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"We Were Taught To Say 'Thank You' ... Have We Forgotten HOW?"copyright 2002 John EvansWhen you get an order, do you remember to say Thanks to your customer? If someone requests information from you, or even your autoresponder, does the message they get say Thanks? Do any of your replies say Thank you?Saying those two little words, "Thank You", could be one of the keys to getting new customers, or getting return visitors. Return visitors could become return, buying customers. Even if they only ask for information, or download free gifts from your site, they deserve to be acknowledged. If they take the time to visit, and you're aware of it,why not take the time to tell them you appreciate it?If you can, try to 'personalize' it. Why? Because we are humans, and humans have egos, and egos like to be stroked, to be recognized. What better way than to use the person's name? Many times, this just isn't possible, but for those times when it is, JustDo It!For instance, one ezine comes to mind, that I getevery week. One line in the newsletter says, "HelloBJ, Thank you so much for taking the time to readthis newsletter."Now, this particular ezine has around 2000 subscribers,so you know darn well that the publisher just doesn'thave the time to put each of his subscriber's nameson their copies of the ezine. But he still says, "Thank you." And you know what? Even though he, or hislist manager, probably used a CGI script of some kindto 'mail merge' our names into the newsletter, it stilltickles my ego. I'll bet it does yours, too!This man took the time to see that all his subscribersreceived a Thank You. Have you thanked YOUR customers...Lately?Think about it!+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++copyright 2002 John Evanshttp://www.dailybiz.com ips.htmUse this article if you like, but please leave it intact.+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Article Tags: Were Taught