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  1. Research on everyone from millennials to senior citizens shows how learning is tied to happiness. So those who prioritize picking up new skills (shout out to those learning CX right now!) or just enjoy learning in general, tend to be happier, more satisfied people.
    http://www.customerexperienceupdate.com/?open-article-id=7825450&article-title=why-learning-cx-will-make-you-happy-and-successful&blog-domain=360connext.com&blog-title=360connext/
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  2. The number one rule in customer experience (CX) is to meet your customers where they live. Understand their preferences, their challenges. Know what gets their goat. As CX practitioners, we also should know the way, or ways, our customers prefer to communicate with us. Are we giving them their preferred option? Or are we simply using the channels that suit us best?
    http://customerthink.com/customer-initiated-feedback-a-new-window-into-the-customer-journey/
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  3. It takes a lot for a new customer to become a customer these days.

    Very few customers discover a company, find a product they need, and decide to purchase all in the same day -- instead, they take many steps, over the course of days, weeks, or even months to make a purchase and start using a product.

    The complex process of winning over customers requires strategy and commitment. That's why sales and marketing funnels and buyer's journeys were created -- to divide and conquer each little step that goes into converting a potential customer into a returning one.
    https://blog.hubspot.com/customer-success/collect-customer-feedback/
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  4. Content is what pulls prospects through your buyer's journey, but making your content stand out is becoming more difficult. Here's how brands can use visual marketing to make their customer journey more engaging says, Daan Reijnders, CEO, Instant Magazine
    https://www.martechadvisor.com/articles/interactive-content/how-to-make-your-customer-journey-more-engaging-with-visual-content/
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  5. As a marketer, your ability to provide optimized customer journeys across media and channels throughout the customer life cycle has a positive impact on both your customer and your brand.

    The expectations of an always-on customer are always accelerating. Consumers are not just comparing their experiences with your brand against those they’ve had with your direct competitors; today, they’re comparing their experiences with your brand against the best experiences they’ve ever had – with any brand. And, consumers are fickle. In fact, 75 percent say they would be willing to stop doing business with your brand after just a single bad customer experience.
    http://customerthink.com/how-to-optimize-your-customer-journeys-its-not-just-a-technology-challenge/
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  6. With rising customer expectations, the need to deliver an exceptional customer experience (CX) is at an all-time high. And frankly, the best way to achieve this superior level of CX is to visualise it – which is often done using a process called customer journey mapping. A customer journey map essentially tells the story of the customer’s experience – which starts at the initial point of contact all the way through to a long-term relationship – giving us critical information about key interactions along the way. For this process to be a successful one and because it can be quite complex, many business seek the assistance of customer journey mapping tools.
    https://mopinion.com/top-20-customer-journey-mapping-tools-overview/
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  7. Just as you are, your customers are bombarded by digital information each day. As the noise increases, it grows increasingly challenging to gain and keep your customers’ attention.

    In my new blog for Customer Think, I discuss how digital feedback management solutions offer a less intrusive approach.
    http://blog.verint.com/customer-engagement/customer-initiated-feedback-a-new-window-into-the-customer-journey/
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  8. Do you know what executives who know their customers very well and can put them in their shoes better than others, do? They don’t sit behind computer screens, in planes or in boardrooms the whole time. They go out and visit their customers in frequent and systematic way. And it teaches them lots of things they can use to validate customer experience insights, find content opportunities, improve their marketing, service, products and so much more.

    Obviously, the same goes regarding customer-facing employees. When was the last time you talked to one of your customer service reps, for instance? While we’re all very “busy”, the customer not only deserves our time, understanding him/her will also make your life less “busy” as many of the insights and customer intelligence you gather, will help you work in a more informed, “real” and effective way when taking decisions. Also talk to the customer(s) of your customer(s) now and then or observe how they buy, what they want, how they act.
    https://www.i-scoop.eu/the-quality-of-your-customer-journey-insights-get-out/
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  9. The average customer visits dozens of websites in a single session, yet marketers typically only have visibility over one of them: their own.

    A few years ago, this might have been enough. A typical campaign might consist of three elements: an advert for building awareness among a target audience, a landing page with the brand’s value proposition (acting as a click-through destination from the ad), and a checkout page to register conversions from the landing page.

    But the online customer journey in 2017 is incredibly complex, with dozens of different touchpoints and channels influencing the ultimate decision to purchase from a brand. This makes using a brand’s own website to track customer behavior akin to using a last-touch attribution model: it can never provide the complete picture.

    So how can marketers gain visibility over everything that customers do when not on their site?
    https://www.clickz.com/using-clickstream-data-to-know-your-customers-entire-online-journey/112816/
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  10. 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
    https://www.i-scoop.eu/digital-marketing-transformation/
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