Communicate to win and retain clients

Episode Notes

In this episode of the Client Magnet Podcast, host Anoop Kurup delves into the power of effective communication in building and maintaining strong client relationships.


  1. Introduction to Effective Communication: Explore how effective communication can set your business apart in a competitive landscape.
  2. Importance of Communication for Service Providers: Discover why conveying value and understanding clients’ needs are crucial components of successful service provision.
  3. Unraveling Client-Centric Communication: Learn about the significance of client-centric communication at different stages of the client relationship lifecycle including delivering bad news.
  4. The Competitive Edge with Effective Communication: Understand how clear, concise, and personalized messaging can convince potential clients to choose your services over others.
  5. Practical Tips for Enhanced Client Interaction: Equip yourself with tips on refining your strategy or starting off right using real-world examples.
  6. Diving Deep into ‘Client-Centric’ Approach: Grasp what it means to put clients’ needs first while drafting messages that resonate personally with them – a key element distinguishing you from competitors who focus mainly on showcasing their skills.
  7. Creating Trust through Personalized Messages: Find out how addressing specific issues faced by clients makes them feel valued leading to enhanced trust and rapport.
  8. Standing Out in Professional Services Sector : Get insights on standing out amidst skilled businesses by understanding your clients’ language, needs, aspirations and preferred mode of communication.
  9. A Case Study Approach – Consulting Firms & Creative Agencies : Consider consulting firm’s approach towards engaging genuine dialogues showing investment in client’s success & creative agency’s attention to detail before delivering design work setting them apart from ordinary agencies through effective communication transformation.
  10. Adopting a Client-Centric Approach – A Marketing Agency Example : See how highlighting strategies aligning with client-specific goals rather than sending standard updates leads to better outcomes.

Transcript (Machine Generated)

Effective communication is the bedrock of client relationship. And we all know it’s important. So we’ll explore how mastering this skill can propel your business to new heights. Let’s get started. Welcome back to another exciting episode of the client magnet podcast that delves into the strategies and insights for professional services and B2B businesses to accelerate their growth.

I’m your host, Anoop Kurup, and today, we are diving deep into the of communicating to win and retain clients. Effective communication forms the bedrock of successful client relationships, enabling our businesses to not attract new clients, but also maintain those valuable connections over the long terms. In today’s completive business landscape, you know, understanding and masculine clients and re communication can truly set your business apart. So why is this topic so important? Think about it.

Whether you’re a consultant, a marketing agency, a legal firm, or any other type of professional service provider, Your clients rely on you for your expertise, guidance, and results. And how do you deliver all of that through communication? Everything we do in a professional service or a b to b service is through communication. It’s how you convey your value, how you listen to their needs, and how you assure them that they are in capable hands. So throughout this episode, I’ll be unraveling the intricacies of client centric communication.

Will explore its various dimensions, its significance in different stages of the client relationship’s life cycle, and even tackle the challenging aspect of communicating bad news. I know it’s credit, but we’ll tackle that. But before we dive into the nitty gritty of the top 8, let’s let’s take a moment to reflect why this topic matters so much. Today, we are very connected. It’s ultra competitive.

Borders don’t exist as such when it comes to business. You can do pretty much everything online. Your ability to communicate effectively could be the decisive factor that convinces your potential clients to choose you over someone else. It’s the foundation upon which trust expectations are managed and partnerships are nurtured. So whether you are a seasoned professional looking to you know, refine your communication strategy or someone just getting started with a new B2B services business, this episode will help you.

Let’s look at some real world examples in this episode and get some practical tips that will empower you to communicate with your clients effectively and win more clients. By the end of the episode, you’ll be equipped with a toolkit of communication techniques that’ll help you not only to win your clients, but also to keep them coming back for more. So let’s jump into it now. Let’s understand the core concept of client selfie communication. To to win more clients by communicating, you need to do something which we call client centric communication.

This is not your everyday chat. And it’s a strategic approach that places the client’s needs, preferences, and perspectives on the forefront. In a competitive landscape, you have to genuinely connect with your client. And if you can connect with your client, you have a distinct advantage. If you tailor communication to your client’s unique situations, challenges and goals, you can build strong rapport and trust.

And that’s that’s the stage for long lasting relationships. When we say client centric communication, what we are talking about is a communication approach that revolves around the client’s preferences, needs, and expectations. It’s about drafting messages and interactions that resonate with the on a personal level. Think of it as a tailor made suit that perfectly fits the client’s desires and concerns. You may wonder how does client centric communication differ from, you know, your regular usual communication strategies.

