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June 10, 2010
Gaining Leads Through Strong First Impressions
By Danny Brown

What do people think of you when they first meet you?

What do you think their immediate impression is? If it's personally, you might not care too much - after all, to each their own, right? But what if you're a business offering a service - does that change your train of thought? Does the view of the same new face now hold more sway?

Even more so, what if your service is one that defines people's first impressions of your customer - would you place even more emphasis on every single interaction you have, to make sure the impression left is the right one?

First Impressions - Part One

I have certain alerts set up via Google (as well as other social monitoring platforms), to alert me to words and phrases that could point to articles or blog posts relevant to me or my clients. One of these alerts came in this afternoon, so I thought I'd check it out.

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