Can you vastly improve the customer experience without breaking the bank or exhausting resources? Yes, says one expert, and he has unique ideas on how.
Companies get customer feedback whether they want it or not. Now, since you have the feedback, you might as well do something useful with it.
Customers’ patience with your communication has its limits. Here’s what takes them to the breaking point — that is the point at which they want to opt out and/or end the relationship.
You think you have the customer experience nailed, then BAM! Customers complain that you missed the mark by a mile. Why?
Online reviews are more than a pat on the back or a testament to your customer experience. They can have a serious impact on the bottom line, new research found.
If you care about the customer experience, you probably love customer feedback. That’s great, but there’s an even better way to get the full view of what your customers want and need.
Is your customer service ready for a tune-up? Here are seven signs it’s time.
Here’s why you want to let some customers love you and then leave you (sort of).
If your customer feedback is consistently positive, you might want to consider that a problem.
Online customer surveys are convenient — but often met with apathy. Here are 13 proven ways to get worthwhile results from your surveys.