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Turning Your Customers into Evangelists

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Turn your customers into evangelists by stopping the trend of poor customer service.

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Turning Your Customers into Evangelists

  1. 1. Stop the trend of poor customer service, and discover the benefits of Turning Your Customers Into Evangelists .
  2. 2. Today’s internet users accept the general extinction of online customer service. Stopping this trend and returning to “good ol’ fashioned” service for your email marketing customer can pay dividends beyond imagining.
  3. 3. If you are able to treat every prospect as a treasured partner, supporter, and friend you will not only earn their undying trust and loyalty, but you'll find that the best and most effective marketing for your company is being achieved by widespread advocate squads of your own customers!
  4. 4. It's not enough to just pay lip service to a policy that you care for your customer, you need to prove it every day and in every instance.
  5. 5. Only the tiniest fraction of a percentage of your customer base is going to be lodging concerns on any given day, so you don't need to allocate a devastating amount of manpower.
  6. 6. Are you treating your customer like a family member or a best friend? Are you doing everything in your power to ensure that they are content, satisfied, and even outright enthusiastic about your brand? If so, you're on the way to a long term profitability that will survive the tests of time.
  7. 7. For visual learners (video): Treat your customers like family and get great testimonials . Be sure to follow us on twitter: @BenchmarkEmail Also, Like Benchmark Email on Facebook . . . . .

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