How to do “more than asked” WITHOUT giving it away for “free”…

How to do “more than asked” WITHOUT giving it away for “free”… Avatar Posted by tcwatson under Customer Service
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Written by Sian Phillips
720 days ago

Strangely enough I came across something like this on the weekend which made me think. I often hire a car from Hertz when I head back to the UK to visit the family and I think about 70% of the time they always offer me a free upgrade. When I thought about it it probably doesn't cost them a thing as they are the upgrade cars they have freely available so it's a nice touch. Thanks for sharing on Bizsugar.com



Written by tcwatson
720 days ago

Thanks again for posting (especially to my blog). - Tom



Written by tiroberts
720 days ago

Fantastic post, Tom. Throwing in freebies is a fantastic way to build and retain business. Like you mentioned, this same principle can be applied in any kind of business. I currently do this in my internet marketing business.

The name of the game in internet marketing is always offer a freebie of some sort and in exchange for an email. I always try to over deliver in the free reports and videos I offer. Even when I'm doing promos on a paid product, offering top notch bonuses for free is a great way to over deliver as well. I've even gone as far a giving unannounced freebies in addition to the bonuses of a paid product. This is always a great surprise to a new customer.

Thanks for sharing this post with our BizSugar community. You shared some great insights and I enjoyed reading it!

Ti



Written by tcwatson
720 days ago

Thanks again for posting (especially to my blog). - Tom



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