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How many touchpoints does your business have?

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How many touchpoints does your business have?

How many touchpoints does your business have?


More than you think! 

Some touchpoints are obvious:

  • A sales meeting with a client
  • A letter sent to a prospect
  • An email sent to a referral
  • A transaction with a cashier

But what about:

  • Customer deliveries
  • Answering the phone
  • When you give out your business card
  • Entries on your blog
  • Visiting your website

Are there interactions with customers and prospects that are affecting their perception of your company? 


Conducting a review of all your touchpoints can lead to opportunities to positively impact what people think about your company.


Are you maximizing your touchpoints? 

Don't let opportunities slip away.

Every time a customer or prospect interacts with your company, you have the opportunity to positively affect their perceptions of your business.


For example:

  • When you mail an invoice to a customer, do you include a special offer, a coupon or an announcement?
  • Does your business card include a description of what your company does?
  • Is your business easy to find?
  • Do you offer a guarantee?
  • When your staff interacts with customers, is the outcome a positive one?
  • Do you include relevant information in your newsletters?
  • Do you communicate with prospects and customers using their preferred channel (email, phone, letter)?
  • Are your customer testimonials prominent on your website or in your store?
  • Do you thank customers for their business?
  • Do your employees' uniforms look professional?
  • Is it easy to contact you?
  • Do you have a communications plan to stay "top-of-mind" with your customers?

When all of your touchpoints deliver a relevant and consistent message, then you are maximizing those touchpoints and ensuring that the customer experience is a positive one.


When your customers have a positive experience with all touchpoints of your business, they are more likely to be engaged for the long term.

David Fischer
Solutions for Growth
Master Certified Solution Provider