[s-cars] Attention AOL users
kentmclean at mindspring.com
Sat Mar 4 10:45:57 EST 2006
Djdawson2 at aol.com wrote:
> But at this point I feel stuck, as my email address has over
> 10 years of "equity" for many business contacts. I feel like it
> would be impossible to update everyone that mattered of a
> new email address.
Impossible? No. Inconvenient, maybe.
Treat it as you would if you had to move to a new location due
to growth. Make the announcement in advance (I'm switching
from AOL to newISP), let them know a) at the start of the switch
(I can new be reached at me at newISP) and at the end (my AOL
account will no longer be active).
Give them a 1 to 3 month window of overlap. Do it during the
"slow" season (if you have one), to give them time to adjust.
Make your announcements via email (easier for them to update)
and, for critical accounts, via a postal mailing.
Some sales people find any excuse to talk to a customer is
a good one. "Hey, we haven't talked in a while. I just wanted
you to know that we are switching ISPs. To better serve you,
we can be reached now at x at new.com. You can also check
out our new, faster web site at www.y.com."
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