Customers do not buy things rationally – they buy things emotionally and then justify the purchase with logic. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t gain actionable insights about people’s irrational behavior as CX expert Colin Shaw explains in this post.
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Trust is central to any brand’s relationship with its customers. 9 out of 10 consumers will change supplier if they lose trust in a company. Yet brands are failing to build trust through basic customer service mistakes, according to the newly published 2019 Eptica Digital Trust study.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has had an enormous impact on every organization operating in the European Union. Yet, many organizations don’t seem to be fully compliant, with Google recently fined. What should brands be looking for from their suppliers when it comes to building trust around GDPR?
Across the globe and in every sector, customer expectations are rising. This translates into greater volumes of incoming queries for brands, as consumers demand more meaningful conversations if they are to remain loyal. How can brands ensure they are delivering the experience customers want with finite resources?
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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?