Sat.Jun 08, 2019 - Fri.Jun 14, 2019

Customers Still Want the In-Person Customer Experience How to Capitalize on it

Ann Michaels and Associates

How can you make the customer experience better? It’s pretty simple actually…talk to your customers.

4 Proven Ways to Level Up Customer Trust

ProProfs Chat

Companies today invest a lot in gaining top customer service skills. Businesses implement marketing strategies that they are confident will work out with their consumers and help them connect instantly. However, building trust is a lengthy process that many business owners claim can take years.

How to Improve Your Customer’s Online Experience

CSM Magazine

With so much emphasis on digital services these days, brands need to ensure they’re providing a seamless online service. More consumers than ever before are using their smartphones and tablets to shop for the things they need.

Customer Experience vs. User Experience vs. User Interface

GetFeedback

I’ve lost count of the number of meetings that I’ve had with copywriters, marketers, and designers where the terms customer experience (CX) , user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) have been used in an interchangeable manner. In those meetings, I’ve always gotten the gist of what they were trying to explain, so I’ve overlooked the terminology.

How to Make the Transition to Customer Service Outsourcing

Speaker: Randy Clapp, Chief Revenue Officer, Advantage Communications Inc.

You’re feeling the pressure of keeping your employees engaged and improving your customer experience, but you’re not sure if you’re ready or even know how to make a smooth transition to a contact center. Randy Clapp, Chief Revenue Officer of Advantage Communications, will lead you through an outsourcing Self-Assessment you can apply to your business in this insightful webinar developed to provide you with the building blocks to take your customer service experience to the next level.

How Visual Engagement Tools Can Streamline Online Banking Experience

CloudCherry

Online banking has been transforming customers’ behaviors, expectations, and needs. Why is that so? It’s because it provides a more comfortable life for the customer, which is what they want precisely.

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Learn How to Develop a Journey Mindset

IntouchInsight

Our recent webinar featured special guest, Kerry Bodine. Watch this on-demand webinar now to learn how to develop a journey mindset at your organization

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7 Samples of Feedback Forms for Customers That Actually Work

GetFeedback

We know that customer’s opinions and feedback are important because they impact the sustainability of a company throughout its lifecycle.

5 Ways Live Chat Improves Your Customer Support

Kayako

At Kayako, we’re big proponents of live chat customer support. That’s because we know how powerful it can be at helping boost your customers’ experience—and your business in the process.

Nurture Customer Rescue Artists

Customer Bliss

In my Daily Dose video series, I explore the topics that chief customer officers must grapple with on a daily basis. Join me as I discuss what I’ve learned over the course of my 35-year career, so that you can more effectively do the work that needs to be done.

The Evolution of Support: How to Manage Customer Support in an Era of Self-help

Speaker: Kristina Evey, Customer Experience Expert and Consultant

As self-service as a customer preference continues to grow, it's more important than ever that we assess the amount of support being given to our customer service reps. Is there a way to find the right balance between self-service and support?

The CX Stage

CloudCherry

I am a storyteller. I have spent the better part of my life sharing those stories on stage through song, dance, and acting. And, when I joined the CloudCherry Team over two years ago, I felt certain that little- if any- of the skills I’d honed during this 20-year career would be transferable.

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CX Tools: Why Few is Better Than Many

GetFeedback

CX tools are dominating the software space. In fact, according to Capterra , there are over 300 different customer experience tools currently on the market. This isn’t surprising, considering customer experience is becoming a more important metric year after year. This is because, within most industries, customers have more than one (sometimes dozens) of similar options to choose from right at their fingertips.

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Let’s Chat about Chat

NICE Systems

More businesses are offering chat to their customers as a support option. Here’s why that’s great news for both these businesses and their customers. Chat offers several benefits to customers. Typically, chat users find this method to be convenient — for example, they can get immediate help while making an online shopping decision. And 74% of chat interactions result in a first-contact resolution.

How Johnson & Johnson Creates Value for Customers and Employees

Customer Bliss

How does a global consumer brand create value for its customers, consumers, and employees? In today’s episode, we talk to Chester Twigg , the first global chief customer officer at Johnson & Johnson. Chester shares that he was approached for the role because there was an internal recognition that it was a position that could truly add value to the business and the organization, to drive a more global consistency around selling.

Good, Better, Best: Three Ways to Calculate the ROI of CX Initiatives

Speaker: John Joba and David Robbins

Customer Experience is at a tipping point. Despite increasing investment in measurement platforms, executives still struggle to demonstrate the impact to the bottom line—and the value these bring to customers and the organization as a whole.

