Companies spend huge amounts of time and money stopping their people from being human – yet being human is exactly the thing that makes for a great customer experience
As soon as a company stops being useful, customers leave. And that’s why customer loyalty is a myth.
We’re in the midst of an epidemic of apology – and the result is that customers are losing respect for big companies.
Self-service checkouts, airport check-in, customer feedback requests… why is it so hard to be a customer nowadays?
We live in a world that is perfecting the functional experience at the expense of the emotional experience.
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If you want to keep up with your customers, stop delaying the inevitable and instead do something about it.
Want your customers to recommend you? Maybe stop ruining their experience with your incessant feedback requests…