Hands On Approach by J.Conners
While living in technology age where everything is computerized, digitized, and auto-responded, it is very easy to forget where we came from, and how all of this progress has almost completely wiped out personal touch.
In this article, I am going to discuss three different ways to reach out and touch your customers and get their attention in ways you could never do even with all of todays modern technology.
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1. The Hand Written Card
Never underestimate power of anything hand written!
Wether you have just closed a loan, or have taken an application, send your customer a thank you card with a hand written note.
In this day and age when everything is being faxed or e-mailed, hand written card sends a gracious and genuine message to your customer that you truly appreciate their business, and that you care about them as people too. A lot of times customers are left feeling like a statistic, hand written card will leave them with a feeling that they are not.
(Hint) this also works well when their loan is approved, or when their appraisal comes in, you can send a congratulatory card!
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2. The Hand written Envelope
I don’t know about you, but every time I get some envelope in mail that is obviously computer generated, and trying to sell me something, I immediately file it in circular file without even opening it!