How to Handle Changing Client Behaviors and Rising Expectations

With the advent of technology and its use for effective business communication, everything moves at a fast pace. You have to keep strategizing on how to get clients for your business. And these clients now demand more in their interaction with companies at every level.

Whether you are a coach, consultant, realtor or any type of service business owner, clients expect you to move with the trend. According to global web index, 66% of clients expect appropriate response to their inquiries about a product or service on the same day- while over 40% expect it within the hour

Where did all the patience go?

From service packaging to quality and down to delivery, clients want only first class experience. A failure on your part to do that, and they will dump you for your competition in a heartbeat.

As a service based business, how can you get new clients and stay afloat and meet up with these top-of-the-chart changing clients’ demands?

The plan is to be 2 steps ahead of your clients.

What is your strategy to getting ahead of your clients?

We have put together steel strategies that we applied in our business, that have proven successful with outstanding results- which we will share with you below.

Innovate, be updated and give the best new experiences to clients

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Crowdfunding butterfly ship

Can you mix crowdfunding and NaNoWriMo? Yes!

Some folks may be wondering if it's okay to mix crowdfunding and NaNoWriMo. Yes, it is! Plenty of people post their novel on their blog with a donation button or put it on Patreon.

For authors, I recommend the articles:
"5 Steps to Crowdfunding Success"
"How to Begin a Crowdfunded Project"
"How to Make a Landing Page for Your Project"
"How to Boost Your Audience"
"How to Monetize Your Crowdfunding Project"

For readers, check out these articles:
"How to Make Constructive Comments"
"Non-Cash Support Methods for Crowdfunding"
"Crowdfunding for Readers: The Power of Patronage"

Also if you're doing NaNoWriMo and you want to gain new readers, or you're a reader looking for projects to follow, I'm running support posts on my blog where participants can post about their activities.