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  1. Data management platforms, or DMPs (which is ‘agnostic’ and plugs and plays with any system) allow marketers to personalise at scale, with the flexibility they need: they can orchestrate messages in real-time across any platform, from a cutting edge smartwatch to an ancient CRM system.
    https://mopinion.com/humanising-marketing-with-data-management-platforms/
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  2. Before going out to get feedback it is important to determine what it is you’d like to know. Are you seeking information on your existing products and services and how these are being used? Do you want to review the problems, challenges and opportunities that your customers face? Are you planning new product development?
    https://brainmates.com.au/how-to/how-to-get-customer-feedback-and-input-quickly-and-easily/
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  3. The holiday season is in full swing. And while most ecommerce businesses have been preparing for this for months already, we can’t help but notice that many of these same businesses are missing one important element in their strategies. Sure, they’ve optimised their mobile apps, set up various discounts and promotions to reel customers in, and updated their merchandising strategies…But what about the customers? How are they experiencing the holiday rush? Are there certain funnels in which they’re struggling?
    https://mopinion.com/tis-the-season-for-customer-feedback-heres-why/
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  4. As we enter the new year, it is natural to predict what new trends, technologies, and advancements will be at the forefront of industries in the months ahead. Customer experience is no different. In 2018, we saw the impact major brands faced when they broke the trust of their customers. From criticisms of lack of transparency, data breaches, or high profile poor treatment of passengers going viral on social channels, organizations recognize more than ever the importance of investing in earning and maintaining the trust of their customers. Earning that trust means demonstrating that you’re actually listening to customers, and for most organizations, that process starts with establishing a customer feedback program.

    It’s not easy to win customer loyalty and trust, and it’s even harder for companies to regain trust when they have violated it. In 2019, I expect we will see companies develop a renewed focus on having ongoing and engaging conversations with customers. To foster these conversations, companies need to deliver a feedback experience that meets the customer in a natural way, is quick for the customer to complete, and makes the customer feel heard. Organization need to take action based on insights gained from these conversations to improve the customer experience.
    https://www.destinationcrm.com/Articles/ReadArticle.aspx?ArticleID=129486/
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  5. According to PwC, 73% of all people point to customer experience as an important factor in their purchasing decisions, just behind price and product quality. Yet only 49% of U.S. consumers say companies provide a good customer experience today. PwC’s most recent Consumer Intelligence Series: Experience is Everything surveyed 4,000 Americans from Gen Z to Baby Boomers and 11,000 customers from 11 other countries in Asia-Pacific, Europe, and Latin America.
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/shephyken/2018/04/01/your-best-opportunity-for-growing-business-the-customer-experience/#2ac755543a3e/
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  6. “We care deeply about our customers.” “We put our customers first.” Or: “We ❤️ our customers.”

    You’ve probably seen more than a fair share of brands use these taglines or some other similar phrase in order to profess their undying, indissoluble love for their customers. They pop it into their office reception areas, YouTube ads, business cards, staff lapel pins, About Us pages, social media bios, email signatures. If your company fits this description, it’s important to be honest and ask yourself: do these words ring true or hollow?

    To truly demonstrate your company’s commitment to customers, you have to be able to understand them first. You have to know their thoughts and feelings, their wants, needs, opinions, and expectations. You have to develop your ability to understand and measure the kind of customer experience you’re delivering, so you can gain insights essential to showing genuine customer love. None of this would be possible if you don’t know how to manage customer feedback.
    https://customerthink.com/your-2018-customer-feedback-cheat-sheet/
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  7. We care deeply about our customers.” “We put our customers first.” Or: “We ❤️ our customers.”

    You’ve probably seen more than a fair share of brands use these taglines or some other similar phrase in order to profess their undying, indissoluble love for their customers. They pop it into their office reception areas, YouTube ads, business cards, staff lapel pins, About Us pages, social media bios, email signatures. If your company fits this description, it’s important to be honest and ask yourself: do these words ring true or hollow?

    To truly demonstrate your company’s commitment to customers, you have to be able to understand them first. You have to know their thoughts and feelings, their wants, needs, opinions, and expectations. You have to develop your ability to understand and measure the kind of customer experience you’re delivering, so you can gain insights essential to showing genuine customer love. None of this would be possible if you don’t know how to manage customer feedback.
    http://customerthink.com/your-2018-customer-feedback-cheat-sheet/
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  8. A great many companies continue using market research institutes that collect data through extended surveys in order to evaluate their websites. Every quarter, a bulky power point presentation then puts forward the collected data and analyses mishaps and improvement actions.
    https://mopinion.com/without-real-time-insights-you-lose-customers/
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  9. Technology start-ups require sound marketing goals as part of the overall business plan. This ensures new business, which is a source of revenue to cover operational expenditure. Startups offering software as a service, SaaS, need to employ a distinct marketing strategy to break into the highly competitive industry.
    https://mopinion.com/winning-strategies-to-grow-a-saas-startup/
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  10. A high performing website is like having a 24/7 salesman. This sales rep works for you while you sleep, play, serve clients, spend time with family or work in the business -- every single hour and second of the day your site can be growing your business. If it's optimized, it's working like a well-trained salesman -- attracting leads, inviting potential clients to see your products, conversing with them, setting appointments and closing sales. It's a tireless worker that never sleeps, works all year round and serves as another pillar of your business success.
    https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/310455/
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