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You will hopefully have your customers on some kind of rotating contact schedule. There might be some customers that you want to contact once a month, once a quarter, twice a year, or just once a year – it depends on the customer and on your business with them. But there’s nothing wrong with staying on the customer’s radar. You can do this through personal contact, phone calls, emails, or by mail when you send out those articles you’ve been clipping or that information you’ve been collecting from trainings.

Consider short, medium, and long-term goals.  Do it anyway. We all have days where we just don’t feel like doing our work. But in a job like sales, every day and every contact can be important. So even if you don’t feel like doing something on your list – do it anyway. The more practice you get at this, the easier it will become.  Stop procrastinating. It’s very easy to find things to do other than what is on your list. You need to recognize when you are procrastinating and nip it in the bud.

Make sure that expectations are met and promises are fulfilled. Resolve any problems or issues and take full responsibility for the customer’s experience. Remember that regardless of what happens, customers are likely to hold their salesperson responsible for their experience. Following up lets you demonstrate that you have the integrity to stand behind your product or service, and that the customer was right to choose your company. You can’t underestimate the value of a satisfied customer – often they will provide additional sales from their own company or via referral, whereas a negative customer can prevent you from ever receiving those sales.

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