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Earning Loyalty Through Respect – A Customer Feedback Tale

Earning Loyalty Through Respect – A Customer Feedback Tale

Today we are excited to share with you a guest post from Nate Brown. There are many benchmarks for CX maturity within an organization.  While you may not find this indicator on an executive dashboard, one of the most powerful signs is how a brand responds to customer feedback. Going about my normal life this …Continue Reading

Don’t Blow Up Your Customers

Don’t Blow Up Your Customers

Today we are excited to share with you a guest post from Jana Sedivy. When I was 14 years old, I blew up our kitchen. I don’t mean a small kitchen fire, I mean there was an enormous “BOOM,” and then flames everywhere. To be clear, I’m not a pyromaniac.  It was an accident. I …Continue Reading

Why Your Sales Team Needs to Be Trained in Customer Service

Why Your Sales Team Needs to Be Trained in Customer Service

Today we are excited to share with you a guest post from Jason Karaman. Sales and customer service are often thought of as separate entities and in a certain sense, they are. On the surface, sales personnel have the goal of maximizing the company revenue by selling more and gaining new customers. On the other hand, …Continue Reading

The Link Between Emotional Engagement and Customer Loyalty

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The Link Between Emotional Engagement and Customer Loyalty

Today we are excited to feature a guest blog post from Emma Miller. The quality of your product is essential for acquiring customers and keeping them, right? By all means! Another crucial detail is packaging because some say that it’s equally important as the product itself. Still, something else is the key to winning your …Continue Reading

Is The Customer Service “Department” Becoming Obsolete?

Is The Customer Service “Department” Becoming Obsolete?

Today we are excited to share with you a guest post from Mike Wittenstein. Let’s face it, most Customer Service Departments were created, and still exist, to deal with a mismatch between customer expectations and what a business delivers. This mismatch can occur even when the organization does due diligence and thinks it knows what …Continue Reading