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4 Ways to Build Better Relationships With Your Customers

Salesperson giving product to female customer in tea storeNo matter what kind of business you run or what industry you are in, your customers give it life. Without them, you would never be able to get to what you love the most.

Building a strong relationship with your customers is a sure-fire way to not only keep them coming back, but also drive new customers to you.

Follow these 4 simple tips to ensure that your customers are happy, smiling, and have a good relationship with your business.

1. Listen and Respond to Their Feedback

Like you, your customers have an opinion about their interactions with the products and services of your business. Although some of their opinions may not be useful to your business, it is important that you make your customers feel as if their feedback is heard. Take the time to listen and respond to your customer’s feedback. This can be done in person, online, or even through a traditional suggestion box.

You should not be the only person in your business with this plan of action. Take the time to implement a system into your employees’ everyday interactions with customers to help them create a more pleasant experience. This can be something as simple as a statement or something more complex, such as a form to be filled out. What is important is that your customer feel as if their ideas and thoughts are being taken into account.

2. Make Suggested Changes

This goes hand-in-hand with number one. If you are getting an overwhelming suggestion to make a change to a certain aspect of your business, you probably should. If your customers are not happy with an operation in your business, they will most likely move on to another business that gives them what they want. Beat them to the punch by making suggested changes.

Not only will it make your customers happy, but it will also make them feel as if they are a part of the company.

3. Go Above and Beyond

Having outstanding customer service is key to having happy customers. Ensure that you are going above and beyond for each and every customer.

One of the most common mistakes that many businesses make is using scripts. The customer service hotline is expected to be a dreaded phone call with long wait times and scripted individuals behind the phone. By eliminating scripts, your employees will have a more natural and personal conversation that will lead to an overall better experience.

There are nearly endless ways that your business can improve its customer service. Showing that you are making an effort to please your customers is the easiest way to increase their mood.

4. Offer Specials or Discounts

One of the easiest ways for your business to show appreciation to loyal customers is through discounts or promotions. Using loyalty programs or simply offering seasonal sales can help you build stronger relationships with your customers and attract new ones.

If your business is tight on cash, seek the help of a business financing company. A business financing company will be able to help your business secure a strong source of cash to help your business do something nice for its customers.

By using factoring, your business will be able to sell its outstanding invoices to the business financing company to get an up to 96% cash advance in just 24 hours or less. This form of financing is the fastest and easiest way for your business to build cash to implement a promotion or discount.

Having happy customers is key to having a successful business. Follow these four tips to build better relationships with your customers today.

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author image Since 1991 I specialize in Invoice Factoring, PO financing and ABL facilities. I currently work internationally with companies in the US and Canada via our internet marketing division. Specialties: Accounts Receivable Factoring and Payroll Funding for Manufacturing, Oil & Gas, Telecommunications, Wholesale Trade Distribution, Staffing and Transportation. I always enjoy helping companies rise to the next level of success.

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