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Client education involves activities or processes a business puts in place to provide customers the knowledge and skills necessary to make the most of its products or services. Although companies can benefit from client education, many avoid the issue due to false beliefs the customer will be less loyal or know too much. In reality, the more you provide your client with knowledge and insight to help them understand your services and how you provide value, the more empowered and loyal they’ll be. Find out how to demonstrate your industry expertise by educating your clients in a way that shows you’re a key resource for them.

Position Yourself as the Expert (and Obvious Solution)

Benefits of Client Education

Educating your clients provides significant benefits. For instance, client education builds trust in your company. Customers are more likely to trust your brand when you make an effort to enhance their knowledge of your services, rather than using marketing ploys to get them to do business with you. Showing clients how to get the most from your services also helps differentiate your brand and show why it’s better at filling needs than another brand. Clients are more likely to do business with you when you present them with information about how you can benefit them and offer multiple solutions. Client education also reduces complaints, as customers learn to independently solve problems related to your service. This lessens the pressure on client support teams so they can remain productive in handling other issues. Plus, client education enhances your long-term customer base. When clients know and understand your service and its features, capabilities and limitations, they have realistic expectations about what they can achieve.

Methods for Client Education

There are a variety of options for educating clients on your services. For instance, you might create a hands-on experience where customers can experience your services. You could organize workshops to provide information on how your services differ from others’ while emotionally connecting with clients to create more value. You may create and share useful content on your company website, email, social media or other easily accessible places. Your content may include blog posts, videos or graphics that describe how to use your services, share facts about your business and empower clients to meet their needs faster with your services.

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