Not just “please leave a message” but “we are so sorry that no-one is able to help you right away, but we promise to call you back by 9:30am tomorrow if you would be kind enough to leave your number” or something similar. And make certain you always deliver on that promise.
When choosing an electrician, you should make sure that they are fully qualified and have all the necessary accreditation. This is important as then you know that the work they do will be up to the necessary standards. If you have an unqualified or unaccredited person do work on your home you could void your insurance if anything happens. It pays to make sure that the person working on your home or business is legit as the consequences could be dire if not.
You walk into a lawn furniture shop and you are immediately pounced on by three salespersons. Each is more than happy show you the top of the line outdoor set with the matching bird feeders that run on solar power for that perfect after dinner drink under the stars.
Now, if you’re not a tradesman, then I hope you got the point of being different, being unique. Because no matter what business you are in, you should be trying to be as unique in your field as the tradesman who guarantees he’ll be there on time. You may be wondering what U.S.P. means. It stands for unique selling proposition. What’s unique about your business? Why should anyone choose to do business with you instead of anyone else? You see, if you can’t answer that question, you don’t have an U.S.P. for your business. Take this or leave it, but all of the world’s top marketer’s say you might as well quit right now if you don’t have an U.S.P. for your business. It’s that important.
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Aging is for sissies. Even though my brittle bones break easily now, I need to feel the hurt of a hockey body check, the pain of a torn knee in a football game. While waiting at the batter’s plate for the agonizingly slow arc of a softball pitch I long for the sting of a hardball smacking into my bare hands.
Let’s go to a basic level – business cards. Almost everyone has one. Most are run-of-the-mill black lettering on a white background. Take a look at your business. What’s unique about it? For example, if you offer a service, design a business card that shows the money you’ll save your customer if they go with you.