Offering Proper Support to Your Customers
I’m trying to watch my tone and my language on this one, but if there’s something that brown’s my butt, it’s a lack of customer service. Are you or your staff offering proper support to your customers? Bottom line is, if it’s not happening, it’s ruining your reputation and in the long run, will have devastating effects on your bottom line – your bank account. Continue reading Offering Proper Support to Your Customers
Seven Necessary WordPress Plugins
Having a fast, secure and user-friendly website is necessary for better placement in the SERPs, user engagement, and driving conversions. WordPress plugins can help in achieving those goals. Below are seven necessary WordPress plugins for your site.
Yoast SEO or All in One SEO Pack
No list of necessary WordPress plugins would be complete without Yoast SEO or All in One SEO Pack. Either one will work great. Use All in One SEO Pack if your skill level is more basic, but for more advanced abilities, Yoast SEO offers more flexibility. Continue reading Seven Most Necessary WordPress Plugins
It’s All About Psychology – Building Relationships Pt. IX
Remember: People care about themselves first, then anyone else who seems to care about them too. So when you do things for the people who are giving you their time (reading what you write), they learn to value what you say and do things to benefit you so that you feel like continuing to do things for them. It’s not about you at all. It’s all about psychology.
What usually gets you in trouble is the fact that you’re thinking about yourself and what you’re trying to accomplish. That keeps you from seeing the fact that if you want other people to give you what you want, you have to give them what they want first. And again, I repeat, it’s all about psychology. Continue reading No Denying – It’s All About Psychology
Getting Customers and Subscribers on Board – Building Relationships Pt. VIII
Well, we’re finally here – the second last part of Building Relationships for the Long Term. I sure hope you have learned a lot about running a successful newsletter and building lasting relationships with your customers and subscribers. This post is long, but for the sake of winding down, I decided to do it this way. In this second last post, I’m going to talk about getting customers and subscribers on board – how you can get them to give you exactly what you want by appearing like you don’t really want it at all. Continue reading Getting Customers and Subscribers on Board
Why It Is Important To Be Yourself … Building Relationships Pt. VII
Gedday, as they say “down under”. I’m winding down to the end of the posts on building relationships for the long term. But I feel I still need to go over a few things before all is said and done. Today I’ll jump right into why it is important to be yourself.
Another important aspect of running your own successful customer relations newsletter is that it requires you to be bold. It requires you to expect and accept the fact that some people are going to flat out reject you. If you can’t deal with rejection it is important that you find a way to cope with it and try not to take it too personally.
Trust is a result of people seeing you as a real person willing to share of yourself and not just an automated, cloned robot pushing out recycled articles and ads just like everyone else seems to do. That’s why it is important to be yourself. Continue reading Why It Is Important To Be Yourself
Give Them More of What They Want – Building Relationships Pt. VI
I hope you’re learning something valuable with this series of posts about Building Relationships for the Long Term. I’m anticipating that by the time I’ve posted the last article, you’ll have an arsenal of information that will help you succeed in building a strong customer base and keeping them happy to be on your list – especially if you give them more of what they want…
Today I want to talk more about giving your readers what they want. Continue reading Give Them More of What They Want
Put Your Customers and Subscribers at Ease – Building Relationships Pt. V
I hope you’ve been enjoying and learning from my Building Relationships for the Long Term series of posts. This post is even longer than the last, so I do apologize. Sometimes it’s hard to cut things short (and I talk a lot). Today I’m going to talk about how you can put your customers and subscribers at ease, feel like they can talk to you about their questions and concerns, and that you actually care about what they have to say. Continue reading Put Your Customers and Subscribers at Ease
Evaluate Your Current Image – Building Relationships Pt. IV
Continuing on with my original post Building Relationships for the Long Term, and the posts that followed on January 6th and 7th, today I’m going to jump right in and talk about the three things you can do right now to change the way people see you on your journey to building relationships for the long term. If your goal is to build trusting relationships with your subscribers, you need to evaluate your current image. Continue reading Evaluate Your Current Image – Bldg Relationships Pt. IV
Online Relationship Building – Building Relationships Pt. III
This post is fairly long, but full of valuable information for your consideration.
Turning a one-time Subscriber to your list into a long-term client has a lot more to do with relationship building than offering products for sale. Building relationships for the long term will be mutually beneficial to you and your subscribers. If your business is only on the internet, you have to develop your online relationship building skills. Continue reading Online Relationship Building Skills
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Build Solid Relationships
Building Relationships for the Long Term – Part II
Here’s one way to build solid relationships I mentioned in “Building Relationships for the Long Term”:
A Newsletter Continue reading Build Solid Relationships – Building Relationships Pt. II