Your client mentions he has some concerns about implementing a Google Search campaign. Which is a good example of clarifying the client’s concerns?

Your client mentions he has some concerns about implementing a Google Search campaign. Which is a good example of clarifying the client’s concerns?

  • “I can see how that would be your concern, but you do not have to worry about that.”
  • “This sounds more like a concern your supervisor mentioned. Is that correct?”
  • “It sounds like you are getting incorrect information. What is the role of the person who told you that?”
  • “Can you please tell me more about what you have heard that concerns you?”

The correct answer of this question is: “Can you please tell me more about what you have heard that concerns you?”

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