Nice Best Way To Get Customers photos
April 28, 2018 Best Way To Get Customers

A few nice best way to get customers images I found:

I’m flying today – with Flickr notes!
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I got to the airport early – not a good place to be running late! – and I’m relaxing in the departure lounge (Lounge? When I think of lounge, I think of Frank, Dean and Sammy in Vegas, or at least a comfortable chair with a way to evelate your feet. Airports should call them "waiting rooms" or something closer to reality . . . ) waiting for my flight to ATL.

Check out the notes to see what’s here!

Customer Service from ValleySchwag
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Its one thing to keep in touch with your clients. To develop a high degree of transparency into your company, and is internals. You can take it further and let your customers know when things don’t go well ahead of time. Letting them know what to expect and how you are trying to fix it. You can monitor your email, and blog for feedback. And to take the temperature of how your clients feel about you. These are all things that help you understand the environment you are working in, and how well you are doing. RubyRedLabs, more specifically ValleySchwag takes this aspect very seriously, so seriously in fact they make a point of continually responding to the comments of there customers.

What impresses me is a letter I received in the mail this weekend. Earlier in the week, I posted on the ValleySchwag blog "Although I would have loved a RubyRedLabs sticker. O’ well maybe next time. ;-)". I was not expecting to get a hand written letter from Amy. WOW! Do you know how long its been since I’v received a hand written letter form some one I was not intimate with? (I don’t think its ever happened).

So, I will take this as a lessen, and make a point to begin writing letters to clients. With luck, I will be able to affect some of my clients in the same way.

Thank you Amy @ Valleyschwag

Customer Service from ValleySchwag
best way to get customers
Its one thing to keep in touch with your clients. To develop a high degree of transparency into your company, and is internals. You can take it further and let your customers know when things don’t go well ahead of time. Letting them know what to expect and how you are trying to fix it. You can monitor your email, and blog for feedback. And to take the temperature of how your clients feel about you. These are all things that help you understand the environment you are working in, and how well you are doing. RubyRedLabs, more specifically ValleySchwag takes this aspect very seriously, so seriously in fact they make a point of continually responding to the comments of there customers.

What impresses me is a letter I received in the mail this weekend. Earlier in the week, I posted on the ValleySchwag blog "Although I would have loved a RubyRedLabs sticker. O’ well maybe next time. ;-)". I was not expecting to get a hand written letter from Amy. WOW! Do you know how long its been since I’v received a hand written letter form some one I was not intimate with? (I don’t think its ever happened).

So, I will take this as a lessen, and make a point to begin writing letters to clients. With luck, I will be able to affect some of my clients in the same way.

Thank you Amy @ Valleyschwag

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