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  1. It's no secret that an angry customer is a problem for all retail organizations. Not only is the individual unlikely to shop with you in the future, but when you add word-of-mouth to the equation, one person's negative experience can be easily amplified.

    With traditional word-of-mouth reaching around 12 people, online and social networking word-of-mouth reaches a massive 69 times that, averaging around 825 people. To alleviate customer dissatisfaction, many successful businesses immediately look at their customer experience program — a logical approach in theory. After all, a CX program ensures regular surveying and internal alignment on the customer journey. So all of your customers will be happy, right? Unfortunately, it's not that easy.
    https://www.retailcustomerexperience.com/blogs/how-to-turn-an-angry-customer-into-a-loyal-one/
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  2. In recent years, after the first quarter, I try my hardest to publish the top trends of the current year. One of those trends I’d like to focus on here and now is how having a strong CX (Customer Experience) philosophy is vital, critical to achieving growth. For both Brick and Mortar and Online.

    The following are trends that should be of interest to businesses who aim to listen to the Voice of the Customer (VOC); the goal being to implement the technology needed to respond to that voice, boosting the customer experience, and the bottom line.

    If you’ve only been talking about CX, Here are 6 2018 Trends that will inspire you to take action:
    https://www.business2community.com/consumer-marketing/take-businesss-cx-next-level-2018-6-trends-02041477/
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  3. Are you familiar with all the different ways your customers interact with your business? Whether you’re a seasoned CX professional or you’ve never heard of CX, chances are you at least have some basic notion of the areas, or touchpoints, where customers interact with your organization. Your website, call center or storefront are all examples of possible customer touchpoints.
    https://www.business2community.com/customer-experience/cx-secrets-collecting-feedback-touchpoint-02037323/
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  4. In today’s podcast episode, you’ll hear from six customer experience leaders in the B2B industry who share advice about the things they know now, that they wish they knew before they started their work. When it came to these particular CX experts, I noticed a common theme — realize that customer experience implementation isn’t just a program, it’s a cultural shift that requires patience and understanding. Take the time to learn how all of the various departments and leaders will be impacted by the overhaul. You’ll need allies as you continue to spearhead an organizational transformation.
    http://www.customerexperienceupdate.com/?open-article-id=8025797&article-title=cx-wisdom-you-need-to-know-from-6-leaders-in-b2b-organizations&blog-domain=customerbliss.com&blog-title=customer-bliss/
    Tags: , , , , by eringilliam (2018-03-29)
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  5. Voice of the Customer (VoC) software is intended to capture the opinions and preferences of online customers, analyse those insights, and supply businesses with the means to create meaningful changes in digital customer experience (CX). As priorities are continuously being placed on CX initiatives, it’s safe to say that these kinds of software aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. Not to mention, having a VoC programme in place has become increasingly more popular and essential, especially as more and more businesses (nearly 72% to be precise) continue to place CX as their top priority. So how do you know which type of VoC software is right for your business?
    https://mopinion.com/alternatives-competitors-of-opinionlab/
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  6. Customer engagement and customer experience (CX) are too often used as buzzwords without a company making a true effort to shape their strategy and the way they do business around the customer. Moreover, companies feel that simply installing a technology product will be a silver bullet to providing better customer engagement. This shortsightedness creates an unsustainable environment that gives customers the sense of a disjointed company and employees left confused on how they can provide the best experience for their customers.
    https://www.cmswire.com/customer-experience/9-challenges-to-successful-voice-of-the-customer-strategies/
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  7. Marketing directors can’t make decisions in a vacuum. They need information about their customers, their channels and all the touchpoints that help them to connect with each other. How can they deliver what the customer wants unless they can see through the customer’s lens?
    https://www.marketingtechnews.net/news/2018/feb/26/journey-analytics-show-customer-experience-through-different-lens/
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  8. Surveys are ubiquitous. Customers have grown accustomed to seeing survey links at the bottom of receipts and receiving survey invitations by email. The good news about the proliferation of surveys is that it shows more companies are taking customer experience (CX) seriously.

    The bad news: customers are apt to experience “survey fatigue”—and less likely to respond to survey requests.

    You can combat survey fatigue by designing smart surveys that capture meaningful CX feedback from your customers. Our list of five survey mistakes will help you avoid common pitfalls and grow your response rates.
    http://customerthink.com/avoid-these-5-survey-mistakes-to-gain-more-cx-feedback/
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  9. As more companies make experience their business, they are also coming to the conclusion that everyone across the organization is responsible for customer experience, not just the marketing department. That includes unusual suspects including community relations, sustainability, and talent aquisition teams.

    At last month’s CES, Adobe met up with executives from various disciplines for a series of podcasts in which they discuss their roles in the customer experience. Tune in.
    http://www.cmo.com/features/articles/2018/1/31/adobe-exb-podcast-series.html#gs.ncKhDVc/
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  10. At this Sitecore sponsored event, marketing and CX leaders discuss how they're working to personalise customer experiences, the role of data strategy and analytics in their success, and what machine learning will do to further CX aims
    https://www.cmo.com.au/article/633392/cmo-roundtable-how-machines-will-make-break-your-customer-engagement-success/
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