New Data Reveals How Critical Customer Service KPIs are Enhanced by Visual Assistance Technology

TechSee

For years, companies have battled to strike the right balance between customer service KPIs. Focusing on one metric would often harm others. For example, heavy emphasis on low AHT would often negatively impact customer satisfaction.

New Study: Why Emotional Connection is Essential for Customer Loyalty

GetFeedback

Every company wants a slew of loyal customers who are excited about new products, features, and offerings. Indeed, there are many brands with cult-like followings. Customers will drop everything to attend a sale, try out a new feature, or write a positive review.

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3 Industries That Can Benefit Immediately from Digital Customer Service

NICE Systems

Every business is different, and so is every customer. But when it comes to the benefits of digital customer service, these seem to go across the board. It’s hard to think of the downsides of digital customer care, but there are a few industries that really can benefit from integrating digital channels and a more personalized approach to omnichannel: telcos, online retailers, and banks. 1) Telcos.

Guest Blog: The Customer Experience’s Impact on Customer Churn

ShepHyken

This week we feature an article by Nick Glimsdahl who writes about how customer retention should be a priority and how to avoid losing customers. Successful companies make it a strategic priority to retain customers because they know retention has a significant impact on their bottom line.

Training for Lead Generation, Customer Onboarding and Support

Customer lifecycle training gives customers the knowledge and tools they need to be successful. As customer success and satisfaction grows, so does retention and repeat business. This eBook can help training teams improve or expand their customer training programs.

Does Your Customer Experience Build Loyalty?

Wired and Dangerous

Today’s customer is very different from customers of the past. Customers today are Picky –more cautious in their choices. Made smarter by the internet, they are empowered and emboldened to accept nothing short of value. It has made them Fickle —quicker to leave if unhappy.

How to Identify Your Most Important Customer Touchpoints

GetFeedback

When tasked with overhauling the customer experience (CX), business leaders often seek to identify the most critical customer touchpoints. The important touchpoints are a make or break–they determine whether customers choose to stay, whether customers upgrade or cancel and whether customers recommend you to their friends and family. Some moments are more important than others–but how do we know which points to focus on?

If You Want to Keep the Doors Open, WFM Should NOT Be an Afterthought

NICE Systems

Imagine you go to a restaurant. It has a Michelin star chef, so the food is superb. However, the restaurant only always has one server, named Pierre, and five constantly booked tables (you know, one of those fancy exclusive restaurants). Now, Pierre is an incredible server. His service delivery is great because the restaurant has a very strong quality management and training team.

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How to Use Consent to Build Trust with Your Customers

Vision Critical

As customer insights have become an integral tenet of business, it’s been ingrained in some that the data itself is the single most important currency of business. But like most dogma, that concept is fundamentally flawed.

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Building a Successful Community Superfan Program

Speaker: Jake McKee, CEO and Lead Strategist, Community5

Every social group is made up of members who are more engaged, more enthusiastic and more dedicated than others. In the online community space, we call these people Superfans. But the million dollar question…how can you attract these powerful and necessary people? Join Vanilla Forums for a discussion with Jake McKee, CEO and Lead Strategist at Community5, as he shares ideas and insights on how to best build and execute formal Superfan programs.

Can You Take a Punch?

ShepHyken

In the world of boxing, the fighter must have the ability to take a punch. They have to endure or ignore the pain. They get used it. It hardly bothers them. It’s part of the job. But what does this have to do with customer service?

Introducing GetFeedback Flow Templates

GetFeedback

Increase data quality, reduce clicks, and drive key business processes with CRM embedded surveys. The term “ garbage in, garbage out ” is a concept that the quality of input data determines the quality of output data. In other words, what you put in is what you get out. Since data lies at the heart of your business, trusting faulty input data to influence critical business decisions is risky and can yield misleading results. In turn, this begs the question: what good is bad data?

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The Top 3 Customer Success Challenges and How to Beat Them

Totango

If you want your business to succeed, make sure your customers succeed. As the economy becomes more customer-centered, the need to foster customer success is more important than ever before.

What Wells Fargo (and the Rest of Us) Can Learn from Samsung

Heart of the Customer

“Who knows what happened to us two years ago?” Wells Fargo’s Chief Marketing Officer Jamie Moldafsky (I originally wrote about this here) “Who’s heard of our product, the Note 7? pause] Yes, pretty much everybody, in every plane trip, for about a year.”

Beyond the Contact Center: Unlocking Insights with Speech Analytics

A global survey of 500 key decision makers by Opus Research shows the core benefits of making the leap to an omnichannel contact center, such as uncovering actionable business insights on employee-customer interactions.