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  1. Most people in most businesses (sadly not all!) would agree that collecting customer feedback is a good idea. Most (sadly not all…) businesses have customers, and so it should probably be someone’s job to ask those customers what’s on their mind.
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  2. Most companies are now well aware of the importance of customer feedback. It is what helps you improve your services constantly, making business growth almost inevitable. The puzzle is how to collect it nowadays. Gathering data and going through it is hard work. Not to mention, websites like Trip Advisor often publish your customers’ opinions in less time than you had to gather them. That is why some companies have specialised in feedback generation. This article shows you three simple ways to gather customer feedback and dramatically improve your services.
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  3. Metrics, metrics, metrics. The word gets thrown around a lot. How do we establish and define them, let alone use them? And which metrics are actually useful and yield the best results for our businesses?

    All hail the Customer Effort Score (CES)!

    Customer Effort Score, established in the HBR article “Stop Trying to Delight Your Customers” is a metric that allows companies to determine how to reduce the amount of effort customers have to put in to achieve their intended goal. Businesses measure CES by asking just one question: “How much effort did you personally have to put forth to handle your request?”

    The HBR study led to the development of CES because of these two conclusions: First, customer loyalty is built by reducing effort—defined as the work they must do to get their problem solved—not through over-the-top customer service. Second, focusing on reducing effort alone can lead to lower customer service costs and higher customer retention. By assigning ratings from 1 to 5, with 5 representing very high effort, CES measures the effects of how companies can create a more effortless customer experience.
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  4. Nobody likes performance reviews. It’s definitely not easy to hear about one’s shortcomings. But for Robert Pasin, the chief wagon officer of Radio Flyer, feedback is essential for continuous growth and improvement. It can be both transformative and redemptive. That’s why he calls it “the breakfast of champions.” His company, Radio Flyer, the maker of the original little red wagon, tricycles, scooters and other ride-ons, has been privately held and family-run since 1917. How do you stay in business for a century? How do you bring smiles to children and families around the world, and create warm memories that last a lifetime?
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