Relationship Marketing

It's All About Relationships!

Crock Pot Marketing!

Which would you rather eat food out of? A Microwave or a CrockPot?!

Building relationships takes time…Just like the delicious food we enjoy from the slow cooker, the relationships we take the time to nurture, are the ones that give us more joy and fulfillment. Developing solid long term personal and professional relationships, built upon the art of showing appreciation and gratitude, is the ultimate key to creating a satisfying, referral-based business.

I believe in the philosophy that showing appreciation in business and in our personal lives is a lost art form. I have found those that embrace this philosophy create a mindset, and daily living habits, that foster a successful life both personally and in business.

I work with individuals and companies to develop relationship marketing strategies and campaigns,  so their contacts and customers know they are appreciated.




The value of your business is directly related to the size, and quality, of your network. Having a Relationship Marketing and Follow up system is absolutely the MOST IMPORTANT part of building, and growing, your business!

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Here is a great page where you can find interviews with some very successful entrepreneurs in a variety of industries who use Relationship (aka ‘Crockpot’) Marketing to grow referral-based businesses.

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Incredible Relationship Marketing Interviews from Professionals, Business Owners, Sales Professionals, and HR Executives explaining how by incorporating a cost effective Client, Customer and Employee Acquisition & Retention Strategy has had a significant impact on their business!

Customer service and appreciation go hand in hand, however, most businesses and salespeople don’t stop to think about the appreciation part of customer service… Kody’s guest is Jay McHugh, Co-Owner and CAO at LAER Realty Partners and author of “How to Sell Your Home for More Money”. Jay has over 30 years experience as a Realtor assisting over 1000 families in the Greater Boston area serving on many boards and volunteer groups throughout the years. Jay coaches and trains his own and other Realtors on how to 10x their business with relationship marketing and incorporating the habit of appreciation as the cornerstone of their customer service. His favorite training starts with a quote: “It’s not the cost of sending the cards that is expensive; it is the cost of not sending the cards that is expensive” Jay McHugh. Customer Service Strategy To Increase Customer Loyalty