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2 Things That Can Make Your Company Stand Out

This week, Elise Walker has a couple of things that will help your company stand out. Read on …

No matter what services or products your business provides, there are likely other companies with similar products or services that can detract from your business. But regardless of how similar other businesses may seem to yours on the surface, there are ways you can differentiate your company and services from theirs.

This is important so that you can draw in potential customers and give them reasons to pay attention to your company specifically. Here are a couple of things that can make your business stand out among the competition.

1.) Equate quality with your prices.

Do you charge a lower price with the same quality as more expensive products on the market? Or do you have a price that’s worth paying for, because your services or products are superior in some way? These are points you can use to win over customers. Whether your price is higher, lower, or somewhere in the average range of the competition, help your customers see they are getting real value for that price.

2.) Show you care about your customers.

Using surveys, a suggestion box, or asking customers if they are satisfied will all be in vain if you don’t act on their thoughts and complaints. Really, it would just be extra work for you and frustrating for them. If you hear about multiple customers having the same complaint about your service, or a product or its packaging, be willing to make improvements, if possible. It may cost a little more up front, but in the long run it will be worth it, as you will gain some loyal customers.

Quality customer service in itself is very important. Responding to questions and concerns in a timely manner can make an impression. Also having enough employees on hand to manage these issues promptly is important. Kindly training staff to be courteous and professional when dealing with customers is essential. People want to be taken seriously and get solutions when they need them, especially when it involves their money. If it’s not possible to help someone with what they want, being sincere and apologizing for any inconvenience, then offering to do whatever else you can, will go a long way with a person.

Differentiating your company with quality products or services for the price you charge, and showing your customers you care about them- and not just their money- can go a long way with gaining customer appreciation and loyalty. Here at The MAD House, we think it’s important for people to know your business is unique. Please contact us for more information on how we can help build your brand to keep your company growing.