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  1. Data shows that customers expect to be interacted with, and those interactions heavily influence retention. 51% of consumers expect companies to ask them for feedback directly, which may explain why the volume of feedback is low for companies who don’t bother asking. Unprompted, companies typically only hear from ~1% of their customers. Not only do customers expect it, it’s also a strategic investment—we’ve found that simply interacting with customers and gathering mobile customer feedback can increase three-month retention by as much as 400%.

    Companies can’t call themselves customer-centric if they aren’t talking with and listening to their customers, no matter the channel or vehicle. That said, blasting customers or soliciting feedback from mass groups of customers is not the type of strategy that will yield quality results.
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  2. When you're a high-level executive, it doesn't take much to lose track of what's going on at the lower levels of a business. In fact, it takes a special kind of executive to take lower level complaints seriously. It could be the key to a better business.

    We asked members of the Forbes Technology Council if it was important for executives to listen to customer complaints. Overwhelmingly the answer was yes it is important, but the answers given all pointed to different reasons. Here is some of what was said.
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  3. According to 3Cinteractive, 64 percent of brands reported an increase in loyalty program membership over the last year. Loyalty programs are becoming more sophisticated, moving beyond the traditional spend-and-get model, to omnichannel and multichannel programs that recognize customers for every interaction they make with a brand. Smart marketers are capturing and leveraging loyalty data to understand their customers better and market effectively to them.

    We’re seeing significant advancements in loyalty as brands seek new ways to add value for customers. Here are the seven biggest trends impacting the loyalty landscape currently.
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  4. Let's face it—no one enjoys filling out surveys. How many times have you received an email survey with the subject line "We value your opinion" or a similar trite expression? And how many times have you actually filled those out? Not many, we're betting—and that's because most people regard surveys as boring and tedious, offering no value to them.

    For B2B marketers, that can pose a real problem for collecting customer preferences and opinions. How can we improve our product or service if we don't know what the customer is thinking?

    For the most part, empathy and relevance are key to breathing new life into your customer research tools. It's possible for empathetic marketing, one of the top buzzwords of 2017, to make its way into something as yawn-inducing as a customer survey.

    Here are five tips for getting better survey response rates and higher-quality responses.
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  5. Customer-feedback surveys are everywhere: at the bottom of cash-register receipts, at the end of phone calls with customer-service reps, and clogging the email inbox. Recently, I saw an electronic touch screen in an airport bathroom, soliciting my impression of cleanliness.

    This barrage underscores the importance that many companies now place on customer experience. But it has diminishing returns, as many people don't want to answer more surveys. No wonder that response rates have been declining for years. Yet without feedback, how can companies keep in touch with their customers' needs and priorities?
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  6. Despite all of this hot July weather, we’ve got a cool new batch of updates we’d like to share this month, including our new webhook system (giving you the freedom to relay feedback data to several other applications), a brand new deployment script (without jQuery), a new feature that lets users add feedback form data to a cookie and some updates to our email alert feature!
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  7. Customer-centricity is the discipline of attempting to see things from the customer’s viewpoint rather than from your own, including the essential understanding that those who are “in the business” simply know too much, from too internal viewpoint, to be truly customer-centric without making a conscious and disciplined effort.

    As a customer-centricity consultant, specializing in using this discipline to transform companies’ customer experience, I strive to keep the concept simple, since it truly is simple, at its core: The goal is to keep the customer’s viewpoint and the customer’s ultimate wellbeing at the center of everything a company does. (I doubt I even need to draw you a diagram, but if I did, it would be a circle with the customer in the—you guessed it—center. All of our actions, at all points around the circumference, would be undertaken in response to our focus on that center point.)
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  8. Here are the 10 growth hacking tips around SEO, Content, Conversion optimization, Social media, video marketing and more, which can enable you to kick-start your growth machine.
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  9. Does EasyJet do well in NPS? According to EasyJet ranks at a -16. Not good. This is far below the mainline carriers such as British Airways, Lufthansa, or other carriers In Europe. But when your point of comparison is US domestic providers they kick it out of the football arena (or at least through that net thing at the end of the field). Did they have a good day? Maybe. But based on my experience traveling both in the US and Europe, air travel in Europe is a dream compared to the United States.

    According to the same site, all US providers are in the positive side of NPS with Southwest at 62, Jet Blue at 59, Delta at 41, United at 10, and American Airlines at 3. Would it be fair to conclude EasyJet has worse service than all the mainstream US providers? Based on NPS alone you might be tempted to say yes.

    I would argue it is an unfair and unwise comparison. In fact, this is one of three fundamental reasons why cross-cultural comparisons of many attitudinal metrics (including NPS) are fraught with problems that make their comparison problematic.
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  10. With a website feedback tool you can dig deeper into the minds of your website visitors. A website feedback tool helps collect qualitative insights about the visitor, such as the visitor’s review of the website and where he/she is experiencing problems. A website feedback tool also makes it possible to interact with your visitors.
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