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Get the Free Guidebook. Get customer insights surveys can't deliver. How can customer interviews make your organization more customer-centric?

5 Reasons your Website Users are SO Frustrated

I’d hope by this point anyone reading this blog understands that my passion for customer experience is a holistic one. I don’t believe one aspect or theory or channel is the “right” way. I believe

3 Ways to Survive Dangerously Casual Customer Reviews

Customer feedback is customer experience gold. That’s why there are transaction surveys, experience surveys, customer interviews, customer focus groups (although you know I’m not a fan) and many, many formal ways to gather feedback and

Why Positive Word-of-Mouth is Insanely Powerful

What do you think when someone tells you about something that’s “gone viral?” These days, your first thought may be Covid-19, but going viral is still a surprisingly common way of describing a funny video, cringe-worthy

3 Ways to Update Customer Experience for Millennials

Do millennials really approach everything differently than generations before them? Or are the challenges of designing for them simply the same challenges as designing and delivering experiences for any group? Yes, millennials approach the world

3 Ways to Let Customers Guide Your Greatest Innovation

Customers can’t always tell us what they want, even when we ask them to leave feedback. So is there another way to learn what they will want next, before they take their business elsewhere? Customer data, feedback and market

The Intentionality of Patient Empathy

Thoughts from the Cleveland Clinic Patient Empathy Summit (Part 1) I had the immense honor of being a part of the Cleveland Clinic Patient Empathy Summit. This is the place where the idea of patient

5 Ways One-on-One Customer Communication Builds Loyalty

Consumers have power. In the old-school approaches to business, companies thought they were essential if they sold goods and services people wanted. Nowadays, the abundance of competition means that no single company can afford to