Many businesses and brands see a drastic decline in sales during the summer months. School is out, families (and your employees) are going on vacation, and everyone is gearing up for the holiday season and the start of the fiscal fourth quarter.
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Having open communication with your customers is essential for building strong relationships, gaining insight into their needs, and providing excellent customer service. Here at Foxie, we have found that these six strategies help in keeping the lines of communication flowing with customers.
You got on an airplane, picked up your rental car and checked into your hotel. You put on some nice clothes, met a lot of interesting people, and learned some cool new things.
The conference ends and you go back to your hotel room. You take off your shoes, change clothes, and begin thinking about your trip back home and what faces when you get there. The kids, the dog, you need to do laundry and go to the store, etc.
Hold on. You just attended a conference that comes with expenses and your boss expects to see a return on his/her investment.
All sales/call centers have good and bad agents, it’s the nature of the business. It’s how you are measuring what is good for your company, and what isn’t, that will enable you to minimize inefficiencies and maximize revenue. Focusing on and expanding upon what is working, and fixing or replacing what isn’t working as efficiently as it needs to be, are the keys every successful business focuses on.
Customer health scoring is an essential tool for small businesses to understand the health of their customer relationships. It helps companies identify which customers are most likely to remain loyal and which ones are at risk of churning, or leaving for a competitor. By regularly monitoring and improving their customer health score, small businesses can allocate their resources more effectively, prioritize customer engagement and retention efforts, and ultimately improve their bottom line.