Adam and Jeannie share tips and best practices for when you need to turn away customers for the greater good.
Have you ever had to turn away customers?
Maybe there was a time you really should have! When you’re over capacity or getting dangerously close, the obvious reaction is to think about scaling up and hiring more people. However, these things can take time. So what do you do in the meantime?
This is something most of us don’t want to think about, but sometimes it’s just necessary to turn away customers. We know it hurts, but the fact of the matter is this:
Don’t sacrifice the quality of your current customers’ experience just to make another sale, because it’s not worth it in the long run. Don’t bring in new customers at a time when you can’t give them as much attention as they deserve.
How can you turn away customers without spoiling potential relationships or making your company look bad? Adam and Jeannie have some tips you can use today!
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