As if researching, writing and editing weren’t enough to handle as a professional writer, you also have to figure out creative ways to win over the customer. With all of the competition out there, it may seem that trying to keep the customer interested is an impossible task, but you’ll be pleased to learn that it isn’t. It simply goes back to the core concept of why you’re in business in the first place: because you’re good at what you do.
Sometimes a difficult client can create a bad experience on your end as well no matter how much you may want to be positive and productive. Looking for some tips on how to save yourself the potential frustration, lost time and cancelled orders? Here are some warning behaviours to watch out for.
No matter how good you are at being in business, there will that day where you are going to get the customer who’s just impossible to deal with. Maybe they’re rude, maybe they’re needlessly picky, or maybe they’re just really difficult to deal with. Whatever makes them difficult for you, here are some tips to get through those interactions that won’t leave you feeling like a doormat.