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  1. Every executive serious about growing their business also must be serious about understanding what is really happening when it comes to the perception and behavior of customers. Customer Experience, or CX, continues to permeate discussions among leadership teams, service teams, product and marketing teams, and board members as it becomes increasingly clear that winning today is as much about how customers feel about a brand’s offering as the offering itself.

    An entire industry has grown up around the measurement of customer satisfaction (CSAT). It arrived on the scene a few decades ago, even before the internet drove customers online, where interactions could be scored based on what customers and prospects did that would lead to a sale -- or no sale.
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2019/09/25/better-than-csat-surveys-really-knowing-your-customers-are-happy/#197024d43e46/
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  2. NPS, CES, and CSAT are customer loyalty metrics. They’re used to measure the level of loyalty that a customer has toward your brand. Customers are considered loyal when they consistently purchase from your brand over an extended period of time.

    How do you get loyal customers? A great customer experience (CX), of course.

    In recent years, research by CustomerThink, Forrester, and Gartner have found at least 70% of business leaders believe CX will help their companies differentiate in a world where products and services are increasingly commoditized, and competing based mainly on price is not a viable long-term strategy.

    An indisputable key component of a customer experience strategy is the Voice of the Customer (VoC) program, also known as customer voice. It captures, analyzes and reports on all customer feedback—expectations, likes, and dislikes—associated with your company.

    In your VoC program, there are two types of customer data that you should collect: structured data and unstructured data. Today, we’ll discuss the three most popular customer loyalty metrics that fall under the structured category—NPS, CES, and CSAT—and the role that each should play in your CX strategy.
    https://www.business2community.com/strategy/nps-ces-csat-which-one-is-the-best-metric-02242935/
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  3. Even if your customer has made a purchase or completed a process, it doesn’t mean they did so with ease. Post-purchase (or post-experience) is a great time to ask how things went and where your customer stands loyalty-wise.
    https://marketplace.mopinion.com/survey-templates/email-confirmation-feedback-nps/
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  4. Net Promoter Score is a trusted, loyalty metric used by lots of businesses. Providing you with a benchmark that is indicative of your mobile customers’ success, this metric tells you how likely your customers are to recommend your business to others.
    https://marketplace.mopinion.com/survey-templates/in-app-mobile-nps-net-promoter/
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  5. Net Promoter Score is a popular loyalty metric used by many businesses. Providing you with a benchmark that is indicative of your customers’ success, this metric tells you how likely your customers are to recommend your business to others.
    https://marketplace.mopinion.com/survey-templates/nps-net-promoter-score-loyalty/
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  6. You don’t always have to approach your customers with NPS on a scheduled basis or tied to some sort of event. Get feedback on the strength of working relationships with your customers.
    https://marketplace.mopinion.com/survey-templates/cx-relationship-nps-net-promoter-score/
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  7. In order to get feedback you can actually use to build a better product, you need to know the right questions to ask, and the right answers to look for.

    Simply asking your users how they like your product is a waste of time because it will always get the same response.
    https://usabilityhour.com/user-feedback/
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  8. One of the industry standards for determining customer satisfaction and loyalty is the Net Promoter Score system. If you haven’t heard of Net Promoter system, you’ve likely seen it in action: rating an experience or a product on a scale of 0 to 10. It is also the only industry satisfaction question to use a full 11-point scale. But do you know what each of the numbers actually means and how to use the question in a feedback experience?
    https://www.questionpro.com/blog/net-promoter-score-system/
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  9. In this article, the author discusses 6 strategies that will help to raise your NPS and generate more revenues as a result of higher customer satisfaction.
    https://solvvy.com/detractors-vs-promoters-improve-nps/
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  10. NPS or Net Promoter Score, is a tool used by businesses and entrepreneurs to measure the loyalty of their customers. By conducting an NPS survey, you can learn more about who your customers are, how they feel about your service, and what you can do to improve it.

    NPS has become an extremely popular metric among companies both large and small. In fact, according to Bloomberg, two thirds of Fortune 1000 companies are using it today. Business owners are aware of the importance of getting to know their customers in order to satisfy their needs, and nowadays there are different ways to build customer loyalty and measure it.

    So, what is NPS, and how can it help your business? Let’s take a closer look at how this tool can change the way you do business.
    https://www.businessfirstonline.co.uk/articles/6-things-need-know-net-promoter-score/
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