2019

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How to Win New Customers With Better Experiences – Part 1

Kayako

Customers enjoy doing business with companies that are easy to work with. The Ubers and Amazons of the world are constantly setting the gold standard in terms of what customers should expect from businesses, making consumers very aware of what great customer experiences should look like. Ease of business is everything.

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3 Ways to Serve a Customer Even When We’re Not at Our Best

Steve DiGioia

As I lay in bed, coughing and sneezing from a cold, dreading even going to the kitchen for a glass of water because of aches and pains from my unseen tormentor, I’m comforted knowing, “boy, I’m sure glad I didn’t have to go to work today”. But what if I did? How would I be able to serve my customers with these rotten cold symptoms? That’s the question every service provider must answer on those days when we’re not at our best. Service doesn’t end when we’re sick or tired.

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Advice on Adding a Reward Component to Your CX Program

InMoment XI

Recently more and more of our clients are considering adding a significant reward component to their customer experience (CX) programs. This may take place by directly rewarding CX outcomes, or by adding them to an existing reward-based incentive program. Many automotive manufacturers have been using CX outcomes in their reward-based incentive programs for decades. View Article. General

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Guest Blog: Omnichannel Customer Service – Why should you implement it in your business?

ShepHyken

This week we feature an article by Martin Frascaroli who talks about why it is important to meet your customer needs using omnichannel customer service. . Your potential customers want to buy quickly and comfortably through an integrated experience. They sign in from different devices and communicate through all available means. They are real-time users looking for a rewarding shopping experience, and they expect the best service. How can you meet these potential consumers’ needs?

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How to Leverage the Top CX Trends of 2023

Want to know where CX is heading in 2023? From the Metaverse and Web3 to how macroeconomic influences are impacting CX, this Trend Report will give you a taste of what is to come in the year ahead and beyond.

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Improving B2B Customer Experience: Is It More Personal Than B2C?

Experience Investigators by 360Connext

The term “customer experience” usually conjures up images of individual customers in retail or other business-to-consumer (B2C) environments. I am often asked about business-to-business (B2B) as a separate experience. After speaking on overall customer experience themes, for example, audience members will approach with the B2B questions: Why should we care about customer experience in B2B? It’s totally different than B2C!

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The What. The So What. The Now What. From Customer Experience Data to Outcomes.

IntouchInsight

CX thought leader, Annette Franz, discusses the key components required to go from customer experience data to customer experience outcomes

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Five Rules of Customer Observation for Greater Success

C3Centricity

One of the best ways to a deeper understanding of your customers is to watch and listen to them whenever you can. Customer observation is a powerful, but unfortunately too often an under-utilised tool of marketers. It is, therefore, understandable that so many companies run to conduct market research, usually a qualitative study, as a first step to improved customer understanding.

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How Video Drives Impact Across Customer Experience Programs

InMoment XI

Using Video Technology to Inspire Action User generated video is becoming a ubiquitous part of modern life. According to research, consumers spend more than 80% of their screen time on mobile devices.

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Is Your Organization Insights Driven? Here’s How to Find Out

Alida

Do you think your organization is customer driven? Here are some simple questions to ask yourself to find out: Customer Centricity

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Is Your L&D Organization Future-Proof?

Speaker: Karl Kapp, Ed.D., Professor of Instructional Design and Technology

If the recent past has taught us anything, it's that L&D organizations need to be nimble, quick, and able to react to both foreseen and unforeseen threats in order to be successful. That means looking to the convergence of technology, learning, and business needs so you can make intelligent, informed decisions regarding both your future and the future of your organization.

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The Key to Cultivating Loyalty: Taking Action on Customer Feedback

IntouchInsight

Your source for the best knowledge on collecting data to drive business improvements

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Make Customer Experience Development as Important as Product Development

Customer Bliss

Today, leaders in just about every industry understand that improving customer experience is essential for ease of customer interactions, reputation management, business efficacy, and overall success. Customer experience is already a core focus for many retailers, but diverse organizations including governmental bureaus , grocery stores , and financial service institutions are implementing CX changes to better accommodate customer needs.

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Why Great Digital Customer Service Needs Vision and Commitment

NICE inContact

Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither was the Internet. Great things require patience and development, and the same goes for digital customer service. It’s easy to integrate the right digital customer service solution, but taking full advantage of it requires a real adaptation to communicating with digital customers on social channels. It’s a long-term process that isn’t just about changing software, but about changing the way marketing and customer service teams talk to customers.

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7 practical steps to build a data-driven CX program

Centriam Customer Experience Lab

Recent articles about customer experience (CX) have included statements as grandiose as: “Customer experience is the new brand.”- Forbes. Put customer experience at the heart of your operations.”- McKinsey. Customer experience is the key competitive differentiator.” - Wall Street Journal. Yet, a common theme that emerges when we talk to clients about their CX efforts is the struggle with how to get started.

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Emotional Value Index (EVI): The Next Big Thing in CX Since the NPS

95% of purchasing decisions are emotion-based. This led to the creation of the EVI®, the Emotional Value Index. In this eBook, you will find all you need to know about how to measure and manage customer emotions and EVI® to grow your business.

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Actionable Insights: What they are, why they’re important, and how to get them

Lumoa

Actionable insights are data sets that prescribe any direct, meaningful actions you can take based on the analysis of raw data. Feed generated with FetchRSS

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Building a Successful Customer Experience Strategy

GetFeedback

Companies frequently designate customer experience (CX) as the most exciting opportunity for their business, according to the Digital Marketing Trends Report. Successful customer experience strategies will lead to greater customer satisfaction, higher revenue, and diminished customer churn. Indeed, American Express research shows that a better experience is worth a higher cost for 60% of customers. Because of this, customer experience should be the primary focus of any company.

