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How To Use Personal Greeting Cards To Create Customer Loyalty

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personal greeting cardsMost of us recognize the importance of sending a thank you card to a new customer, but few realize how powerful a tool the simple thank you card is for increasing customer loyalty. What I mean by custom thank you cards is making each card you send tailored to the person receiving it. The results are amazing. Here are 7 suggestions for using custom thank you cards to increase referrals, attract new business, and secure and improve customer loyalty no matter what you sell: read more

The Power of Custom Thank You Cards

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Most of us recognize the importance of sending a thank you card to a new customer, but few realize how powerful a tool the simple thank you card is for increasing customer loyalty. What I mean by custom thank you cards is making each card you send tailored to the person receiving it. The results are amazing. Here are 7 suggestions for using custom thank you cards to increase referrals, attract new business, and secure and improve customer loyalty no matter what you sell: read more

The Power Of A Greeting Card

power of a greeting cardMost of us recognize the importance of sending a thank you card to a new customer, but few realize how powerful a tool the simple greeting card is for increasing customer loyalty. When working with my clients, I recommend they send at least 3 unexpected cards a day. The results are amazing. Here are 7 suggestions for using cards to increase referrals, attract new business, and secure and improve customer loyalty no matter what you sell:

  1. After a Sale: It goes without saying that we should send a thank you card to a new customer, but for real impact send a card after every meeting with a customer or prospect.
  2. To people you don’t sell: Thank you for letting me show you my product/service, I enjoyed meeting you, and I appreciate your consideration. We couldn’t get together on your needs this time, but I hope that we think we can help you’ll remember me. Please let me know if there is any way I can be of service.
  3. Client after sending you a referral: When someone send you a referral send them a card with a gift card included. I use a $5 or $10 Starbucks card.
  4. When you first meet someone: Any time you meet someone new, send a card letting them know it was nice meeting them. Depending on the circumstance, you may want to follow up a few days later with a post card telling them what you do in case they know of anyone who you could help.
  5. Send an unexpected card: look for reasons to congratulate, uplift or motivate others. For example when someone has a birthday, a new child, moves into a new home or office, is written up in your local newspaper, etc.
  6. “A few words about”: This is a card that starts with a few words about … example, a few words about … your presentation at today’s meeting, it was great! When you meet someone, get to know their interests and when you see an article or learn something that may be of value, send it to him or her.
  7. When you receive good service: send a thank you card also if possible send a card to that person’s supervisor commenting on the service you received. It’s amazing how much better the service is the next time you do business.

Your probably thinking that’s a lot of cards and it is. But consider this, sales trainer and success coach Tom Hopkins recommends that salespeople send out 10 cards a day. He predicts by following this routine you can multiply your average income per sale by 36 to see the minimum extra income sending cards will generate for you in the next 12 months. read more

Competing In Tough Times With Business Thank You Cards

Competing In Tough Times With Business Thank You NotesIn today’s challenging economic climate, it is more and more important than ever that we cultivate relationships with our prospects, customers and resources. People do business with people they know, like and trust AND who by their actions show that they are there to help. One easy and cost effective way to do this is to make sending business thank you notes a part of your daily plan of action.

Every day we are bombarded with bad economic news, making it easy to bury your head in the sand. This is a big mistake. When times are tough it’s more important to stay in touch with your customer and prospects, without bombarding them with marketing messages. This is the time to stand above the crowd by using the power of recognition, appreciation and gratitude. Here’s a few suggestions how:Do something every day to make your customers, prospects and resources feel good. read more