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Do you make your clients feel special Do you give them as much love after they purchase as you did wooing them 🥰
So many businesses get the sale and forget about the potential of repeat business and nurturing their client base.
It’s common knowledge that it costs a lot more to acquire a new client than it does to keep an existing one. So what are you doing to keep your clients happy
✨Talk to your client base regularly via email (but don’t be annoying!)
✨ Give them something for free - advice, a special offer, a discount...
✨ Create a loyalty program - surprise them and give something they would love. Not sure what Ask them...
Remember it’s all about creating exceptional customer service so that ultimately your clients become advocates and spread the word ✨✨
Why do we do this Why do we downplay our achievements and minimise our hard, passionate, skilled work The number of times I’ve been talking to a client or friend and they casually mention something AWESOME that they’ve just done or achieved, but then brush it off like it was nothing.
Most say it’s because they don’t want to appear arrogant, or seem like they’re bragging. No one wants to be that person that annoys everyone by talking incessantly about themselves. I get it.
But what if there was another way What if there was a way to share who you are, what’s important to you and what you’ve achieved so far in this life (career + personal) - without feeling icky or weird or awkward
Would you be interested Because most women are supportive of other people’s achievements. They push their friends forward for promotions, or suggest people for business opportunities, or offer connections to anyone that asks - yet they won’t offer themselves. Even if they are the best woman for the job (or opportunity).
We all rise together, but you need to step forward and acknowledge that it’s ok to be seen and to be recognised for doing good work and for being talented, skilled, passionate and yourself. Otherwise it will simply be the loudest and most extroverted people that continue to be acknowledged and congratulated and offered the job/pay rise/booking etc.
If we don’t know who you are, what you can do and what you’ve achieved - it’s very hard to trust you and to trust that you are the best choice. But if we can connect with you - in real life and in the digital space - we start to build a relationship. And from relationships come everything you’ve been seeking.
This is what one of my services offer - and it’s amazing. I’ve got women who have negotiated pay rises and new offices, have been recognised and headhunted and who have turned down opportunities because they now know that they can do more and deserve more.
If you want to have a chat about it - send me a message or book in a free call in my bio👆🏻👆🏻👆🏻. We’ll have a talk about where you’re at and where you want to go then connect the dots through your words, your style and your confidence.
Yesterday I was at a creatives hangout and one person asked how they can successfully manage their brand social media platforms as a busy business owner with limited funds.
I answered him but I decided to bring it here for y’all that might have same questions. -
Here are the 2 solutions to it👇🏾 1. OUTSOURCE IT: This is the answer to all the things you can’t do in your brand. If there’s anything you can’t do either because you lack the skill or time, simply outsource it. And that includes social media. It’s a full time job that requires skills, time, money, creative thinking. It could become very tasking for a business owner who originally has a busy schedule. So the way out for such a business owner is to outsource it. Now, most small business will complain about money but then that’s your problem to worry about really🤷🏾♀️ -
Just like your store rent, social media is a major factor for your business and major factors incure costs because they yield folds (some take time though). So yes, if you are outsourcing to your staff or a social media manager then you must definitely pay whoever you are hiring except it’s a relative or friend who’s willing to do it for free. That is rare to come by so you are going to pay anyways 🤷🏾♀️😂
2. LEARN HOW TO DO IT YOURSELF: 🤷🏾♀️
You thought 😁 Yes! That’s the only other way out. To learn how to do it yourself really 🤷🏾♀️ Social media management could be very tasking but there are ways around it. With the right information and proper tools, you can always find out easy means to do it like planning and scheduling the posts ahead of time or focusing on the easiest post method for you or changing the your content style.
If you go with this solution then it’ll definitely cost you time no matter how automated you make it.
But like Igbo people will say; Ihe onye kporo ga aburu ya mkpa. If it’s important to you; you’ll make time 🤷🏾♀️
So yes that’s it. I hope this helps you with finding a solution to handling your brand social media platforms. Won’t stop until we equip African businesses with all it takes to build successful and profitable brands especially with the digital solutions all around us. -