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Pacific Palisades, CA
Based upon the clients preference ... if left up to me ... email, phone, text. That may change depending on the urgency of any given situation.
Tony and Suzanne Marri...
Some clients are better with certain forms of communication than others. That being said to explain something I prefer to use prerecorded videos that explain processes and what to expect. Emails are good for fairly brief reminders, texts are fast but more awkward for some and a phone call is the best way to interact.
Depends on the client and their preference for communication.
Anthony Acosta - ALLAT...
A combination of all three, and weighed to match the client. A
No two clients are the same nor are situations and circumstances the same. You have to evaluate and deliver what is needed at the moment.
Warner Robins, GA
Depends on their preference. If you were communicating with my mother you better call her. No cell phone, no email.
Depends on the situation and the client.
I like to be in control, but simplicity is important too.
Forgive me Annette, but I'm not sure I follow. Is this a multiple choice, pick one? Or is this the method for communicating each?
Depends on my client - I still get clients with no email or text msging
They all want something different now - text, email, video chat and rarely phone calls.
We have a discussion on their preferred contact method and how often they would like updates. I find most want text messages, but email is also common. Even for leads that aren't clients yet text seem to be the best way to get replies and built a relationship.
Phone and email
Email, phone calls, and text. Seems to work well for me!
Depends on the client. Working with one now that loves to text. It's like getting a short story every time. I prefer the phone, but whatever works best for my client.. I will adapt.
I give them a choice of what they like. phone, text, email.
It's a combination of all three although not equal in all situations.
I just have to tailor my communication to the individual.
They sense it when they meet me.
This is way above my head!
Depends on the client. I prefer email, but when I have a client that doesn't I can adjust and respect that. I have had clients with no computer or smart phone, while it's a challenge it's not like I can make them get one.
email and text
Whatever works best.
Effectively is my goal.
Kathleen Daniels nailed this one!
Yes to all three and all depends on the situation and the client. Maybe all three with one client.
I usually ask my clients what is the best way to communicate and how late into the evening will a call/text be acceptable.
I find most clients will prefer email or text unless it would take more than a few sentences to communicate a message -- then a phone call would be best.
Annette Lawrence , Palm Harbor, FL 727-420-4041 simply by saying - we are together in this - and it is all about you!
Depends on what has to be communicated, and their preference.
Text when we have to communicate with phone calls for the important stuff
Email, texts and phone calls all have there place based on a customer's preference!
It is those attributes as well as and more importantly, accurate information answering their questions. Email does it for me with a follow-up call to discuss
Method cover all three: it is their choice typically: phone, text or email.