Thank-you notes as marketing
Thank-you notes are a great way to build your business, though their power as marketing tools is often overlooked. The reason thank-you notes are good for business is that showing your appreciation to others earns appreciation and respect for you. This, in turn, opens many doors that lead the way to business benefits such as repeat business, customer loyalty, preferential treatment from suppliers, employee productivity and of course quality referrals. When you send Thank you notes, your business earns an admirable reputation that makes earning money easier on every level
This is where we help your business grow
Your customers are the pulse of your business, so it makes sense that you should send thank-you notes to your customers after they’ve made a purchase. But when your company is a volume-based business, it would be absolutely impossible to hand-write those notes yourself. It is very much a time consuming and boring operation which prevents your team from focussing on other important parts of the business. It is not rocket science, but it is important to get it right, all the time.
When partnering with Jiahu, lack of time, resources, focus or manpower are no longer an issue. The only question you need to ask is how many pleasantly surprised customers, partners or leads would benefit your business today
Customers are now ambassadors
Put yourself in your customers’ shoes: You work hard for your money, try to make intelligent buying decisions, and you’ve just made an investment. Wouldn’t it make you feel valued – even special – if the seller personally thanked you for your trust? Purchases aren’t the only time you can send thank-you notes to customers, either. If you run a hotel, host a conference, seminar or other event you can thank potential customers for their attendance. You can thank customers for taking a sales call, agreeing to meet with you or just about anything else that has to do with the overall sales process. No matter the prompt, a meaningful thank-you note vastly increases the likelihood that you’ll convert interested parties into customers and customers into ambassadors. Ultimately we extend the customer life-cycle and increase the amount spend per customer. Not bad is it?