Improve the relationship with the customer by focusing on calming the typical fears a home owner has about a new, unknown (and possibly very strange) carpet cleaning technician walking into their home. Read and IMPLEMENT this quickTIP …. please!
While carpet cleaning can be physically demanding work, there is no need to be a brute about it. Thinking ahead to avoid unnecessary damage can save time, save money and most importantly impress your customers. See how these principles are applied to moving “large dressers”.
After having thoroughly impressed the customer with your cleaning and service skills, it is now time to lay the ground work for a future relationship. What better way than with a gift that “keeps on giving”?
An Oklahoma business owner wants to do right by his employees but is frustrated by their apathy and fear in selling carpet protector. Steve shares 7 steps that he used to super-charge his Scotchgard carpet protector sales …
So how can you create a positive Moment of Truth out of the customer thanking you? And should you subtly encourage them to refer you to others? (Even online?) But more importantly- should you? Bill Yeadon gives both sides of the “Great Debate”.