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  1. We need our emotions to help us make decisions. Without sadness, anger, and disappointment, we wouldn’t know when something has gone wrong or how to fix it. Similarly, our excitement and sense of pride tell us what we are doing right and remind us to keep doing more of it.

    This not only affects our personal lives and relationships, but our professional ones as well, especially when it comes to ecommerce and online reviews.
    https://blog.smileback.io/the-emotional-science-behind-bad-customer-feedback-/
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  2. As part of its online vision, travel organisation TUI focuses on maintaining an enjoyable and meaningful customer experience. TUI.nl, in particular, is a channel that enables TUI customers to find the information that they’re looking for, get in touch with TUI representatives and ultimately book their next vacation. In other words, a very crucial and commonly used portal for bringing in and converting customers.
    https://mopinion.com/customer-success-story-tui-a-multichannel-feedback-solution-for-a-major-travel-organisation/
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  3. Customer feedback is much more important than you can imagine. And a tech-driven approach to processing it do make difference.

    Customer is the king, and the hotels that really care for their guests can't agree more. Respectable places pay a lot of attention to the thorough analysis of client feedback and draw conclusions. But it is difficult to track and count all the reviews, especially if a facility is fairly large. Each hotel is a complex system which consists of reception, catering, bar, interior, gym, stuff, etc. It's not always easy to process all the comments to find out which aspect drags the place down, or, on the contrary, helps it to stand out.
    https://www.hospitalitynet.org/opinion/4086892.html/
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  4. On eBay, there’s one factor that will increase your sales more than anything else—positive feedback. It’s the first thing potential buyers look for, and if you don’t have it, they’ll go find someone who does.

    Surveys show that up to 97 percent of customers incorporate feedback into their decision when buying online, while 85 percent trust online reviews as much as a personal recommendation. With over 160 million buyers on eBay, that’s a lot of business to lose out on. Let’s take a look at what you can do to maximize your feedback and increase sales on eBay.
    https://www.xsellco.com/resources/customer-feedback-ebay/
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  5. Out of all the social networks where people rant and rave their opinions, why should your business still care about Twitter?

    Even as newer, “hotter” networks gain steam, Twitter remains a great platform both for customers who need to reach out in real time and for businesses looking to learn more about their customers.
    https://www.searchenginejournal.com/twitter-customer-feedback-loop/210418/
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  6. "This is a guest post by our friends over at Nicereply. Jakub Slámka will teach why it’s important to ace your next customer feedback survey and which mistakes to avoid. Read on for a great post!"
    http://www.customerexperienceupdate.com/feedback/?open-article-id=7086334&article-title=4-mistakes-you-must-avoid-with-customer-feedback-surveys&blog-domain=kayako.com&blog-title=kayako/
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  7. Today, retailers must accommodate a wide variety of customer demands: customers who “pre-shop” for merchandise online before they ever enter a store, customers who want one-day or even same-day delivery, and customers who want more personalization, a larger assortment, a more fulfilling experience and non-stop entertainment, according to a new report from BRP. Customer-led demand is driving retailers to transform their business to be more customer-centric.
    https://apparelmag.com/how-customer-feedback-helps-retailers-do/
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  8. The long-term quality of feedback you get from customers is directly correlated to the actions you take based on that feedback, and the feedback you give to the customers who made the effort to respond to you.
    https://www.cmswire.com/customer-experience/developing-a-circle-of-customer-organization-feedback/
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  9. Customer feedback is important. Period. It’s useful for everything from employee training to product improvements to marketing. There’s no denying its value. But mobilizing customer feedback is still a challenge for businesses — not just how to collect it, but also how to use it. While Gartner Research says more than 95 percent of organizations measure customer feedback in some way, Temkin Group reports that only 10 percent of companies consider customer experience metrics in day-to-day decision-making. Below are three tips for making sure you’re getting the most out of customer feedback.
    https://marketingland.com/take-customers-off-mute-3-tips-customer-feedback-204974/
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  10. The technology industry is – without a doubt – fiercely competitive. This is especially true for startups that offer Software as a Service (SaaS) as their survival obligates them to meet demands of constant innovation, adaptability and customer satisfaction. Consequently, these businesses must know how to successfully exploit new opportunities for growth as well as deliver an exceptional customer experience.

    As a fellow SaaS company, Mopinion is very familiar with all the ins and outs of making a product successful and maintaining a certain level of innovation, while simultaneously meeting the needs of current and future customers.
    https://mopinion.com/how-customer-feedback-facilitates-growth-for-saas-startups/
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