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  1. Come to think of it. Customers are on a journey. From the moment they first learned about you to their first purchase, every step leads to a path. As a marketer, it’s your responsibility to drive them to your desired path – the conversion path.

    Personalizing customer journey leads to better customer experiences since everything you send them is relevant to their specific needs. As a result, you get better email marketing performance. In fact, 96% of organizations believe that email personalization can improve email marketing performance. And the open rate for emails with a personalized message was 18.8%, as compared to 13.1% without any personalization.

    So, be sure your email marketing software makes it easy for you to personalize customer journey, and then follow these tips!
    https://customerthink.com/5-ways-to-personalize-customer-journey-for-improved-relevance/
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  2. Expresso Fashion and Claudia Sträter are two well-known Dutch fashion brands with stores in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. Alongside their more traditional, brick-and-mortar shops, these labels are also sold online. This omni-channel strategy makes it possible for these two webshops to not only serve as sales channels but also platforms for inspiration. Visitors can get their inspiration online and then choose to do their shopping in the webshop or in-store. In other words, their online services are critical to the success of both on- and offline channels.

    Let’s take a look at how they’ve experienced the Mopinion software thus far…
    https://mopinion.com/expresso-fashion-claudia-strater-customer-story/
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  3. People live in their own functional domains. They have their responsibilities, their metrics, and they can become defenders of their domains. Though from the best intentions, internal competition ultimately creates the reactionary boundaries that we have come to call silos, which harm an organization in ways that are becoming increasingly fatal.
    I won’t spend an inordinate amount of time on this because we all know and dislike silos. We have built an awareness of the problem, and we have an accurate model, so our task is to put our heads together and figure out how to stop them.

    As it turns out, customer experience unlocks a radical capability of mapping the customer journey. This sounds innocent enough, I’ll admit, but if you look deeper you will see that this fundamental process is anathema to silos. To destroy silos, all you need to do is focus on changing customer journeys.
    https://customerthink.com/break-silos-with-this-secret-customer-experience-weapon-cascading-collaboration/
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  4. It sounds like a contradiction in terms, doesn’t it? How can you optimise a journey with friction when for many it is considered the nemesis of growth and success? It is annihilated at every opportunity in the digital world for fear the customer might abandon a purchase or fail to sign up for a newsletter. This is not necessarily the case in physical locations like stores, restaurants and service centres. Sometimes a little friction can be a good thing.
    http://customerthink.com/improve-customer-experience-by-introducing-friction/
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  5. How many of us follow the same purchasing habits today as we did even five years ago? Very few. How many businesses rely on the same sales and marketing approach as they did five years ago?

    More than you would think.

    In the rapidly evolving digital era, the rules have been (and are still being) fundamentally rewritten. It used to be the supplier who created interest in their products and services, pushing out information and offers as part of lead generation campaigns. But now it is the consumer who is firmly in charge of their journey to purchase.
    https://www.marketingtechnews.net/news/2018/mar/01/customer-journey-smooth-path/
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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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