Keeping In Touch – Relationship Marketing

I think the above quote describes Relationship Marketing for customers as well as prospects.  It’s all about keeping in touch. For good customers are our best referral sources.  By keeping in touch we show them we appreciate their business.  By showing appreciation they are more apt to contact us to purchase again and/or refer us to someone who may need our products or services. 

With prospects, though they may not need our products or services when we first meet them.  By keeping in touch when they do need or want our service, because we kept in touch, they will remember who to call.

There are many ways to keep in touch these days and though I prescribe and recommend most all of them, I still feel that one of the best Relationship Marketing tools is Send Out Cards.  To me, it’s about going that extra mile.  It’s something personal in the mailbox, that’s not a bill or junk mail.

And yes, I am an affiliate and have been since 2006, however, I would use it even if I wasn’t, because I like to send greeting cards.  And it’s a great system for those who like to send cards and for those who have a need to send cards.  There is even a phone app so that you can send a real greeting card directly from your phone.

So why am I writing this, because I am excited that SOC has just announced some new features and packages.  You can see the new plans and features on my affiliate page.  Scroll down until you see ‘Pricing.’  And below ‘Pricing’ is a ‘Comparison’ of the 4 different plans.  

If you’ve ever had a SendOutCards account, you can still access it.  If you don’t remember your username, let me know and I’ll be glad to look it up if you were a client of mine or you can contact SOC Customer Service.
Keep in Touch and show people you appreciate them.
P.S. If I have never sent you a greeting card, send me your address and your birthday so that I may send you a card.

To Your Success,
Annette

Painted Lady Enterprises

‘Helping You and Your Business Look Good’

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