November 17, 2014 Remember8700

Get In Their Brains

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How do you get inside the brain of an average customer? Give them the chance to provide feedback of course. If you don’t give a person the chance to provide an opinion, how will you know what needs to be done in your company? It is simple. One person can’t successfully grow a business. It takes many people to provide different aspects of the puzzle. A person once said, “Two are better than one.” Two masterminds are better than one. What the heck, even three are better than two. This same principle can be applied to your customers. How else will you know what they are thinking about your business?

A customer holds all the key pieces to what it takes to build a loyal base of fans. They are the eyes, ears, and mouth of a business. They know what could be changed about the product, they know what they like, and they know what could use some improvement in the experience. It is always important to utilize surveys, emails and social media to get a feel for what they are thinking. The number one thing is to get them to feel connected to your company. There is no better way to make sure your customer’s experience is top notch.

There are many things you can do to make sure you are hearing all thoughts and opinions. Provide your customers with an incentive to write a review. We all know that word travels fast, whether it is bad or good. There are emails and surveys dedicated to getting the most information you can gather about your services. If you have a call center, have your employees ask questions. “How was your experience with (so and so company) today?” “If you could change one thing about (so and so company), what would it be?” This way it comes straight from the customer’s mouth. Often times, this can be the best way to get feedback. If you want to grow your company, make sure you are asking questions. After all, the customer is what makes your business. Without them, there would be no growth. Have you gotten a handle on what they are thinking?

 

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