Friday, May 12, 2017

Quality Defined

There is only one opinion that is important when it comes to defining the quality of your service. That opinion belongs to your customer. In the event the customer believes your quality level to be poor, they simply do not call you again.

Merely calling something "high quality" does not make it so. Monitor all of your work, which can be done in several ways:

  1. You can leave behind a Thank You/Reply Card, #40274. It invites comments. Positive replies can be used as sales tools. If a negative response is received, it should be dealt with immediately.
  2. You can have replies directed to either your Web Site or a Social Media page by leaving behind an invitation sheet for your customer.
  3. You can follow up by a phone call to your customer within 24 hours of service.

Once again you want your customer to "Define Your Quality" so give them the outlet to do just that. Remember quality is like oats. In the case of a horse, they have different levels before and after they are ingested. Make sure your quality is before ingestion.

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