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  1. Customer experience is a key driver of business success. From social media analytics to specialized software, there are hundreds of tools devoted to measuring it. But which of these tools are actually important to understanding customer experience? And how does customer experience ultimately affect your bottom line?

    When it comes to understanding and improving customer experience, there are five things every business needs to know.
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  2. Are you losing sleep at night thinking about the arrival of GDPR? If so, you’re not alone. There are still many organisations (small and large) that aren’t entirely sure how to prepare themselves for the upcoming changes in data collection regulation, especially as it pertains to digital feedback. But don’t worry, it’s not too late to start!

    This article guides you through the basics of GDPR (e.g. what it is and who will be affected), the most critical changes to be aware of in terms of digital feedback collection, why it’s important to comply with these regulations, the consequences if you choose not to and what we’re doing here at Mopinion to get ourselves and our clients ready for the new legislation.
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  3. Customer retention is valuable and essential, but you have to know how to do it correctly, and you have to be dedicated to building loyalty. It’s much less expensive to maintain a current customer as opposed to acquiring a new one, yet boosting loyalty isn’t a top priority for a lot of businesses.

    The average business loses around 20 percent of its customers each year, just because they don’t emphasize building relationships. So what can you do to change this trend in your own organization?
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  4. The travel, tourism, leisure, and hospitality (TTLH) industry has long been the poster child of great customer service (CS). But with its agile and strategic response to the disruption and innovation caused by digital transformation, it is also setting the benchmark for customer experience (CX) Explore how hospitality marketing has embraced the digital customer journey and what digital marketers committed to delivering the best CX - virtual or otherwise – across industries can learn from it.
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  5. So it turns out that the voice of your customer is pretty darn important. Gartner found that 95 percent of companies regularly listen to their customer’s feedback, and yet rather worryingly, Gartner’s research also concluded that only 29 percent of firms with VOC programs in place incorporate VOC data into their decision-making processes, while nearly three-quarters of brands don’t consider their VOC programs to be very effective at driving actions. In other words, the benefits of VOC data collection are clear and well received — but brands are struggling to make their VOC programs impactful.
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  6. Regardless of the shape, size or industry of a business, the endgame is, and should always be, the customer. Whether that be a direct consumer, another business or the wider community – they’re what keeps the business ticking.

    As a company dedicated to getting Aussie’s the best bang for their buck, we’ve focused on keeping an ear to the ground to seek out feedback from our customers.

    Here are three ways your business can thrive by keeping a constant loop of customer feedback...
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  7. You are an online marketer or eCommerce manager of a successful webshop and you’ve got all the necessary tools up and running. You’ve got your ads and retargeting efforts that provide you with leads. Then there’s A/B testing which provides insight into what is and isn’t converting your visitors. Meanwhile your web analytics and heatmaps are showing you what’s happening on your site. This is often the basic toolkit for webshops, which is logical, because it is important to know what your visitors are doing on your website. Unfortunately these tools don’t provide a complete understanding of the customer…
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  8. If you haven’t noticed, it’s all about the customer these days. According to a research carried out by Deloitte and Touche, customer-centric companies are 60% more profitable than those not focused on the customer. This proves that the moment you put the customer at the core of your business, you’re already one step closer to success. And this is precisely why businesses are looking to customer feedback tools as a foundation for this success.
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  9. The travel industry, one of the world’s largest industries, has changed drastically over the last few years as a result of digitisation. Digitally confident customers now seek more control of the booking process, making the demands for good (online) service even higher than before. So what does this mean for travel marketers? You guessed it, the Voice of the Customer must become a top priority.
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  10. The buzz of promoting your day-to-day business activities on Snapchat may now be nothing more than a quiet hum — but Instagram stories (an Instagram feature which was brazenly stolen from Snapchat) is gaining traction by the day.

    But you don’t have to take our word for it, because the numbers, along with the insights gathered from inside company’s using Instagram Stories regularly, paint a vivid picture.
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Mopinion is a proud sponsor of voice of customer news. The voice of the online customer is taking on an increasingly important role when it comes to improving websites and apps. So web analysts and digital marketeers are making more and more use of Voice of customer Tools in order to collect Voice of customer. Mopinion takes it one step further and offers a solution to analyse and visualise Voice of customer results from your websites and apps wherever you need them. The real challenge for companies is not about capturing feedback, it is about how to make sense of the data.