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Customer Relationships

Mike Montague interviews Shawn Nason on How to Succeed at Radical Relationships.

Humans are either open or close minded to any suggestion. Once the mind is closed its nigh impossible to open it back up again until that person wants to re-open their mind.

 

Mike Montague interviews Hamish Knox on How to Succeed When a Client Leaves.

Are “Relationships” really relevant to the sales profession?

 

One of best pieces of advice I ever received about holding on to important clients and customers was this: During times of uncertainty, approach your business contacts from a different perspective than during so-called “normal” times.

 

The global pandemic has highlighted the need for sales teams to focus appropriate amounts of selling time, effort, and energy on client retention.

 

Everyone loves a good quiz and the Sandler Research Center has a tricky question for any business leader responsible for customer success or net revenue retention.

 

Mike Montague interviews Ray Setter on How to Succeed at Customer Service.

 

The value of client retention is significant, especially when compared to the cost of customer acquisition.

We’ve all read the estimates on how much more expensive it is to find new clients than it is to nurture and retain existing ones. One of the most important ways to retain clients is to view an honest understanding of their interactions with your company. What are the different touch points and how well does your company act and react at all those points along the way?

 

Let’s state the obvious here: Your customer is your business and customer satisfaction is crucial to the success of your business.So how are you measuring customer satisfaction? If you’re like most businesses, you’re using customer feedback surveys. (And if you’re not, you should get on board.)

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