- Give your customers as few steps as possible to get the job done. Don’t make them go through a ton of steps to get something accomplished. Reduce their effort as much as possible, or do it for them. Help them solve their problems. Don’t make them chase their solutions.
- Spend time getting to know your customers. This not only involves them, but it helps you to improve your products or services based on their likes, dislikes, goals, etc. Creating a personal experience gives your business opportunities to grow. It also makes your customers feel valued.
- Turn a bad customer service experience into a great customer service recovery. Listen, ask questions, clarify what went wrong, and then start the process of gaining their trust back. Don’t just walk away from an unsolved problem.
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