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  1. Looking to overhaul your customer experience strategy? Artificial Intelligence offers tremendous potential to manage customer interactions and significantly improve customer engagement. Let’s find out how!

    Customer Experience (CX) is a competitive differentiator and driving force for a business’ success. For marketers, it is important to explore powerful opportunities that can drive improved customer engagement and interactions.

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one such field that finds its applications in diverse industries. It has matured to use big data, machine learning algorithms, and can be unleashed to drive enhanced customer experiences.
    https://www.martechadvisor.com/articles/customer-experience-2/5-ways-ai-can-revolutionize-customer-experience/
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  2. Customer reviews are important for a lot of reasons. First and foremost, they are highly influential over consumer’s purchasing behaviors and overall brand sentiment. According to recent research from Bright Local, 86% of customers seek out customer reviews before they will buy from a new business. Furthermore, the vast majority of customers claimed that they trusted online reviews just as much as they would a personal recommendation.

    Of course, most businesses know that having a lot of good reviews can boost sales by strengthening consumer confidence in their business. However, positive, authentic reviews can do a whole lot more than just build trust with customers who are checking out your product/service pages. They are also an essential ingredient to an effective SEO strategy.

    Here are four reasons why your brand needs to incorporate more authentic customer feedback into your website for SEO benefits.
    http://www.econtentmag.com/Articles/Editorial/Industry-Insights/4-Key-Reasons-Why-Authentic-Feedback-Needs-to-be-Part-of-Your-SEO-Strategy-130308.htm/
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  3. There has been enough written about startups and reasons why almost all of them fail. So, why write another post about this? Even though there is no dearth of resources (blogs, videos, books, stories, etc) on reasons why startups fail and how to avoid them, I don’t see any reduction in the failure rates of startups; I don’t see them learning from the mistakes of other failed startups; I don’t see them focus on the right things that can help them avoid failure.

    It is crucial that we understand that building a startup is not like a chemical reaction à add the right resources, under the right environment and you are certain of the results you will get. Starting and running a startup is a complex system with too many moving parts and any change in any of them could trigger a flow of events that could end in a catastrophe for the startup. Given this understanding, there are still some things that the startup founders could control, things that can significantly improve the probability of success.
    http://customerthink.com/why-do-startups-fail/
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  4. My concept of creating a convenient experience is an end-to-end experience, including every point of interaction with any aspect of the company—interactions with employees, product, website, packaging… everything. How easy are you to do business with? What extra effort do you put your customers through? What friction can you eliminate?

    Answering these questions will help you create a better customer experience. Looking for ways to improve the experience, save your customers time, and be more convenient is part of what will make your customers want to come back. Getting feedback to validate your decisions is crucial. Using survey tools like NPS (Net Promoter Score), CSAT (Customer Satisfaction), etc. you get results that will help you determine the overall customer’s feeling about their experience. You can get ask questions that will give you specific feedback about various part of the journey.
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/shephyken/2019/03/10/the-other-e-in-customer-experience-customer-effort/
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  5. Good business owners will be inspired to take action when they receive complaints or any kind of critical feedback about their products or services.

    Our deeply ingrained ideas about good customer service compel us to believe that, when a customer says something is wrong, we need to fix it. We want to abide by that often-debated adage, “The customer is always right.”

    However, while customers should always feel like they are right, you can’t let every customer’s whim dictate how your business operates.
    https://www.cmswire.com/customer-experience/not-all-customer-feedback-requires-change/
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  6. Is your business listening to the Voice of the Customer (VoC)? If not, you might want to start now – as it is becoming a top priority among most online businesses. This rise in popularity is owed to the fact that Voice of the Customer programs (and therefore Voice of the Customer tools) have recently become a critical element in customer experience initiatives.
    https://mopinion.com/28-voice-of-the-customer-voc-tools-an-overview-comparison/
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  7. A recent Gartner study into how businesses are implementing emergent tech revealed some insights into the growing use of artificial intelligence in customer service and support applications.

    According to Gartner's Technology Roadmap Survey, approximately 37 percent of the 452 business leaders polled said they were "either piloting or using artificial intelligence bots and virtual customer assistance (VCAs)." Of those respondents, 67 percent said they felt such technologies were "high-value tools."
    https://www.businessnewsdaily.com/11318-businesses-more-confident-in-ai.html/
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  8. "We all do it. Come on, admit it. I do it a lot. In fact, I did it yesterday. You’re at the store, and as the cashier gives you your receipt (which is probably three times as long as it needs to be), he or she grabs a pen and circles or highlights a QR code or a URL and then forces a smile (if you’re lucky) and asks you to take a survey to “Let us know how we’re doing.”

    Do you take those surveys? Probably not. I suspect that most people do what I do: Toss the receipt in the nearest trash can.

    Considering the fact that I earn my living in the customer experience industry and like to think of myself as a customer advocate, it seems a little disingenuous of me to ignore those attempts to capture my voice as a customer."
    https://www.cmswire.com/customer-experience/not-another-survey/
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  9. When I ask retail CEOs about their top objectives, I often hear them say: “we want to put the customer at the center of everything we do.” This sounds easy, but it is increasingly difficult. Years ago, when I was a merchant for a retailer with a small chain of stores, I could walk the selling floor and ask our loyal customers for feedback. With 500 or 1000 stores, a rapidly growing e-commerce channel, and millions of customers, this is no longer possible.

    An entire category of Voice of the Customer (VoC) tools has arisen to address this challenge, and these tools can help retailers shape their in-store experience, pricing strategies, and product offerings. However, even with the vast amount of data and analytical tools at an executive’s fingertips, there are still enormous missed opportunities. While many retailers in the fashion, apparel and footwear industry have embraced them, other industries are far behind the curve. There is a misconception that these tools are best applied to fashion, whereas in reality they can be applied to virtually every product sector.
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/gregpetro/2019/02/22/excluding-the-voice-of-the-customer-a-curable-epidemic/
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  10. Customer feedback isn’t always pretty, but it can be vital to your bottom line.

    Although gathering data about your business seems like a daunting task, there are proven ways to accomplish this when you have limited experience and a limited budget. One such method, as Sergio Perez explains, involves a trial and error strategy he refers to as the “science experiment” method. It involves crafting specific theories about products and services and then testing them with guests.

    Note that this is vastly different from asking for general feedback. The process involves three easy-to-follow steps:
    https://www.mileoneinc.com/the-scientific-method/
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