Do you ever feel like you’re just too comfortable?
You are at a point in your business that every owner or entrepreneur wants to reach: you have a dedicated client base, a solid stream of revenue, and you still really enjoy what you do day to day. You are the object of so many people’s envy.
And yet, for some reason, you still have an itching feeling that you’re not doing enough. You feel like accepting your current level of success means you’re being complacent and the idea that you could be complacent makes you shudder.
No one blames you for wanting your business to see rapid and rampant growth. We all want that. But maybe it’s your current level of comfort that has you blind to the opportunities for rampant growth all around you.
A business grows one customer at a time. Sure, maybe a whole bunch of customers can come and buy your product or service within the same hour, but every single buy is a new relationship. These new and existing relationships from your client base are something you have to capitalize on in order to see the growth you want.
You might even think you’re already capitalizing on these relationships. You are asking them for referrals and giving them “try it free” cards to hand out to their friends and family. But…
What are you doing to capture and share how much they love your business? What are you doing to turn that feedback into viral marketing opportunities?
If you’re not sure whether or not you’re doing everything within your power to maximize the reach & influence of your customers’ testimonials, this blog post will clear the air. We’ll go through the 7 signs that you’re leaving potential on the table when it comes to capturing, sharing, and growing from your clients’ feedback.
Because as good as all the other marketing channels are, no one sells better than the people who have already purchased and love it. If you can get testimonials from clients formatted in a way to spread virally, you’ll direct massive web traffic to your site and boost your overall business.