It seems common sense that businesses should expect employees to pay great attention to how they greet customers. A courteous greeting is an excellent way to make a positive first impression on a customer, and there is the risk that a customer will not purchase in the absence of a proper greeting.
There is an essential element of psychology for the sales organization in greeting customers. When a salesperson focuses on greeting a customer, she can establish an emotional bond before making the sales pitch and help the customer decide whether to purchase. Without the emotional bond, a customer has no motivation to take a salesperson’s pitch seriously.
In some business models, it’s more appropriate to place the greeting function with specialists in their departments rather than hire a greeter for the front entrance. In this model, customers who buy a specific product get a personalized greeting followed by helpful product information and other help from the employee trained to serve those customers.
Customers who believe they weren’t treated well by a company can do a lot of damage when they share their feelings. Anyone can go online to share how they were greeted rudely or not and perhaps had other problems with your business. Dissatisfied customers may post negative reviews or other damaging material that can become viral, especially when shared via social media, and can hurt a company’s reputation now and for some time.
To establish a connection, sales organizations and other firms that depend on the customer greeting should implement standardized training. If no standard is taught, employees are left to greet customers as they choose, and their greetings may be inadequate. With training built into company procedures, it’s easier to ensure that customers get a standard first impression and hold employees accountable for using acceptable greetings.
Do you still send wishes (posts) sent by someone else to your friends and customers? Or do you download from Google and send greetings to your friends and customers? Do you still take screenshots of other people’s WhatsApp status?
Chaiwale, juicewale at most, shares the same post sent by someone else because he does not know how to edit / design photos.
One thing is clear from all these things in Today’s world branding is very important. Because branding can give a new identity to your business, develop a good trust with customers and grow your business, everyone needs branding to increase their business. Whether it is chaiwale, juicewale, be it paanwale or foodwale.
High and low-class merchants hire agencies for branding, which is impossible for a lower-class trader (e.g.- chaiwale, paanwale, juicewale, salonwale, tailor). To fulfill this need, we have brought “Picwale” app for you so that now you can also send wishes to your friends and customers without any design skills. Just one app, one-time profiling, and getting 100% readymade posts for social channels, WhatsApp status, Instagram reels, etc.
Whether you are a small business or a medium business person, whether you are a juice wale, chai wale, or a farmer, it is not necessary that you should have design skills to create a post. From Now, You can create a post for your business on the Picwale app in just a few clicks. We have allowed the same design to be made in different languages and ratios.
Picwale App fulfills your requirement for WhatsApp Status, Instagram Reels, Facebook Stories, Snapchat Post, Pinterest Post, LinkedIn Post, etc. You can download posts for all these platforms in just a few clicks.
You can share birthday wishes, congratulations, event posts, and brand posts with your friends, customers, and relatives, and that too in your own language.