Increase Referrals with Thank You Cards

By |2018-07-18T01:40:04+00:00August 24th, 2016|2 Minute Tips|0 Comments

How I turned 1 Thank You Card into 3 different referrals!

Sending Referrals Thank You Cards…

Appreciating Referrals…Not only is it super important to appreciate and thank your new and current customers, but even more so, when that current customer sends you a referral!

When a customer sends you a referral that means that they know, like and trust you.

“Nothing influences people more than a recommendation from a trusted friend” ~Mark Zuckerberg~

Your customer has generously trusted you with a referral and should definitely receive from you a message of appreciation recognizing that!

More importantly, you should not send Thank You Cards contingent on the result of getting a successful sale.  Show unconditional appreciation, thanking them for the referral, not the sale!

With email and text being so impersonal these days, I suggest a handwritten note.  A referral is a very personal gesture deserving a very personal acknowledgement.

“I get new customers and referrals daily because I send a heartfelt greeting card thanking people for their business and for their referrals” ~Rick Shivers~

It’s a domino effect…Once the sale is made, don’t forget to send another thank you note to the customer who referred you.  Keeping connected, will encourage more referrals and success in your business.  The customer who gave you the referral will feel great about being a part of your and the new customer’s success.

Have a referral strategy in place because it’s so important to “deserve referrals rather than to expect referrals!”

About the Author:

Kody Bateman is the Founder and CEO of a successful international network marketing company, which was featured in the 2009 Inc. 500 list as one of the fastest growing companies in the U.S. Kody is a visionary leader who is living his dream and travels the world teaching others to do the same. From the beginning, Kody anchored his network marketing company with an ongoing personal development event. Over the past eight years he has personally conducted that event for sold-out audiences throughout the United States, Canada, and Australia. He teaches that the activities of your subconscious mind must be in alignment with your conscious desires in order for you to succeed. He is known for saying, “The stories in your mind become the stories of your life.” His seminars teach people how to get rid of unwanted stories in their minds and replace them with stories for success.

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