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At Verbatim we try to deliver the same feeling of treating your clients and regular callers like welcome guests as my good friend Damianos does in our favourite bar in Corfu. All of our clients have access to our VIP and frequent caller module so that when a regular calls your office we’ll treat them like a welcome guest. It’s all part of the Verbatim service.
Over the 21 years of running Verbatim, I’ve become acutely aware of some of the biggest mistakes that businesses make when communicating with clients and prospects on the phone.
And one of the biggest ones is not thinking hard enough about what sort of language they use.
Last week I shared two experiences we had with Uber, and how individuals in a company can have a tremendous impact on your brand, both good and bad.
And it’s something that I wanted to address in a bit more detail this week, as it often seems to me that a lot of businesses pay precious little attention to the message that the individuals in their business give to prospective and existing customers.
I like to read, and the summer is when I can really get my teeth into a book.
And when I read, I love to read William Boyd.
The man is a sensational writer, with this uncanny ability to write about life and the random nature of the existence we have.
And last Friday, I felt like I’d been dropped into a Boyd plot.
One of the concerns businesses have about outsourcing is the initial set up costs – money, time and effort. If you’ve been putting off setting up your call answering service because you’re concerned about what you’ll need to invest, this blog post is for you.
We all want to impress our customers, stand out from the competition and grow our business. However, that means going the extra mile and putting in a little effort to delight your clients. It’s all about meeting and then exceeding expectations with some little added extras. That’s what motivates people to leave you great reviews, recommend you to their friends and stay loyal to you. So, what are these added extras?
Having time focused on people and activities you love outside of work will make you more productive and happier when your return to business. However, we don’t want to risk sacrificing the success of our businesses. So what’s the answer? We’re sharing 5 different ways you can bring back the work/life balance