Ask for what you want


  1. Ask for information
    Ask your current and future clients to tell you what are their challenges, obstacles, and goals, so you’ll be able to help them overcome these difficulties and achieve those goals.
  2. Ask for (more) business
    Whenever you make a pitch to new or previous clients, end it with simple and concrete questions: “Would you like to give it a try? May I please have your business?” 
  3. Ask for written endorsements
    Choose a few clients and contact them for written endorsements. Publish those endorsements on websites or social media. 
  4. Ask for feedback
    Schedule monthly focus groups to meet your new customers and receive first-hand information about your products or service. Ask them to leave reviews, or to contact your company with positive or negative feedback.  


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