Customer Number One is All Your Customers – Part 2

Here’s why.

(If you missed part one just click here.)

ThanksYou cannot wave a magic wand and expect impeccable customer service to be present. Everyone in the company must be committed to superior customer service and to prove their commitment to every first time buyer all the way to your best buyers.

And as the word strategy implies, there is a gradual change in your business operations. From the boss’s office on down to each employee, there is a commitment to create a better customer focus each and every day.

This commitment, along with trust building can easily be ingrained in the company’s marketing management team.

Customer satisfaction is real

No matter how hard a company may try for complete customer satisfaction, accidents do happen. If a customer is not satisfied with a purchase, and the company moves too slowly to resolve the problem, the trust earned is easily lost.

A lack of commitment by an employee can quickly lose any trust a company earned. But a positive reaction correcting the problem helps to eliminate it from the customer’s memory.

Day in and day out, just about everyone makes a promise or a personal commitment to do something. Here are a few questions you may need to answer after making the commitment to a better customer-centric marketing experience.

  • When it comes to employees, is everyone committed to your company’s goals and objectives?
  • Does your company have a certain standard of commitment?
  • Is it the combination of both supporting and improving behaviors that define the practice of commitment?

 

A Customer-Centric Marketing strategy is always evolving.

Why? Customers change, your industry changes and even your products and services will change. The commitment you make to your customer service will always make sure that change will be for the better. And your customers like that as well!

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Everything marketing starts and ends with your customers… cater to them, listen to them and react to them. The results will amaze you.



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