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Is your business struggling financially? I hope not, but unfortunately, many are.

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Open QuickBooks. Go to the Reports menu. Select Customers & Receivables, then select Customer Contact List. QuickBooks creates a report showing contact information for your customers.

Click the Modify Report button. Under the Display tab, you will see a Columns box. The second choice says Active Status. Place a check mark next to it.

Click the Filters tab. The first choice is Active Status. To the right are three circles:

  • All
  • Active
  • Non-active

Select the Non-active circle. Make other modifications as you wish. Click OK.

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.....QuickBooks now displays all of your non-active customers.

Go through this list and examine each one. Ask these questions:

  • Why is this customer inactive?
  • What can I do to reactivate this customer?
  • Can this customer be a source of referrals?
  • Can I offer an incentive for referrals?
  • What kind of incentive can I offer for this customer to return to me?
  • Did I do something to alienate this customer?
  • Any other question you can think of to get this customer back!

Once you've brainstormed your questions and answers, craft a well written phone script and/or email, based on your answers to the above questions. Write about your incentives, ask for referrals, offer an apology if needed.

Start calling and emailing these people. Call and email several times over the next month.

They needed you before... they may need you again. Don't give up.

It's a well known fact that it's easier and more cost effective to keep customers than find new ones...

... so use QuickBooks to help you!

Let me know how it goes... please keep in touch.

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