Well, in general communication that we all do, the focus could be on presenting information, sharing updates, or discussing business matters. And typically, one of the issues that I have seen, with B2B Businesses And Professional Service Businesses is that we are very centered around our expertise, and we use a lot of industry jargon. And we are trying to communicate how good we are at what we do. However, client centric communication goes beyond regular communication. You know, it places the client at the center of every conversation.

It ensures that the client’s voice is heard, and then concerns are addressed at every stage of a project or even at every stage of marketing and sales. One of the people of client centric communication is the ability to truly understand your client’s perspectives and needs. This means actively listening to their challenges, goals, and aspirations. By doing so, you’ll better equip yourself to tailor the messages, and put messages out that truly resonates with the clients and what matters to them. And it’s not just about you.

It’s about the client at the end of the day. You know, when your client truly feels understood, they are more likely to trust you and your services. Client centric communication demonstrates that you are invested in their success. Which bills rapport and trust over a period of time. Imagine if you receive an email that addresses your specific pinpoints that makes you feel valued.

You feel that the person who sent you that email actually put in the time and effort to understand what’s bugging you. And that’s the power of client centric communication. The landscape of professional service sector is filled with skilled players, you know, and everyday new businesses are starting in this segment. And there are a range of services on offer, you know, everything from accounting to legal to marketing to sales, consulting firms, creative agencies, So it’s it’s just overflowing with options for potential clients. And it’s a busy place, you know, where each business has its own unique offering, and they’re all vying for the attention of the client.

Here is the thing. Is the sea of services how do you ensure that you are the obvious choice? This is where client centric communication steps in. It’s more than just, crafting, compelling sales pitches. You know, it’s about understanding your clients, language, needs, and aspirations.

The way they prefer to communicate. It’s about speaking directly to what your clients are looking for, creating or resonating with them, and that will help draw their attention towards you. For example, think about a consulting firm that not only provides valuable insights but it also takes the time to understand their clients industry challenges. Their communication is not just one way street of pitching services. It’s a genuine dialogue with the client that demonstrates that they are invested in the client success.

And guess what? The client just doesn’t get a service provider in this case. They get a partner. Or for example, consider a creative agency that just doesn’t deliver design work, but carefully listens to the client’s brand vision, aspirations, and even concerns This attention to detail and communication leads to creation of a brand and brand identity. That’s not just pretty.

Listen, it’s deeply the client’s brand essence. And this is what sets the ordinary brand or branding agency apart from the external extraordinary one. The ability to transform a client relationship through effective communication. Or imagine if you are a marketing agency, and you’re working with a b to b client in the tech industry. General communication approach may involve sending them standard updates about the marketing campaigns that you are running for them.

But a client centric approach would mean taking the time to understand their target audience, pain points, and business objectives. Which hopefully as a marketing agency, you have already done. But then going one step beyond, every time you communicate with the client, you highlight how your marketing strategies and how your marketing activities are directly aligned with their goals and their business objectives. And this for fosters a deeper connection because rather than talking about what you have done in the marketing activities, you’re actually talking about how those activities are actually helping them take their business objectives forward. And we all know happy clients become advocates of your services when your communication strategy puts a client at the center, these clients become advocates of your brand.

They become brand ambassadors. We spread the word not just about your service, but about the experience of working with you. And in a world, trust is hard to come by. These personal recommendations and referrals can become a gold mine for client acquisition. But then there is a flip side also.

If communication falters goes back, you know, you are you are not able to communicate properly with the client, then it just doesn’t stay with you and the line. For every 10 clients who will refer one person to you, one client can spread bad news to 100 people. Negative experiences travel really fast in this era of social media. A single disgruntled client can create ripples that affect your reputation. Hence, mastering client centric communication isn’t just about growth.

It’s also about repetition management and safeguarding your business’s image. It’s very important. So let’s not take it lightly. Now let’s talk about how this applies in our everyday business environment. Client centric communication helps us through various stages of client relationship life cycle.

From the stage, you first contact somebody to till a project ends. And even beyond that, there are 3 stages usually, marketing and sales, onboarding, and the project doing the project itself. And then contract renewal or account renewal and upsells. Now let’s break down, you know, how communication plays crucial role in each of these phases and how client centric communication is important and how you can do it better. Marketing sales and referrals, you know, that’s the first place when you are communicating with the with the potential client.

