I would like to go on just a little bit of a rant. I have experienced the worst customer service experience with an online marketer and that I thought I’d share with you some insight.
To begin with, most of us understand, at least intellectually, that Hp Customer support service is vital to your printing business. You are aware that an unhappy customer can lead to all sorts of grief. You do not know whether this individual who you are ticking off is an influential Facebook star that will subsequently plaster your business throughout their webpage with exceptionally negative reviews/comments. You say “that is free advertisement!” True, which may cause increased visitors to you website, however they won’t buy anything. Actually, they can troll your website, consuming bandwidth, posting rude or obnoxious comments. Your reputation is corrupt following a struggle like that. You cannot win. There are other dangers to ticking off your customers also, but I believe you get the picture.
But, we also understand there’s always that pesky, pain in the buttocks customer who expects one to bend over backward for the tiniest thing. Especially one which did not purchase anything just downloaded a free report. Also, but they’ll be asking for matters regarding a product which you truly don’t wish to encourage any longer.
If you sell an HP product to your customer, you encourage them for Hp Customer support. Period. Understand it’s in reason. However, selling a product that you don’t have any intentions of supporting or keeping is simply poor business practice. You do not please anybody. If you do not need to encourage your product, take it off your website and quit promoting it! This goes for the bonuses that you supply even if they are not your own. If you have partnered with HP and they supplied bonuses that you set on your product earnings, thank you, or incentive webpage then you’re accountable to the customer for ensuring they get everything you promised.