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The Art of Client Service, Revised and Updated Edition: 58 Things Every Advertising & Marketing Professional Should Know

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  • Posted November 13, 2008

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    Solid guide to becoming a top client service executive

    Following Robert Solomon¿s 54 rules will turn your staff members into better account executives. Perhaps think of this list as making up a course on how to teach people to become better service representatives and build effective client relationships. Although some of the rules may seem arbitrary and redundant, others have plenty of merit. The rules suggest that account reps improve by becoming better informed about clients¿ sales, communications and customer goals; learning how to recommend the best media to accomplish clients¿ strategies; doing homework to gain insight into clients¿ industries and discovering new ways for clients to build their businesses. The rules go on to advise on precise skills, such as outlining successful client creative briefs. This short book suffers from its forced structure, but getAbstract says those who want to build their account rep skills will find it a handy checklist for helping clients in marketing, public relations, sales promotion, special events or advertising.

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