You know, your marketing messages are the initial touch points potential clients have with your business. But you have to remember that clarity is key when you come when you are putting out any kind of marketing communication. It’s usually very tempting for b to b services as well as professional services to showcase your expertise. And you tend to do that, and we all tend to do that, with industry jargon. But try and avoid that because the client may not know the industry jargon.

We want to make sure that the message, marketing message is accessible to everyone. Even to those who are not familiar with the industry lingo industry jargon, your potential client should feel like you’re speaking directly to them. Addressing their needs and concern when you are putting out marketing messages. So tell your marketing message, you resonate with your target audience. Consider their pin and how your service can provide solutions.

When crafting your marketing materials, you know, whether it’s a blog post or social media post, or even a podcast episode, you know, put yourself in a client’s shoes. What are they looking for? What questions do they have? Your communication should answer these questions we before they are even asked. If you do that well, the client resonates with that says, okay.

You understand me well. And remember, it’s not about showcasing your expertise when you are doing marketing. It’s about building trust and forming a connection. Your client should feel like they are getting to know you and your business on a personal level. So now that you have grabbed their attention with your marketing efforts, it’s about smoothly transitioning into a sales process.

And unlike selling a product where the client could ask for a sample, touch and feel, see the reviews, etcetera, services are intangible. And this is where your communication strategy when the transition between marketing and sales is happening, the communication strategy plays a pivotal role. The transition should be seamless. Your potential client should feel like they’re continuing a conversation rather than being hit with a hard sales pitch out of the blue. And many people that do that mistake.

The marketing team does that and suddenly a salesperson comes in and they’re just heartbreaking a service. Instead of listening to the client. So the most powerful tool in your sales arsenal is active listening. Don’t talk too much. People assume that salespeople talk a lot.

No. That’s not true. Good salespeople are good listeners. What does active listening mean? It means engaging in a meaningful conversation with your potential client, asking the right questions, and really understanding their unique needs don’t rush into talking about your services, you know, that can come at a later point.

Take time to listen and grasp their business objectives and challenges. This will set the stage for the next steps. And those steps, the next steps could be about asking strategic questions that dig deep into their business objectives? What are they trying to achieve? What are their pain points?

How can your services provide solutions? These questions not only show your genuine press, but also help you tailor your approach to their specific need. Just remember that the personalized touch goes a long way in building that trust in in showcasing your expertise as the right expert to solve their specific problem. Once you have gathered all the information, can align your service offering with their business goal and business objectives. Your potential client should see a direct connection between what you offer and how it helps them achieve their objectives.

And that’s the most important aspect of sales. This is where you don’t just become another, you know, service provider, but you become a solution provider. Showcase how your expertise directly contributes to to their success. It’s about demonstrating that value from the 1st day onwards. And this is usually where your expertise shines.

You know, your industry knowledge to provide a valuable recommendation can truly impact their business. And it’s better to under promise and over deliver than the other way around. We all know that. Right? So when you are focused on the business objective, there’s a common thing both of you can talk about.

You know, you and your client. And just remember that this is your chance to manage expectations and prevent potential misunderstanding down the road also. You know? So It’s all about building a foundation of trust and clear communication. And client centric communication can really go a long way in marketing and sales.

And even once you have won the project, let’s say, you know, the client is willing to work with you. And as you move into the onboarding phase, project onboarding phase, communication continues to play a crucial role. And when you are talking about the project, you know, transparent communication is the key to managing client expectations. Client onboarding is more than just paperwork and introductions. You know, it’s an opportunity to build trust and understanding effective communication during these phases about building a foundation on which this entire project and the partnership with your client can be built.

Think of, onboarding as a bridge between the promises that were made during the sales process and the tangible start of a client’s journey with your services. Clear communication sets the expectations, right, from the beginning, and it helps you transition into doing the project smoothly. One of the issues when dealing with clients and and this we have all seen is called information asymmetry. You know, you have more knowledge. You as the expert have more knowledge than the client does.

And this can lead to a lot of misunderstanding and disappointment usually because when you speak to the client, you speak as if you already know the solution. Because you have the expertise and the experience to to solve that problem, but the client doesn’t understand. They don’t understand how did you go from the problem to the solution that the LinkedIn between is missing. And in this case, you know, transparency is the key to address this challenge. You have to openly share information about how your process works.

