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Ignore Email at Your Own Peril

14 days ago   |   By Business 2 Community

There are lots of people out there who think that email is dead. As it turns out, nothing could be further from the truth, and believing in the myth of email's death could be costing your business - BIG TIME. Would it surprise you to learn that businesses with email response rates of less than an hour are significantly more successful than even those who take two hours? Responding to email is a nonverbal cue that build trust with your clients, and if you're dropping the ball chances are you're losing a lot of business because of it.
Clients really want one thing: to feel heard and valued...
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