Taking care of your clients

How good are you at taking care of your clients? What do people think when they contact your company on the phone? Take a look at the 11 questions below and be honest with yourself; no one will know your answers but you.

1. Do you return calls from clients or prospects first?
2. Do you fight hard for your client’s rights and always do what’s best for them?
3. When you meet with a client, do you listen more than you talk?
4. Are you always on time for meetings with clients?
5. Have you written your top 50 clients a handwritten thank you note in the last six months?
6. Would your clients tell a third party that they love you and your company and feel appreciated? (Remember, be honest)
7. When your clients ask you a question and you do not know the answer, do you fake it so to not make them think you don’t know what you’re doing?
8. Does your entire team know who your top 50 clients are?
9. If someone were to call your company right now, would they be impressed? Would you?
10. Do the people who answer your phones know the products and services of your entire company, inside and out?
11. Is your receptionist the lowest paid person at your company?
How did you score on this test? Do your clients really feel like you value them and always do what’s best for them? Or do your clients have legitimate reasons to be looking for someone else to work with?
No one said it would be easy to be successful in business, but there are a ton of little things you can do to set yourself apart from the competition. Look through the questions again and see if there aren’t some steps you can take to improve your company.

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