What the client can expect and what is expected of them. By doing this, the client can understand the journey from the problem they are facing to the solution that you’re providing. The thing the links in between are not missing. And this type of transparency builds trust and, you know, it also prevents any kind of misunderstanding or any kind of finger pointing down the road. It also helps, you know, set clear expectations from the project.

You know, one effective approach is called a detailed project kickoff meeting. This is where you lay out the project scope, timeline deliverables, and also talk about the potential challenges that may arise that you foresee. It’s also a great time to ask the clients about their preferred channel of communication method and style and frequency, how how much would they like to be told about the project progress, etcetera. And this will help you dealer an approach that is specific to their desires and their wishes. So based on the client’s communication preferences, provide regular update very simple.

Right? Whether the updates are required weekly by emails or by weekly with a meeting or a through a project management tool, it it gives a sense of transparency to the client. They know, okay, the project is progressing. It’s on track, or it’s not on track. You know, whichever way it is, the communication is on.

And this highlights achievements. You can also discuss hurdles that you’re facing in the project, and it also helps the client give inputs, you know, the client also has their own industry experience. So they are able to give you some valuable inputs as the project is progressing. It’s important to keep doing that as I said earlier, you know, we are selling a service, not a product. So everything is communication.

So how does the client know you are actually working on the project? Projects usually don’t go very smoothly. So when any challenge emerges, you know, you should proactively inform your clients. You should discuss the issues its impact on the project and as well as the solutions you’re working on. Doing this kind of demonstrates that you’re committed to the client success and you are willing to tackle obstacles on their behalf.

It also prevents rumors and misinformation from circulating. It would be great if projects go as planned all the time. And but we all know it rarely happens. One of the biggest complaint from project managers is that the client has changed the scope of the project, and we have all experiences at one point or the other. When the project scope change happens, first thing you should do is document the change clearly.

Again, about communication, about client centric communication, detail how it affects the project timeline, resources, and the budget. Then discuss it with the client. Explain the reasoning behind the change or the project scope creep has happened. Therefore, There’s a budget change required or a timeline change required and discuss the implications of this. You know?

If needed, you should also renegotiate the terms ensuring both your both the client and you are aligned on what is to be done. Ultimately, transparency and being flexible about the terms is is key here when you are doing project management. What happens after the project is completed? Strong client centric communication helps maintain strong client relationships even after project is completed. This is important, especially when approaching account renewals and upsells.

These are the crucial moments when communication make or break your long standing relationship with the client. Renewing and upselling services isn’t just about sending an invoice or proposal. You know, it’s about continuing to provide value, and it’s about continuing to demonstrate to your client that you are invested in their success. There are certain strategies that can help you turn these moments into opportunities of growth. For example, once the project is ramped up, you know, it’s done and it’s completed, you might be tempted to move on to the next task.

This is precisely when consistent communication can matter most, you know, reach out to your client, inquire whether they are satisfied with the work, seek feedback, and inquire if they want additional services from you, or if there are additional problems they can address. If there are other things that you can help them with, maybe there are services that you have spoken to them about. And now it’s an opportunity to talk to them about these services. Remember, it’s not just about the business. It’s about building that ship that rapport, for the long term.

You can keep the lines of communication open, you know, and you can show that you care about their ongoing success. It’s also an opportunity to gather feedback, address any concerns that the client had with the project and showcase that you are a partner, a solution not just a service provider. To ensure that your client actually renews the contract or works with you again on a another project, Keep reminding them of the value they receive. You know, that happens during your weekly updates and biweekly updates or whatever the frequent updates you are doing. You should regularly share success stories, case studies, and also the metrics that highlight the impact of your service on their business objectives.

This helps them understand that collaborating with and in their actual growth because the business objectives are actually changing and are impacted by what you do. If you quantify your results, you know, and align with the business objectives, you are making it clear that the client’s investment is paying off. But in in one sense, you can think of it as your service becoming an asset for the client, and they cannot be without that asset. So they will continue to invest with you because their objectives are being achieved. Account renewal discussions are also a perfect opportunity to explore additional ways you can support your clients.

You know, listen carefully. Again, active listening comes into play. Listen to their evolving needs and proposed solutions that align with their business growth. It’s about, being a proactive problem solver. It’s not about pushing new services again.

Right? Remember your existing client already trusts you. So introducing new services becomes a natural progression. It’s about showing them how your expanded offerings can directly contribute to their ongoing success. So it’s very important to align these things.

