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Social Customer Service: Creating Customer Experience Online

Social Media Club of Los Angeles presents a panel dedicated to sharing insights from top practictioners in social customer service. Customer care is an imperative part of any consumer-facing business.

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Customer Satisfaction | Customer Satisfaction Is a Commodity

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And the experience and the perceived value. How to avoid these traps?

Found at Customer Satisfaction | Customer Satisfaction Is a Commodity.

What sets today’s leading brands—companies like Apple, Nike, General Electric, and P&G—apart from their competitors isn’t just well-made products or reasonable prices.

Read all at Customer Satisfaction | Customer Satisfaction Is a Commodity.

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Customer satisfaction and customer experience: 2 very different things | CustomerThink

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Found at Customer satisfaction and customer experience: 2 very different things | CustomerThink.

It may seem to go against everything you learned in business school, but making your customers happy isn’t the same as delivering a good customer experience.

What?

To be continued at Customer satisfaction and customer experience: 2 very different things | CustomerThink.

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The Rise of Customer Satisfaction

Found at The Rise of Customer Satisfaction.

As Google pursues its mission of making all public knowledge searchable, it has offered a new search tool, the Books Ngram Viewer (ngram being jargon for “word or phrase”). This lets you take a long view on linguistic trends, seeing the usage of phrases across published books over literally centuries.

Covering “just” the last 100 years, the chart below shows the rise in occurrences of customer satisfactioncompared to market research and employee satisfaction. This is as a percent of all two-word phrases in books in this Google search engine (i.e., customer satisfaction peaked at 0.0001% of such phrases). Clearly, customer satisfaction has come from nowhere to overtake market research:

CSAT book mentions 11 year rolling average

This is also an example of how charts can lie

To be continued at The Rise of Customer Satisfaction.

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