How do you ensure your customers trust you? In this guest post, CX expert Shep Hyken outlines 4 ways of building trust and creating long-term customer loyalty.
One of the biggest challenges for Voice of the Customer (VoC) programs is ensuring that they deliver tangible ROI for a business. How can they go beyond simply collecting feedback to drive real action? We explore how two major businesses are achieving VoC ROI.
Most industries today are radically different compared to 20 or even 10 years ago. This disruption means that established businesses have been forced to focus on how they can change and restructure themselves in order to compete and survive. How can you overcome the risks posed by change and restructuring? Here are 3 key considerations – all focused on CX...
The reasons that consumers remain loyal to brands goes beyond factors such as product range and price. Essentially, consumers want to have meaningful conversations with brands, in the same way that they would have with their family and friends. How can companies achieve this and drive loyalty?
In an era dominated by social media and smartphones, it is easy to write email off as yesterday’s channel when it comes to customer service. However, this is far from the truth – rather than declining, email usage is actually increasing. How can brands deliver what customers want on the channel?
As we move into 2019, businesses are having to cope with unprecedented uncertainty. How can your brand win and retain consumer loyalty? It all comes down to trust – and these are the 5 foundations you need to start with.
As we come back to work after the holiday season and settle into 2019, it’s a good time to review last year and what we’ve learned. At the Eptica blog we’ve looked at all of our posts from 2018 and come up with a top 10 of the most popular and topical, based on the number of views, comments and general feedback. We hope you enjoy reading/re-reading them!
As we count down the days until Christmas, children all over the world are getting excited about the imminent appearance of Santa Claus, his reindeer, and his big sack of presents. But how good is his customer experience and what lessons can brands learn from him?
All businesses are focusing on digital transformation as they endeavor to become more agile and fast-moving. With more and more people engaging with brands through digital channels, improving the customer experience (CX) is a key part of digital transformation - but how can you ensure your strategy delivers?
The balance of power between brands and consumers is shifting, with customers now wielding greater influence and control. This allows them to be more demanding and less loyal than ever before. But what makes these customers tick and how will their characteristics evolve? Here are five important traits that are likely to define the customer next year and beyond.