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Category Archives: Customer Service
As we discussed in part 2 of this series, even the largest and oldest companies are facing a new B2B selling environment where “old school” marketing and sales just isn’t as effective. Companies that talk TO their prospects instead of listening and … Continue reading
As it often does, the New Year holiday and all the corresponding online retrospectives caused me to look back. I realized that my marketing career has coincided with several major waves of innovation. Marketers started the century discussing one-to-one marketing … Continue reading
Even with all the publicity surrounding last year’s Dodd-Frank financial-reform legislation and the pending Durbin Amendment fee controls, the public doesn’t generally differentiate between the major card networks (Visa, MasterCard), bank-issued cards, or the processing networks behind these. But the … Continue reading
What’s different about customer experience in the banking and credit card industries? Glad you asked. The customer experience research I directed last year (http://bit.ly/oDzXg8) showed that, in general, consumers place greater emphasis on “customer service” than on price when evaluating … Continue reading
As a follow-up to my last post on What Your Employees Aren’t Telling You, let’s explore why the front-line’s strong knowledge of customer requirements doesn’t consistantly translate into better service delivery. The customer experience research I directed last year (http://bit.ly/oDzXg8) showed that, … Continue reading
Earlier this week another freakishly-strong thunderstorm rolled through town, and a great bolt of lightning cracked right above our house. My adrenaline surged, and so did our electricity – immediately frying most of the electronics devices that were plugged in. … Continue reading