As your clients need evolve, your communication strategy should also evolve. Customize your messages and proposal based on their changing circumstances. Don’t rely on generic templates. That’s always a bad idea. Show them that you’re paying attention and show them that you understand how their business is growing and you are able to adapt with that journey.

If you tailor your approach, you are demonstrating a commitment to their unique needs. It creates a sense of personalization with the client, and it goes a long way in, you know, fostering that loyalty and satisfaction with the client. Another factor is the client feedback. It’s a gold mine for your business. You know, when you regularly collect feedback from your clients and not just at the end of the project, but regular feedback collection, It helps you continuously improve your services.

You’re able to address their concerns and implement their suggestions faster. And these iterations that you have with the client to improve your services, deliver better and better results also strengthens that relationship. It also helps you stay aligned with the changing business objectives of the client if any. Many at times what happens is people see client feedback once the project is over. It’s not postmortem exercise, try to understand that it’s an ongoing dialogue.

It is about having that ongoing conversation with your client. To establish that you are improving your services by showing your client that you value their input, even though they are not the experts, You’re demonstrating a commitment to their success because they are also invested in this. Right? They are the ones paying money at the end of the day. And that’s how you can ensure that the client stays with you for a long time.

You know, retention of clients is all about communication, and the more client centric you make it, the better it does, the longer they stay back with you. But sometimes things don’t work out as planned. So let’s delve into a topic that is a nightmare for service providers, communicating bad news. No one likes to deliver or receive negative news. Obviously, mastering this aspect of client centric communication is crucial.

It can truly set your business apart and help you build a stronger relationship with your client. Challenges and setbacks are part and parcel of any project, any business journey. It could be a project delayed could be a change in circumstances at your end. It could be an unforeseen obstacle of some kind. Bad news is an inevitable part of business.

However, what truly matters is how you handle these situations. One of the easiest thing to do is hide away. But timely and empathetic communication during difficult times can make all the difference. Trust me when a client encounters a setback, They often value your transparency and honesty more than anything else. These are the times when the client centric approach truly matters.

Instead of avoiding the issue or sugar coating the situation, you know, it’s important to address the problem head on. So there are some ways you can deliver bad news and ensure the relationship is not damaged. So let me give you some strategies. Be proactive, first of all, as soon as you become aware of the issue, communicate it to your client. If you procrastinate or try to hide away, the bad news, and it only makes a bad situation worse.

Clients appreciate service providers and businesses that show accountability and responsibility when things go wrong. The second way is choosing the right channel. Consider the nature of the bad news. And consider the relationship with you have with your client. If it’s very sensitive, you know, it makes more sense to deliver it either in person or via video call rather than sending an email or a WhatsApp message or, you know, just a phone call.

And remember empathy matters. So genuine empathy. There’s a problem. There’s a bad news, and that problem might impact your client’s goals and objectives. The project might get re derailed and it may get delayed by x amount of time, whatever that time might be.

Act knowledge that there’s a problem. You know, there are really two ways to acknowledge a problem, and it’s a toss of a coin. On one side of the coin is the world is going to end. The problem is so important. I’m going to drop everything and addresses and the second side of the coin is I don’t care.

So you have to choose which side of the coin you want to take care of. Acknowledge that there’s a problem firstly and give it its due importance. The problem might be a very big problem for the client. Let the clients know that you understand their perspective. And then offer solutions.

Don’t just deliver bad news and just Say, okay. Oops. Something went wrong. No. Present some solutions.

Present potential solutions and alternate parts to move forward. This will demonstrate to the client that you’re committed to find a solution, to find a way out, and, yeah, that you’re actively working on resolving the issue and ensuring that there’s minimal impact on their business goals and keep the lines of communication open. Don’t just communicate once and disappear. Deliver the news and ensure that you’re accessible for more discussions and questions. You know, when you provide a supportive environment, it was a long way in easing tension and building trust.

And this is very easy to understand. If you if you have ever had a bad experience with, let’s say, regular service provider, b to c service provider, like your phone company, and you have called their service center. Very upset. Next time that happens, just observe the way they handle that entire situation. They escalate it.

They ensure that we are calm first. They understand their situation. They acknowledge the problem is that there, and they try to understand a bit deeper, and they try to tell you that, hey, this problem is important. End, and we are here to solve you. Next time do observe that, and you will realize how bad news is actually managed by these people who manage bad news every single day.

Being quite centric when when situation goes bad is very, very important. You know, you can turn some of these challenging opportunities to growth too. If you try to do that, how do you do that? By doing the above things, you know, being proactive, being open to communicate, being empathetic, offering solution, maintaining open lines of communications. All this helps you build that trust with the client, deepen that relationship with the client.

So don’t think of a setback or a bad situation as a road roadblock to the project or the relationship. You can consider them as a chance to refine your own internal processes. You can learn from those mistakes, and you can help the client also you know, better that relationship with you and ensure that you are doing the project better with them. I’ll give you a couple of examples, you know, personal examples. At my agency, we face a situation, you know, where a major component of our project got delayed because one of our vendors fell ill.

And this was during the pandemic time. Nothing much we could do. So instead of hiding behind excuses, you know, we immediately inform the client. This has happened, and we explained that situation, and we offered a plan how we can move forward. There will be delay of couple of weeks and at least, you know, if not more.

So what can we do and what is alternate suggestion And the client appreciated that in open communication was really appreciated. They also appreciated the honesty with which we communicated. Ultimately, they were very happy with the alternate solution we provided. You know, that was the interesting part of it. So this incident kind of strengthened the relationship and the client you know, was retained with us for over a year.

In another case, you know, a completely different situation, there was a delay in the project because the estimated time frame for the project was wrong. And various reasons, you know, scope creep happened and other things kind of came in, but the estimated time frame was wrong, and we were not able going to meet that time frame. So we used that opportunity. We evaluated the entire strategy. You know, we made the necessary adjustment, and we told the client, we have to change the strategy want to hit those timelines or close to those timelines.

And, you won’t believe it because there was this constraint that was there we were able to come up with a better strategy, and the results we achieved were better than the initially anticipated ones. It took a little longer, but the clients were ultimately happy and the the clients continued working with us. That was, you know, in spite of this bad news and the project getting delayed. It’s about honesty and transparency in communication and acknowledging there is a problem. So these stories kind of might have highlighted to you, you know, the power of client centric communication during challenging times as well as, you know, businesses that embraced transparency, empathy problem solving will evolve stronger from that situation, and we’ll have stronger client relationships at the end of the day.

That matters. You know, don’t run away from bad news. Bad news is part and parcel of every business, but it’s how you manage it, how you use that bad news, how you communicate that bad news to your client. That’ll set you apart from competitors. And there you have it.

Another insightful episode of the client bank then. Let’s quickly recap the key takeaways we have covered today about the effective client centric communication in the world of B2B And Professional Services Businesses. Firstly, we dwelled into the concept of client centric communication which revolves around tailwind your message interactions and solutions to address your client’s specific needs and concerns. Remember it’s not just about what you say, but how you say it, that truly makes the difference. We emphasized how client centric communication isn’t just a buzzword.

It’s a fundamental strategy that can set your business apart in a competitive landscape by placing your clients at the heart of your communication approach You can build stronger relationships, foster trust, and ultimately attract and retain more clients. Now, it’s time to put these strategies into action. Take a look at your marketing my TV. Are they clear jargon free without any industry in Rogue? Can they be understood by anybody?

Do the resonate with your target market. During sales conversations, remember the power of active listening. Don’t speak, listen. Ask probing questions that help you align your services with your client’s objectives, and don’t hesitate to position yourself as the expert. They can rely on guidance.

You are the expert. You are the service provider, but talk in a language that the client can understand and share. So what will we do next? In our next episode, we’ll be diving into the world of service prioritization for revenue From creating prepackaged services to streamline marketing and sales processes, you will be able to sell your services like a product company sells their product. You don’t want to miss that at this point.

But before I wrap up, remember that mastering client centric communication is a journey, not a destination. Continuously assess refine and adapt your communication strategies to meet the evolving needs of your client. When you do that, you will bring over new clients, but you will also foster loyalty and turn them into advocates and band ambassadors for your services. Thank you for joining me on this episode of the client magnet. If you found these insights valuable, be sure to subscribe, rate, and review the podcast.

Your feedback helps me bring you content that might matters most to your business. Feel free to drop drop me an email. I read and respond to every message, in every email.

So feel free to email me. I’ll look forward to connecting with you. Once again, thank you for being part of the client magnet community. State tuned for the next episode where we’ll dive into service prioritization for revenue growth. Until then, keep communicating, keep thriving, keep winning those clients.

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