How To Write A Killer Customer Case Study [infographic]

Many of us work in retail. Many of us work in an industry that is customer based. This job often tells us that the customer is always right. Though it doesn’t really have to be true, to earn the trust of our clientele, and understand that the needs of the customer is by far the most important in any transaction.

Connecting with customers can be difficult. When breaching the gap and attempting contact, it is important to remember that the time is for the customer. A business is nothing without a loyal customer base.

We have all been asked to participate in short “5 question” surveys at the end of a phone call. Though not all of us draft reports that display quality customer satisfaction, we can all learn from the following infographic when thinking of how to best report our findings with the customers that many of us serve.

“Time is money!” is not necessarily true all the time. Time is time. We all have it and it can be precious because we have a finite amount of it in a day. When promoting something it is important to be concise. Use the proper formatting in questioning. Keep in mind how people read and process information.

Advertising is how a business builds profits and has long standing relationships its customers. Appeal to the target demographic. Once you have established a consistent history with a client, you can go forth and document it in a scientific and undeniably accurate report. [Word Central.ca]

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Incandescent Vs LED Christmas Lights [infographic]

As Halloween quickly approaches, it’s time to start thinking about the holiday that matters the most year round. Christmas, is without a doubt, a time that brings families and communities together in celebration, and even competition. We all love to get involved with traditions and festivities that go along with “the most wonderful time of the year.”

Christmas lights bring back so many memories for so many people that the tradition of hanging lights is a fun, yet thoroughly arduous activity. After all the hard work is done, there definitely comes a sense of thankfulness. Once you have your lights up, you can be thankful that you have a roof over head, you can be thankful that your lights will more often than not make others happy, as well as make you feel that you are a part of something bigger than yourself.

Although Christmas lights bring happy feelings and look great, Christmas lights can be expensive. According to this infographic, people can be spending way more than they have to on their electric bill. Although LED lights are more expensive than incandescents, the cost of running them is far below the cost to run incandescents.

Though not traditional, LEDs run with lower wattage, longer life-spans, you can connect more strings, and you never have to replace bulbs. By saving on electricity (money), you have more money to spend on those you care for and more time to enjoy it with them. [via]

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