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7 Important Questions to Ask Customers for a Better Customer Experience

GetFeedback

Providing a solid customer experience (CX) can be incredibly hard for many companies. In an increasingly competitive global market, the experience that you provide to your customers is often the only thing that sets you apart from your competitors. Getting it just right is all about asking the right customer experience questions.

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Why Customer Success is Important in the Modern Age

Totango

Times are changing. The old sales idea of courting and closing a customer in a single effort and considering their value “bagged” from a one-off transaction is as antiquated as dial-up modems. After all, the digitization of business has empowered customers to seek long-term gains from short-term investments. Customers in the B2B and SaaS markets are inclined toward subscription options where they pay on a monthly or annual basis for a service they can discontinue at any time.

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CX Takes a Big Leap: 5 Steps to Better (Human) Outcomes

Find out how to leverage the power of data insight to deliver a more human experience that results in better business outcomes and measurable ROI.

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The Importance of Customer Satisfaction

Lumoa

The importance of customer satisfaction is generally taken for granted. If you don’t have a solid understanding of why customer satisfaction is important, you risk undervaluing it. Here are five reasons why customer satisfaction is important. Feed generated with FetchRSS

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The lost suitcase – the sad reality of customer experience evolution

ijgolding

According to Wikipedia , the term, ‘seven year itch’ can be described as follows: The seven-year itch is a psychological term that suggests that happiness in a relationship declines after around year seven of a marriage. The phrase originated as a name for irritating and contagious skin complaints of a long duration.

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The Personality Of Customer Experience

CX Accelerator

When it comes to Customer Experience (CX) work, it takes a very special type of person to be successful. Consider all the skills required to thrive in the role.data crunching, storytelling, journey mapping, process improvement, change management, strategic thinking, influencing behaviors, project management.the list goes on. It's essentially impossible for any one person to be strong in all of these areas. Could this be part of the reason that a huge percentage of CX initiatives are failing?

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The Human Experience Cycle

Experience Matters

As you think about your experience management (XM) efforts, it’s important to understand how people flow through the experiences in their lives — as customers, employees, patients, fans, citizens, students, etc. To help deepen that understanding, I’ve created a simple model, the Human Experience Cycle (HxC). As you can see in the chart below, the HxC is made up of five elements: Expectations: What a person anticipates will happen during an experience.

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How Do You Measure the Success of Enterprise Learning?

Every organization measures ROI differently. With Thought Industries’ three pillars of learning in this white paper, you can identify what matters to your business, define KPIs and metrics, and see how other organizations measure success and impact.

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How integrating social media into the rest of the business will increase revenue

Vonage

Social media teams – both marketing and customer service – often sit by themselves in organizations, likely because management doesn’t quite know what to do with them. But this is a mistake. Integrating with the core business ensures that the social media team is engaged with other business units to share and act upon customer feedback. Customer experience and social media are part of a “continuous cycle” whereby they each feed the other.

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To Respond or Not Respond to Customer Feedback – That is the CX Question

Kristina Evey

Customer Experience is based on customer feedback and engagement. With the presence of review sites such as Yelp, TripAdvisor, and … Read More To Respond or Not Respond to Customer Feedback – That is the CX Question. The post To Respond or Not Respond to Customer Feedback – That is the CX Question appeared first on Kristina Evey. customer complaints customer feedback

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5 things to look for in a customer experience tool

Centriam Customer Experience Lab

Managing customer experience has become increasingly difficult because an organization's experience is impacted by nearly every department. Plus, to get executive buy-in to invest in customer experience (CX), processes and technology are needed to track CX programs and quantify their impact on the bottom line. Customer experience strategy CX tools and technology

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Get to Know Bruce Arnett: The CTO at MaritzCX

InMoment XI

The interview shared below was written and conducted by the CybageTimes. You can view the original article here. “Skill, ethics, and a purpose-driven outlook is what makes a great team deliver compelling customer experience and drives exceptional business performance.” ” — Bruce Arnett, CTO, MaritzCX Being a People Leader Bruce has over 20 years of. View Article. General

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The State of Customer Experience 2023 Research Report

The Northridge Group’s State of Customer Experience 2023 research report reveals a surge in preference for online agent chat versus phone amongst 18-35-year-olds—the first time online chat has eclipsed phone! Download the new report for more CX insights.

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Don’t Make Customers Do Extra Work!

Customer Bliss

In this week’s Daily Dose video, I share a short video inspired by the lessons of my most recent book, Would You Do That To Your Mother. . The following is a lightly edited transcript of the video below. There’s not much that can give me an immediate stomachache like watching that airport conveyor belt slow down and halt without my bag on it. How about you? Make It Easy to Get Help When Needed. I understand that bags can get lost, but why add pain to misery?

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How to Improve Your Customer Satisfaction Score (CSAT) Score

GetFeedback

Y ou know your customers are satisfied because the Customer Satisfaction Score (CSAT) that you see on your daily dashboard tells you as much. The score is solid. But you aren’t satisfied; you believe it could be so much better. And rightly so — it usually can be. So, what’s a company to do to earn an even better CSAT score? Before I answer that, let’s take a look at a popular CSAT metric that was established 25 years ago: the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI).

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3 Ways Some Customers Are Like the Dreaded New Driver

Steve DiGioia

Your eyes were bugged-eyed open, and they darted back and forth hoping to see everything (but they never did). Sweat started, a little at first, then it seemed to flow from every pore and made your clothes stick to places you didn’t even know you had.