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Do You Send Thank You Cards to Your Clients?

Than Your Cards

How often do you receive or send out a Thank You Cards?

How do you communicate with your customers if you are not sending them Thank You Cards?

Do you send thank you cards to your clients?

Did you know that not saying thank
you to a customer hurts your business
more than saying thank you helps.

Let me say that again.

Not saying thank you hurts your business more than saying thank you helps.

What I mean by that is our customers and clients
expect to receive a thank you; especially if they
spend a lot of money with us.

They expect us to at least acknowledge and thank them.

If I buy a house, I expect a thank you.

If I buy a car, I expect a thank you.

If I buy a Snickers I don't necessarily expect a thank you.

Big ticket items = increased expectations

If you don't send thank you cards to your clients,
do you know what they are thinking?

They are thinking you don't care about them!

Studies show the reason why we lose 68%
of our clients and customers is because they
don't think we care about them.

Here is a simple solution I found to let my customers know I care about them.

Watch This 3 Minute Thank You Cards Video

For $5.48 a year I can send 4 custom
greeting cards to my clients to keep in
touch with them and let them know I
appreciate them.

How much is one dedicated, loyal, and
happy client worth to you?

Is it worth $5.48 a year?

If so watch this 3 minute video for more information:

Watch This 3 Minute Thank You Cards Video

Once you watch the video, email me back
and I'll be happy to help you get started!

About the author: Shawn is the founder of Shawn Johnson Inc, a blog about marketing and making money. He shares how his marketing and income results sky rocketed on his mlm lead system pro page. He paid off his credit cards and mortgage mainly due to his part-time side affiliate businesses. Click here to learn about starting a profitable online business!

1 comment… add one
  • Paige Tucker January 12, 2013, 2:07 pm

    Great suggestion to send thank you cards instead of thank you e-mails! Personal, tangible connections are still important.

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