customerthink   51

« earlier    

Spot The Moments Of Truth To Create Unforgettable Customer Experience | CustomerThink
Like in the book What’s the Future of Business: Changing the Way Businesses Create Experiences, the author Brian Solis, says:

“Businesses must invest in defining not only a positive experience but also a wonderfully sharable one. Doing so influences others to join the fray while offsetting negative inquiries and the damaging viral effects of shared negative experiences.”
press  publicity  media  Moments  of  truth  Brian  Solis  CustomerThink 
november 2017 by briansolis
CustomerThink: Reimagining Retail - Why Experience Is the Key to Survival
No one understands the business imperative of creating meaningful experiences better than Brian Solis, futurist and author of X: The Experience When Business Meets Design.
press  publicity  media  Brian  Solis  customer  experience  marketing  retail  CustomerThink 
june 2017 by briansolis
Customer Think: Customer Experience is Dead, Long-Live Co-Design
All the great examples of customer experience best practice from the Apple Genius Bar, to the Disney Magic Band, from Brian Solis’s Experience Architecture to Pine and Gilmore’s Experience Economy are all premised on co-creation and co-design with the customer not a generic experience as anything.
press  publicity  media  Brian  Solis  CustomerThink  customer  experience  co-design 
june 2017 by briansolis
Customer Experience Management and Customer Expectations | CustomerThink
The Moments of Truth

Following research by Google, findings by P&G, and Brian Solis, who describes this in his book “X: The Experience When Business Meets Design” there are 4 important Moments of Truth, which are also called micro moments. Let me quote Brian:

Zero Moment of Truth (ZMOT): Introduced by Google, this is the moment when people are searching for what they want
First Moment of Truth (FMOT): This concept was introduced by P&G and is the moment when people see your product and form first impressions about it.
Second Moment of Truth (SMOT): This is actually more than a moment; it’s the collection of moments when people feel, think, see hear, touch, smell and (sometimes) taste as they experience your product. It’s also how your company supports them in their efforts throughout the relationship.
Ultimate Moment of Truth (UMOT): This is the instant when a customer creates content based on an experience with your product or service and publishes online, in apps, on YouTube, Amazon, and so on, in their social communities and networks for others to find.
Each and every of these micro moments are encountered by customers once or several times, in an arbitrary order, at different touch points. The customer journey is not linear.
press  media  publicity  Brian  Solis  moments  of  truth  X:  The  Experience  When  Business  Meets  Design  CustomerThink 
january 2017 by briansolis
Chief Customer Officer for the Energy Industry, With Penni Conner – CB27 | CustomerThink
Penelope (Penni) Conner has spent her entire career in the energy industry. Her background is interesting as she is professionally an engineer, but found her way to the customer care space.
customerthink  customercare  penniconner 
november 2016 by eversourcenh

« earlier    

related tags

2010  2012  2013  2013back  2013front  2014  2014back  2014front  2015  2015front  2016back  2016front  2017  2017front  2018  2018back  2018front  2019  2019back  2020back  adamson  aligningstrategyandsales  ardathalbee  avdiushko  bird  blog  blogosphere  blogs  blogtree  boudreau  brian  business  co-design  contentgrid  customer  customercare  customerexperience  datavisualization  december2012  december2013  design  digital  disruptingdigitalbusiness  dixon  dualtransformation  eloqua  everything  experience  fuller  gallo  goleman  gomez  graphic  hbpsnews  hbr.org  hbr  hbspnews  human+machine  indispensable  infographics  innovation  janfeb2017  januaryfebruary2017  jess3  jess3_10waystosolvefacebookforb2b  jess3_eloqua_blogtree  jess3_eloqua_contentgrid  jesse  jesuthasan  joechernov  june2013  kriss  lafley  magill  march2015  marketing  martin  mayjune2018  mcferran  media  meets  moments  moore  moorman  mustreads  noble  noyes  of  packard  penniconner  playingtowin  ponomareff  pr  pragoff  presentation  press  publicity  quote  redbord  retail  revenue  rigby  robleavitt  schmidt  senseandrespond  social  social_marketing  socialmedia  solis  sutherland  the  thealliance  theanalyticalmarketer  theblogtree  thefirstmile  theinnovatorsdna  theinnovatorssolution  tilt  toman  transformation  trends  truth  uncommonservice  when  whyshouldanyoneworkhere  x: 

Copy this bookmark:



description:


tags: