Do you know why companies spend thousands and millions on customer service each year? Let me tell you the cold hard truth: no matter whether the business is large or small, it’s not that they love you and want to fulfil your every need it’s that they want your money.
The best way to have a customer come back time and time again is to give them an experience they will never forget (in a good way). This means great customer service.
But there is a caveat to this universal law: it also works in reverse. If you screw a loyal customer, who might also happen to be a supplier of yours, you’ll end up shafted.
The #Blog30 challenge just started at full steam and yet it’s still gaining momentum! But every good train needs fuel!
It’s not always easy to come up with great post worthy ideas. Fear not, you are in good hands with Blog30. But if you already aren’t part of #Blog30 Challenge click here to find out more. The info is free and the contest is free! Really! No strings attached!
So now that you’re here and are out of blogging ideas? How about this:
Use #Blog30 for your content generation! I don’t mean copy anyone, that is wrong on so many levels. But get ideas from them and build upon it!
There are so many social media ‘things’ we have to manage these days that it can be rather tiresome and painful JUST to get one message out to everyone. Well, when you make a blog post now you won’t have to suffer as much because there is a easy way to have your blog automatically make a Twitter post for you automatically!
This great plugin is called “Twitter Tools”. This is a constantly maintained WordPress plugin which will do just that: make a tweet for you whenever you make a new post.
Not a big deal right, why would you want something like that? Twitter’ing isn’t hard! Yeah but think of it this way: if you schedule a lot of posts are you REALLY going to remember to go and manually make a tweet about every schedules post? Probably not. It’s also great for scheduling posts and tweets when you’re out on vacation so that people don’t forget about you!
In the post you’ll also find small quick tip on how to add personalized tracking to Twitter Tools (which isn’t available by default). You’ll find it at the bottom of the post.