SNAP Book 3D 2

You Can Deliver Excellent Customer Service

Your customers are the life blood of your business.

This book presents a simple, yet powerful communication technique that will allow you to connect with your customers and deliver excellent customer service.

Restore full service by proactively informing your customers about the status, the next steps, the approximate timeline and the planned outcomes they can expect.

If you have ever thought about how to improve your customer service or customer loyalty, then the tools taught here are for you.

In plain, to the point, conversational language, you will learn what this technique is and how you can master it — today.

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Status – Next Steps – Approximate Timeline – Planned Outcome

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Excellent Customer Service In 4 Steps

What do our customers want? They want their expectations met or exceeded. When you deliver excellent customer service exceed your customer’s expectations. Do this by using four simple communication techniques.

1. Status

Deliver excellent customer service by letting your customers know about the status of things. Your customers want to know the status of service or of products being delivered. Tell them. This is the first step in how you can deliver excellent customer service.

2. Next Steps

Your customers want to know what to expect about next steps. Again, keep it simple, and tell them. Tell your customers about the next steps they can expect from you. This is critical to how you can deliver excellent customer service.

3. Approximate Timeline

How long can your customer expect to wait? This is important for your customers to know. Be open and honest. Tell them how long they can expect to wait for service or when a product will be delivered. This is very important to setting and managing expectations, and is part of how you can deliver excellent customer service.

4. Planned Outcome

What are you doing for your customer? What do they expect from you? Put the planned outcome in words. Make sure both you and your customer share a common understanding of the planned outcome. Tell your customers; let them know. Make adjustments based on feedback from the customer. This is a critical step in how you deliver excellent customer service.


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Are You Grabbing Customer Service Opportunities?

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