Posted by Tim Metzner on 2013-02-23 12:09:18
I\'m reposting this blog from my personal site: http://timmetzner.com/customer-development-is-hard-do-it-anyway. The...
|Expertise:||Business Development, Marketing, Business Strategy|
|Years Experience:||3 - 5 Years|
|Company:||BroBox LLC, brotourage LLC|
|Title:||Chief Executive Bro|
|Number of employees:||4|
As a former clinical psychiatric counselor, I have extensively studied the magic behind rapport building. This has led me to achieve a true comprehension of customer service especially during critical moments in an individual's lifetime.
Through this focus in communication and relationship dynamics, I have develop a clear understanding of the psychology behind marketing especially neuromarketing.
Since then, I have fine-tuned my marketing strategies to a "what's in it for them" attitude. Put yourself in their shoes and think like a consumer looking at your product or service, what will they like or not like about it?
This strategy is extremely effective in aquiring new customers and retaining existing ones since it centers around Customer Loyalty. When you reward people for their passion and support of your brand, they will stand by it until the end and tell their friends to do the same.
However, finding the right mix of language, tone and marketing techinques takes a certain consumer rapport-building finesse. Analyzing your target market from different perspectives will determine the most cost-effective and efficient marketing strategies at your budget's disposal and I can help with that.
I have had and currently own businesses that focus on merging technology and customer service/loyalty.
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