Client Experience Tools for Solopreneurs – How to Pick the Right One(s)

August 10, 2021

I'm Amy!

Client experience is more than delivering on a promise. I empower solopreneurs to design simple, memorable, and engaging experiences that keep clients coming back and sharing their experience with others. 


The internet is full of different software tools claiming to be the best at managing and automating different parts of how you do business. How do you know what the best tool(s) are the best fit for how you work with clients? 

Great question! In this week’s episode, I’m going to share what I’ve learned after trying lots of tools along my journey and how to determine if a tool is the right fit for your business. 

This Week on Touchpoints:

• Tools can be fun like new school supplies
• A tool that is perfect for someone else isn’t always right for you
• Why it’s important to try a tool before you buy it
• How to determine if a tool is a good fit for you

Resources Mentioned:

Google Drive
Acuity (now Squarespace Scheduling)

Thanks for tuning in to this week’s episode of Touchpoints, a podcast designed for service-focused solopreneurs, like you, to learn the art of building lasting client relationships with systems strategist and your host, Amy Feierman.

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