Customer Relationships: Part 1

Manage Your Customer Relationships

Relationships are one of the biggest things that money can’t buy to promote your business. Over the course of the next few weeks we will discover the important ways you can manage your customer relationships.

customer relationships trust

An enormous aspect of any good relationship is trust! What exactly is trust? Trust is an assure reliance on the character, ability, strength or truth of someone or something.

We have come up with a list of examples to explain character, ability, strength and truth.


Trust your customer! The best way to start is by assuming that every single one of your customers are trustworthy. If you start distrusting your customers they will more than likely distrust you.


Being certified is one of the best ways to show your customers that you have the ability to accomplish the job you were hired for. Make sure you keep your technicians certified and get any additional training when the need arises. Training and Education are a great investment that has a huge return!


Go that extra mile! When you exceed a customer’s expectations you are showing them that you really care about their relationship.


Be honest with your customers! Don’t omit detail either! Do exactly what you said you would do, when you said you would do it!

Next week we will look at how to determine the preferred method of communication with your customers.

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