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  1. Is customer experience an important search engine ranking factor? There are a number of different factors that go into how a website will rank on Google. For example, one is the number of links pointing at your site, and another is the makeup of the keywords that you choose to put on your page. But these are only two, and there are a whole range of other factors that determine how your site is going to rank for a certain keyword.

    One of these other factors is customer experience, and this factor is very important for a number of reasons.
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  2. While most leading organizations are now investing in CX programs, the impact these programs have on both company performance and the customer experience wildly varies.

    Customers’ needs and expectations have changed considerably in recent years, both in terms of the experience they receive and how they want to interact with organizations. The result is that CX practices that may have worked a few years ago are much less effective today.
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  3. In the world of digital marketing, the pursuit of complete integration is nearly as old as mainframes. However, as technological capabilities continue to evolve, the concept of complete integration takes on a whole new meaning—and a whole new level of importance...
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  4. Is there such a thing as “digital customer experience” and even a “social customer experience”? Yes and no. We can look at the overall customer experience in the context of digital touchpoints. We can look at individual experiences across digital touchpoints and interactions. Yet, at the same time, it’s important to remember that the customer is not just a digital customer (as in using lots of digital channels and touchpoints).
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  5. Although there is increasing attention for the Customer Effort Score, an “alternative” to the Net Promoter Score, introduced by the CEB (Corporate Executive Board), many questions about it, as well as discussions comparing NPS and CES, remain.
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  6. One of the success pillars in any digital transformation project or enterprise-wide change challenge for today’s and tomorrow customer/stakeholder and business success is the capability regarding information management. The term ‘information management’ is used with caution here as it’s not just about managing information in the sense of ‘maintenance’. While systems of records are key as they form the backbone of information and data activation, systems of engagement and the last mile of the information process are critical.
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  7. The essential role of customer experience – and the increasing focus on the customer journey – is driving many evolutions in the corporate world and within organizations. Digital marketing transformation is one of them. Digital transformation processes, for instance, nowadays are predominantly led by customer (experience) goals. We see that digital marketing transformation (not to be confused with digital transformation as such as is too often the case) ranks high on the agenda of many organizations striving towards a more customer-centric view around experiences and the overall customer journey and life cycle. In this article we take a closer look at digital marketing transformation
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  8. On top of being incredibly important, the customer experience is also one of the hottest topics in 2015. Customers, what they expect from businesses and how their behavior has changed are major driver of digital marketing transformation and even take center stage in many digital transformation projects overall.

    Virtually everyone recognizes the importance of the end-to-end customer experience and the role of individual experiences. At the same time people don’t always seek an “experience” but just a simple response to a simple question or the ability to get what they need without too much hassle. If you want to buy a piece of chocolate because you feel like eating one, you want to go into the nearest store and get it. Nothing more.
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  9. For many (really many) years now we’ve been talking about the disconnect with the customer. And the need to reconnect with the customer as the effects of a perfect storm – that’s been in the make for decades – started being felt.

    The disconnect between what we believe as businesses to be valuable for customers and what customers – people – see as valuable. The signs, research and impact are known since so long. Just take the famous customer experience delivery gap I mentioned here.
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  10. This prominence of data (and analytics) is also present in the RAMI 4.0 reference architecture of Industry 4.0 as mentioned in an article on industrial data and obviously in the broader perspective of digital transformation, its goals and the various technologies that enable it, from IoT (Internet of Things) to artificial intelligence and more. What does all this have to do with the Industrial Data Space, the topic of this article? A lot. Think data exchanges, smart services and new ecosystems of innovation and different business models. But there is more....
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