no more than 3 networks and work on establishing a great profile on them first before joining others. It will be almost impossible to use more on a daily basis. Once you have a great profile start making friends. As with using the chat, get to know the people you meet, become friends and treat them as friends. Friends first,business second. That comes later once your new friends get to know you and learn to trust you. Remember their birthdays, anniversaries and other things that are important to them. Follow Up With Your Customers. Successful relationships are the foundation of success, both in life and in business. Effective relationship building skills can mean the difference between success or failure. The importance of building strong, long term relationships by taking the time to effectively follow up, cannot be overstated. Everyone wants to feel special, valued and remembered. Take the time to make your customers feel valued, build a positive relationship of trust and respect with prospective and existing customers. Remember The Law of Attraction. What you give is what you get. Whatever you put out into the world is what you will get back in return. It only takes an extra few minutes a day, to appreciate your customers and prospective customers. Focus on giving instead of getting and remember that business relationship building takes time, organisation and perseverance, but it is well worth it in the end. My website.
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