Image by Yan Wong from Pixabay Guest Post by Howard L. Lax, PhD Some business leaders still see Customer Experience (CX) as a soft-and-fluffy activity. Make customers happy. Be nice. Smile. Apply the Golden Rule. They look at their NPS
What makes a customer experience remarkable, or literally, worthy of remark? After all, that’s what word-of-mouth marketing is, right? It’s getting your customers to talk about their experiences with their friends, family, and social media followers. How does a company
Guest Post by Jay Purohit In the short time since the outbreak of COVID-19, the world has been overwhelmed and left reeling courtesy of its ramifications. Businesses have never been more vulnerable, and in the ensuing aftermath of the epidemic,
Rewards programs can be lucrative for loyal customers, but when companies add lots of rules and restrictions to a loyalty program, it can actually have the opposite effect. Customers are very perceptive, and they understand when something is a value and something is not. One example of this is when rewards expire.