IE3 The Week Of April 6: Here’s What Happened
Miss any of our stories last week? Here’s your chance to catch up:
Show your #1 customer you appreciate them: Your most important and most valuable customers are your employees and you need to show them that. Happy employees will stay with your company longer, perform better, and help generate more sales. Learn how two contractors are showing their appreciation for their number one customers. Read it.
Don’t get ignored: Are your emails not getting opened? Maybe it’s your subject line. Compelling subject lines make a difference and IE3 has some tips to help you improve yours. Read it.
Get your priorities straight: Not every home owner has thousands of dollars to fix all the issues in their home right now. So, it’s important to prioritize the issues for them, so that they can steadily increase their comfort. Read it.
What a pain in the grasp!: Any job where you perform repetitive motions leaves you at risk for carpal tunnel syndrome. Thankfully, there are some things you can do to lessen the chance and reduce the effect of CTS. Read it.
Let’s talk: Home performance services are for every customer, you just have to know how to sell different people. That’s why we’re going to chat with Russell Philpott of Precise Building Performance LLC in Walters, OK, about how to offer home performance services to everyone. Sign up now.
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