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20 (Shocking) Customer Service Facts and Statistics

Outstanding customer service should be a top priority; here are 20 reasons why, some of which may shock you.

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Today’s message:  20 (Shocking) Customer Service Facts and Statistics

Some takeaways

  • For every customer complaint, there are 26 unhappy customers who have remained silent
  • It takes 12 positive experiences to make up for one unresolved negative experience
  • 70% of buying experiences are based on how customers feel they are being treated

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about the author, Mary Shulzhenko
To view the entire article, click here (from providesupport.com).

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Email Stats You Need to Know

Here are key stats about email marketing, along with do’s and don’ts for email marketers

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Today’s message:  Email Stats You Need To Know

Some takeaways

  • 50% of consumers buy from emails at least once a month
  • 87% of companies use email to distribute their messaging
  • With an ROI 0f 4400%, every dollar you spend on email marketing could make you $44

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about the author, ayaz nanji

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Are You Ready to Go Freelance?

Thinking of quitting your 9 to 5 job and going freelance?  Here’s what you need to know before taking the plunge.

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Today’s message:  Are You Ready To Go Freelance?

  • Take the self-evaluation below to see if freelancing is right for you
  • Tip: Have clients lined up first
  • Tip: Set up your social media profile
  • Tip: Start networking

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things to do before you freelance task list 7 and 8
dos and don'ts of freelancing
communicate clearly
keep learning in your area of expertise
write about your work
ask for testimonials
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To view the entire article, click here (from zenbusiness.com)

Are You a Left or Right Brain Marketer?

The type of thinker you mostly are (right brain or left brain) guides the
marketing campaigns you may design – find out more.

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Today’s message:  Right Brain vs Left Brain Marketer
– Which Are You?

  • Left brain people: logical, prefer non-fiction.
    Their marketing focuses on practical aspects of a product/service

  • Right brain people: emotional, prefer creative story-telling.
    Their marketing may contain elements of surprise or humor
    to make advertising memorable

  • Left brain online marketing leans toward targeted paid search with analytics

  • ​Right brain online marketing leans toward robust branding
    and personality-rich social media

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To view the entire article, click here (from Marketo)).
Enjoy your day!
Roy

Roy Nakamura
President
Horizon Web Marketing
horizonwebmarketing.com
702-836-3278

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Managing Momentum: How to Get Going and Keep Going

Having trouble getting started or staying on task?
Here is helpful info on managing momentum (ie. getting things done)

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Today’s message: Managing Momentum – How To Get Going and Keep Going

  • Improve your business (or yourself) 1% per day,
    in 70 days you will be  2X better.

  • Fast starts are never as important as …
    consistently showing up and
    committing to a process
    – Seth Godin

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