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10 rules in dealing with web design clients

10 rules in dealing with web design clients

When you start a web design business with few clients, it is easy to stay on top of your client’s requirements. There are some basic rules you should follow while dealing with your customers that we’ve learned with our experience. Yet, there are so many businesses and companies out there who are STILL clueless on how to give support and service. Here are a few rules for web design clients to need to follow so that the customers receive fantastic support each and every step of the way.

  1. Listen to the Client
    As a web design provider, to listen to exactly what the Customer wants is the golden path to success. The customer should always have the opportunity to articulate his concerns fully.
  2. The client must feel understood.
    It is important that the client should feel that we fully understood what he wanted to say. And if you do not really understand him, then you should just ask him again.
  3. Avoid use of technical terms
    Potential Web Customers buy mostly what they see. Therefore, the use of technical terms in conversation with customers is a taboo. A web design agency should use such language which is understandable to the client easily.
  4. Avoid long explanations
    The attention span of the average man is limited. Small morsels of information are therefore warranted. Great monologues on specialized topics are out. It should never be assumed that the customers know and follow the technical explanations, even if it still sounds so simple for yourself.
  5. Questions
    As a web designer you should always try to actively involve the customer in the conversation. One can very well do with issues. Thus, the attention remains on a high level. Moreover, we find out more what the customer really wants.
  6. Splitting at the awards meeting
    Split the individual services at the price question, so as the client is fully convinced about the web design, which is behind all of the total and give what they might want.
  7. Keep your customers informed about the progress of the project
    Design the home page and then hold consultations on, whether the site is acceptable as it is or or it can take over the bases. You should meet the customer’s requirements of design before informing him. Avoid to bother the client frequently.
  8. Keep your promise
    Once a promise made should be respected. Trust is a valuable asset in the customer relationship.
  9. Client is always right
    Vanities do not belong in client meetings. When you see that the customer is at fault, then he should convinced by expressing your views and don’t be funny about it. You should carefully handle the matter at that time. Find something that could be corrected in the statement and then bring it in well digestible way your arguments into play.
  10. If the customer requires more than agreed, then increase the price
    Instead of arguing with the customer or to refuse service, you should meet the additional requirements with a higher compensation. Of course, with prior arrangement.
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1 Comment

  1. akash

    February 22, 2011 at 6:43 am

    AWESOME! Exactly what I was looking for! Thanks a lot!

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