Standards of Customer Service

Chuck Dennis presents some important things to consider when setting your customer service standards.

A customer service failure, simply defined, is customer service performance that fails to meet an individual’s expectations. Read on to learn how to restore the customer relationship.

How to Determine Your Customer’s Value

Determining your customer’s value can literally be the most profitable thing you’ll ever do for your business. Here you can learn more about Marginal Net Worth and Lifetime Value.

One of the most important things that can set you apart from your competition is giving better service on the telephone. Here are 5 quick and simple tips for better phone service.

Creating Customer Service Dynamos

With these smart tips, you can turn your employees into customer service pros.

Anatomy Of An Angry Customer

You should not consider angry customers to be the bane of your company’s business. You should embrace them. Read on to learn why.

How to Keep Your Customers Coming Back

Today’s satisfied customer is tomorrow’s competitor’s satisfied customer. Unless you know how to keep them. Learn more in this article.

How to Be a Customer-Focused Company

To really outshine your competition, you must be customer-focused. Here are 10 characteristics of a customer-focused company.

The following list provides a good starting point for thinking about customer service research and how it can help your company deliver superior service.

The 5 Biggest Customer Service Blunders of All Time

While howls of protest over poor customer service continue to fill the air, there remain some businesses that manage to consistently deliver superior service year in and year out. From these businesses we can learn what customer service blunders to avoid.

Customer Service Mistakes Companies Should Avoid

Russ Mate reveals some of the biggest customer service mistakes to be avoided at all cost.

Customer Service Letters: How to Respond in 7 Steps

In this article Rob Warlow shares some tips on how to write a great customer service letter.

A Customer Culture is Built on a Service Ethic

There are many reasons why teams and organizations haven’t developed a culture of intense focus on their customers and partners. But the root cause of poor or just mediocre customer service goes deeper. It has to do with will.

CRM: Keeping Customers Loyal

Customers are now in charge – thanks to the growth of the web – and it’s easier than ever to comparison shop and switch from one business to another with the click of a mouse. Here are 7 ways to keep customers loyal.

Winning Customers Over the Telephone

Do you sometimes wonder where your customers have gone? In a study by the International Customer Research Institute, individuals gave several reasons for becoming “non-repeat” customers. Read on to discover more.

If you want to build a successful business, you have to make it as easy as possible for your prospects and customers to buy from you. Joe Love offers his tips on how to keep customer service simple.

Unlocking the Value of Your Customers

One of the greatest thrills in business is acquiring a new customer. But many businesses are too caught up in the excitement of acquiring new customers that they do not spend enough time or money on unlocking the value of their existing customer base. This article article provides some keys to unlocking customer value.

What’s Your S-E-R-V-U Quotient?

Try applying the S-E-R-V-U Formula to those most important to you; Customers, Employees, Family and Friends.

Start providing unique solutions to your clients, and they’ll become your most vocal referral agents.