Why Managing Your Contacts is Vital to the Success of Your Business
HealingRadiusPro makes it easy to import your existing business leads and vendors into our easy-to-use contact management system feature. Making sure to import all existing leads is important to staying organized so that your business will continue to create and nourish your existing partnerships for marketing and sales opportunities.
Importance of Properly Managing all Contacts By using HealingRadiusPro to manage all aspects of your wellness center or independent services, you can keep all your vital business information in one place and easily track the progress of your leads, pending payments and existing vendors. Keep track of client notes on their existing or pending payments and manage to keep all your store inventory on point. Tracking your business history and relationships with vendors will help you to remember specifics and maintain good partnerships.
By organizing your potential leads with HealingRadiusPro, you’ll be able to categorize your outreach efforts and contact potential leads with follow-ups by week, month and so forth. You’ll also be able to easily access all leads for targeted email marketing outreach and campaigns through your business studio.
Remember that your business leads are just as important to your business as existing vendors and clients. Nourish your relationship with vendors by continually creating outreach opportunities that requires a CTA (call to action) and a way to engage with with you. Creating engagement between the two of you helps to customize your business relationship and also exemplifies your customer service accessibility.
Never underestimate the importance of keeping up-to-date with contact information so that you’re not wasting your own business time. Keeping all your contact info updated is one of the many tasks that your HealingRadiusPro account can help you keep organized. Tending to your contact data regularly is essential for checking for common data errors and accidental duplications. Tips for Organization and Engagement:
1. Consider organizing your vendors by seasonal need. An example of this, insert reminders in your HealingRadiusPro spreadsheet to stay on track of when certain specialty inventory needs to be ordered.
(ie: Color code vendors based on what they offer, that way you’ll keep track of the items they have like long sleeve yoga hoodies for fall/winter display at your yoga studio or energizing, citrus massage oil blends in spring/summer for your day spa.
2. Give back to your community and be recognized for your efforts!
Focus on providing items from vendors for sale from local small businesses or organizations that give back when an item is purchased. An example of this: Eco-friendly hemp clothing and lotions for your fitness center or a locally handmade soaps from a local farm. Carrying items that show you went the extra mile to find something suitable will set a desirable message from you to your vendors and clients.
Access your business appointments and contacts from home, office or on-the-go!
Easy to import and export leads, clients and vendors’ information.
A user-friendly program you and your staff can use to reach out to and follow up with clients.
Easily track and review the communication history between you and a contact.
Stay on top of your clients’ specific needs and interests.
All of your vendor or merchant contacts will stay organized and easy to view.
Using HealingRadiusPro will help you maintain a consistent and attractive business page for your public to see and engage in. The overall appearance that your digital presence represents to potential leads and existing vendors is important to keep the audience engaged and remind them that you offer the best with HealingRadiusPro.
Allison Barfield is a content writer for Span Enterprises and has been writing since she first learned to hold a pencil, shortly after birth. After graduating from the University of South Carolina in 2013 with a B.A. in media arts she fell in love with marketing. She's been copy writing and managing multiple blogs ever since.