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Category Archives: Customer Satisfaction
Since we launched Phoneworx in January of this year, we have been made increasingly aware at how the world is shifting in terms of getting to know local businesses. We’ve run a really dynamic postcard campaign to introduce ourselves to … Continue reading
Recently, I listened to a great webinar by John Jantsch, author of Duct Tape Marketing. He conducted this for free during the celebration of Small Business Week and I wanted to pass along one of his particularly good pointers. As … Continue reading
Ok, so here’s another topic where you are thinking: “Duh! Of course I know how to answer the phone… I pick it up and say ‘Hello’.” Simple, right? Maybe not. Have you ever really thought about how you and your … Continue reading
By reading our blog, you know that we work pretty darn hard to keep ourselves abreast of trends in the marketplace. We make every effort to share this knowledge with you – our friends and clients! Here’s a tidbit of … Continue reading
Earlier this week, my boss told me that we needed to continue to position and brand Phoneworx as a “purple cow” within our industry. Seeing my confusion, he painted the following picture: “Imagine this – as you drive down the … Continue reading
In today’s world, it’s no longer about what you know or even who you know. Now, it’s all about how fast you can connect with the people you know via text, email, social media, or phone. We live in an … Continue reading
Positioning is a “buzz word” in the marketing world. It is a frequent topic of conversation and – truth be told – can be a critical factor in your company’s success (or failure if executed poorly). Many times, people … Continue reading
Right off the bat, you’re probably thinking, I know how to use my phone system… It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that we use it to make and accept phone calls. That’s it. It produces no revenue, only … Continue reading