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  1. Providing a good Customer Experience (CX) is on just about every organisation’s agenda these days. But where exactly is it headed? We can’t say for sure. What we can tell you though, is that this CX’s ecosystem of solutions is tethering between both expansion and consolidation. New niche solutions are sprouting up everywhere you look, from Live Chat tools and Customer Experience Management (CEM) software to Customer Success platforms and User Feedback solutions. Meanwhile, many of these same tools are being acquired by larger enterprises and ‘all-encompassing’ CX suites, such as Verint and Medallia. Movements in the market which are all attributed to trends in CX. So let’s address the question on everyone’s mind…What’s happening in CX and what lies ahead?
    https://mopinion.com/state-of-customer-experience-cx/
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  2. Welcome to 2019… where digital technologies will start evolving faster than we can adapt. Where customers’ experience expectations will rise above everything else. Where predictive analytics will boost customer experience for good, and where data ethics will become the new competitive advantage. Bottom line: our customers expect now more than ever that the digital customer experiences (CX) we provide are not only seamless and integrated but also more advanced and secure.
    https://mopinion.com/top-digital-customer-experience-cx-trends-for-2019/
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  3. The use of metrics is a practice businesses apply to nearly all aspects of their organisation. Whether that’s finance, competition, customer requirements, expectations, employee performance, or marketing, metrics matter. Metrics reflect and support the strategies of these business areas, giving us leverage to improve in any way we can. So why would this be any different when collecting online customer feedback? And while we’re on the subject, what is a customer feedback metric?
    https://mopinion.com/what-is-a-customer-feedback-metric/
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  4. Get customer experience right and profit will follow. That’s the conclusion of a survey by Hotjar of 2,000 CX professionals published in November 2018. Only 12 percent of respondents regarded their companies as being mature when it came to customer experience.

    “Customer experience leaders prioritize delivering an outstanding experience over everything else (yes, even over revenue),” the Hotjar survey states. The leaders focus on current customers, rather than obsessing about potential ones. They allocate a regular amount of time every week to make calls, meet for coffee or find out about the support issues of their customers. They follow the Golden Rule of customer experience: “Treat customers how you would like to be treated.”
    https://www.cmswire.com/customer-experience/customer-experience-trends-for-2019/
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  5. Digital marketing is now firmly embedded in our day-to-day lives; we start our day with newsletters and check our Facebook before bed. Its influence will continue to grow in 2019, and new advertising trends built on today’s digital innovations will grow along with it. It’s your job to learn to distinguish them and adapt your marketing strategy accordingly.

    Here are four digital marketing trends to watch out in 2019:
    https://www.webpronews.com/4-fast-rising-digital-marketing-trends-leading-into-2019/
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  6. Customer experience is the new battleground for consumer-facing organisations (yes – retailers and shopping centres) as the industry fights for loyalty and customer needs increase.

    Recently Forbes indicated 75% of companies report their top objective as improving customer experience and those companies who do it well will reap the financial benefits according to the ASX company financial results.
    https://www.shoppingcentrenews.com.au/shopping-centre-news/industry-news/amplifying-cx-customer-experience-and-retail-trends/
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  7. Predicting the future is tough, so we decided to talk those who are shaping it. Dave Fish, founder of CuriosityCX and Michigan State University visiting lecturer partnered with Brian Keehner of the Michigan State master of science in marketing research program to interview more than a dozen of the sharpest technology minds from global enterprise feedback management firms to get their take on the future.

    What are some of the big strategic bets the major players are making in the CX space? There was quite a bit of agreement, but also some noticeable divergence on the vision for the future. That spanned from data collection and ingestion, all the way to how to help clients take action. Here are the six key discussion points from our conversation.
    https://www.ama.org/publications/MarketingNews/Pages/6-big-trends-driving-future-of-cx-technology.aspx/
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  8. In-store experiences are here to stay, and the technology being used is getting bigger, better and bolder.

    With 81% of UK consumers seeing the physical store as vital to the shopping experience (according to November 2017 research from Vista Retail Support), incorporating new technology can enhance customer engagement and increase sales.

    Current retail technology trends highlight the exciting new direction for in-store experiences and underline the importance of blending and balancing offline with online.
    https://www.retail-week.com/retail-voice/retail-tech-trends-that-enhance-customer-engagement-/7029305.article?authent=1/
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