Can You Hear Me Now? Make sure you and your customers speak the same language

Can You Hear Me Now? Make sure you and your customers speak the same language

Mishaps and mistakes or just miscommunications?

They happen to everyone. Mostly because we’re human and we all have this ability to hear and see what we want to (as opposed to what’s really going on).

That goes double for clients. If you’re not careful, things can snowball and before you know it, it might feel like you’re stuck in cage with a bunch of hungry lions.

This month, the carnies share their advice on how to avoid these pitfalls so you’ll have a much better chance at having happy, satisfied clients.

Annie Sisk of Pajama Productivity
Making the Client Expectation Pieces Fit Without Losing Your Ever-Lovin’ Mind
@AnnieSisk
facebook.com/PajamaProductivity

Sharon Hurley Hall of Get Paid to Write Online:
Are You and Your Writing Clients Speaking the Same Language?
@SHurleyHall
facebook.com/SharonHurleyHall

Michelle Church of Virtually Distinguished:
I’m Talking, Don’t You Hear Me?
@virtuallyassist
facebook.com/virtuallyassist

Ashley Welton of Miniskirt Ninja Media:
Same Meaning, Different Language: How to Clear Up Your Client Communications
@miniskirtninja
facebook.com/miniskirtninja

Nick Armstrong of WTF Marketing:
Can You Hear Me Now? How to make sure you and your customers are speaking the same language (you probably aren’t)
@WTFMarketing
plus.google.com/+Wtfmarketing

Carol Lynn Rivera of Web Search Social:
Same Page, Wrong Book. How To Manage Client Expectations So They Don’t Manage You
@CarolLynnRivera
facebook.com/WebSearchSocial

Nicole Fende of The Numbers Whisperer®:
Client Communication Explained by Prime Numbers
@NicoleAFende
facebook.com/SmallBizFinance

Sandy McDonald of Why You Must Blog:
Coherence is the business
@theclanmaker
facebook.com/whyyoumustblog

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