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People love to be complimented. Page 51 To Solidify a Repeat Customer 16. Fish for Negative Feedback Complaining customers can be your best friends. Without their expressing problems, you could never know how to improve. Without improvement, you would stagnate and eventually fail. (In customer service there is no neutral gear. ) The best ways to get feedback are: Let customers know that you really want their honest opinions (good news or bad). Provide ways for them to tell you. We can get such feedback in several ways but the simplest is naive listening.
But please bear in mind that you probably serve a number of different types of customers and you may call them something different. Satisfied customers are those who purchase (although not always for money) and receive value from the goods and services you offer. Generally these customers have a choice. If they don't like what you offer or the way you offer it, they can go elsewhere for similar goods or services. When they do, you and your organization suffer. Satisfied customers create profits.
Applying this thinking to customer behaviors would suggest that customers who are satisfied may be inert, not motivated as earlier thinkers assumed. Their satisfaction is simply the absence of dissatisfaction, not the motivation to become a repeat customer. A "zone of indifference" lies between the dissatisfied and the motivated. Herzberg would say that the satisfied person on the above model is one whose "hygiene" needs are met. He is not suffering dissatisfaction but is rather in a neutral state.