Tag Archive | hints

Excellent Customer Service In Business – Part 2

Hello and welcome to my little world.

As promised, here are some useful tips to help you relate well with your customers. In case you missed the first part, read it HERE and come back for the second part.

1. Love your customers as you love yourself. Loving your customer is a marketing strategy.

2. Put people first before profit

3. Treat your customers the way you would like to be treated. Matthew 7:12 “Therefore, whatever you want men to do to you, do also to them, for this is the Law and the Prophets”.

4. Always give your customers more attention and service than they expect to get. Ephesians 3:20 – once you give people above what they expect, they must come back. You know why Joseph became a Prime Minister? Because he gave Pharaoh more than he expected. Deliver a product to your customer earlier than they expect…he will never leave you. Hire the best hands…do excellent Job.

5. Never leave any complaint unresolved. Make efforts to resolve any complain from customers.

6. Give prompt attention to your customers. Don’t engage in conversations with your staff when your customer is waiting.

7. Keep your promises and honour your product guarantees. Never promise your customer what you cannot fulfil…you’ll lose credibility and confidence of your customers. Proverbs 22:1 “A good name is to be chosen rather than riches, loving favour rather than silver and gold”.

8. When customers return products that are not good to them, the way you laughed and smiled when they bought it, also laugh the same way when they return it.

9. Never allow your customers leave you angry or unsatisfied. Do everything you can to please your customer. Whatever you do, don’t make your customer angry. Avoid unnecessary arguments with your customers.

10. Overlook the mistakes of your customers or correct them with high level of courtesy when you cannot overlook. Proverbs 15:1 “A soft answer turns away wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger”.

11. Learn to be appreciative to your customers. Always say ‘thank you for patronising us’ or ‘thanks for visiting us’ if they did not buy. Compliment them as well.

12. Always tell your customers the truth about the quality of your product. Never tell them a lie!

Develop a good customer-friendly attitude – it is what makes the difference. Never underestimate what improper attitude can do to your business.

Thank you for reading!
Of course these are the teaching of God’s Servant David Ibiyeomie the presiding Pastor of Salvation Ministries Church. You can listen to more of his life transforming messages online at Salvation Radio


Excellent Customer Service In Business

Hello and welcome to my little world!

How has it been with you? I’m currently carrying out a research…details soon.

In this post, I will be sharing with you tips for uncommon business explosion. First impression in business they say matters a lot. I’ve been to many business organisations for one reason or another, and I’m really sensitive to how they treat their clients. Many business owners seem to be more interested in the profit they make from the customers, and forget to treat these customers as kings…too bad.

Business is a purposeful and profitable activity with the intent of making profit, God wants us to make profit, genuine profit making is commended by God. Isa 48:17 Thus says the LORD, your Redeemer, the Holy One of Israel: “I am the LORD your God, Who teaches you to profit, Who leads you by the way you should go. But there are somethings business owners overlook in business…. CUSTOMER SERVICE!

You may agree with me that most business owners do not care about the comfort of their customers. In any business, you need people (customers), if you do not care for them, you will lose them. Without customers you will not have a business, great customer service determines whether a customer will continue to do business with you or not.

Just as you want to be treated and celebrated anywhere you go, do so to your customers… Respect them.
Do everything you can to make your customers appreciated, acknowledged, and heard.

I will be sharing some vital hints for excellent customer service soon but, before then, let me hear from you: how bad or good have you been treated as a customer in any business organization?