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Why Customer Service Training Fails and How to Avoid It

Why Customer Service Training Fails and How to Avoid It

Today we are excited to share with you a guest blog from Jeff Toister. Experienced customer service managers give it two weeks. That’s the maximum amount of time you see employees increase their effort and service focus immediately after the typical customer service training class. However, it is often much less. Most employees have good …Continue Reading

The Link Between Customer’s Senses and Increased Sales

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The Link Between Customer’s Senses and Increased Sales

Today we are excited to share a guest blog from Jasmine Williams. One of the ways that major brands enhance marketing is by appealing to all five senses. Engaging customers at every level provides them a better experience. SIGHT To help your customers adjust quickly to your physical store, make sure you have a well-organized …Continue Reading

Five Ways Ecommerce Stores Can Keep Existing Customers Engaged

Filed in Blog, Customer Experience, E-commerce, Guest Blog by on January 4, 2018 0 Comments
Five Ways Ecommerce Stores Can Keep Existing Customers Engaged

Today we are excited to share a guest post from Johanna Rivard. 5 Ways Ecommerce Stores Can Keep Existing Customers Engaged Did you know that about 571 websites are created every minute of every day? Whether they are directly competing with your start up business or not, there’s a clear message that’s pervading here: the …Continue Reading

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