The Best Compliment!
“Why go out for hamburger when you have steak at home?” This is a wonderful statement Paul Newmanmade about his beloved wife Joanne Woodward and what a beautiful sentiment. Wouldn’t we all looove to hear that said about us!
Being a Steak in Love.
In love, being the steak at home takes devotion, respect, loyalty and honesty. We must give more them more than what the outside world has to offer. Care more about ourselves and give our best. We must love fiercely; be memorable and make our other half the center of our world. Being steak mean you go out of your way to let your love know you care and how much they mean to you in little and big ways. Most important, let hem know you want them and need them.
Being a Steak in Business.
So … how does this relate to us and to business?
At WebsitesGiveBack, we take this particular statement to heart in how we conduct our business and with our website designs.
We’re truly grateful and respect our customers. We listen to them and give them what they want; not what we want or think they want. We know, without question, that we offer the best value and no other company really comes close to what we offer and the way we deliver. We’re advocates to them and go the extra mile to help them with their local marketingand big picture. We watch out for our customers and when they have questions about our competitors or other offers, we’re honest; even if it means we’re not the right fit for them. We deliver an excellent product with superior service. We don’t leave them once their website is done; we stay with them and are always available, providing valuable information and suggestions along the way.
The point here is that we love our customers fiercely. We want to let them know first, that we want their business and second, that we’re the best choice out there; we’re their steak.
Are you Steak or Hamburger?
So … do you do this? Do you think you’re the steak to your customers? Do you have steak or hamburger in your business relationships? Chime in; let us know what you think about steak and hamburgers!
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Customer satisfaction is worthless. Customer loyalty is priceless. Jeffrey Gitomer