Love is in the air! Are you ready to feel it and spread it to your clients through awesome content marketing?
Let’s rock the season with a simple plan of valentine’s special marketing strategy to make sure your customers are getting you in this very special occasion. This is time to strengthen your relationship and bonding of love with your customers!
So how you can begin?
Let your customers know how valuable they are to you
If you are looking to strengthen your relationship then the first thing you have to do is appreciate your clients, let them know you care of them! Make sure you are messaging your clients that you are glad to have them on board, wish them a beautiful day and longer lasting memories of the time they will spend. Don’t mix business with your message. Make it personal and tell it from heart. You should know the stronger your relationship is the more your clients will happy to have you in their team.
Now just write an email, add a gift if possible and schedule it for sending to your clients in February 14.
Try to reward your customers in this day, you can throw a promotion (That may be a discount, rewarding fun contest, a well thought resource that can help them to make their business well).
“One year I sent my list a really good chocolate cream pie recipe.”
It’s time to get all things wrapped to make sure you love your customers. Write something wonderful and think about something you can give as a gift with your message. Please don’t try to sell anything with your message as that may not be accepted kind heartedly by customers. Try to offer that provide value and clients feel that you are caring.
Now just do this
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- Schedule time early this week to write a heartfelt message that lets your wonderful customers know just what they mean to you.
- Take stock of what you can offer of value to your customers as a thank-you. This is not the time to build a massive new piece of software or a new membership community. Think “a dozen roses,” not the Taj Mahal.
- Get any landing pages or other delivery mechanisms you need into place by Friday, so you can spend the first few days of next week proofing your message and making sure the tone is just the way you want it.