Why Do Some Businesses Need To Be Reminded Who The Customer Is?
With such a competitive commercial world in which our businesses compete in every day, customer service and user experience are at the final frontier of differentiation today. Service with a smile that makes people feel good about a transaction, big or small, always leads to a favourable outcome for all parties involved.
It’s a steadfast rule that has been around since barter began.
So, why are some businesses getting it so wrong?
My name is Christopher Melotti, from Melotti Media Copywriting and Marketing Solutions.
(1) Is your content engaging your audience?
(2) Do you have the optimal marketing strategy?
(3) Are your words achieving your goals?
If you didn’t answer YES to any of these, or you’re unsure, it’s time to contact me.
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So, you’ve committed to writing a regular blog, or producing engaging content for your anxiously awaiting audience, who are ready for your next words to drop...
But then you suddenly remember reality: everyone’s time is precious and people are bombarded with too much content.
Then, how do you get them to read your stuff???
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