About Experience This!:
Welcome to Experience This! where you’ll find inspiring examples of customer experience, great stories of customer service, and tips on how to make your customers love you even more. Always upbeat and definitely entertaining, customer retention expert Joey Coleman and social media expert Dan Gingiss serve as your hosts for a weekly dose of positive customer experience. This show will help you attract and keep more customers so you can grow your business, increase your profits, and have more fun in the process. A fun collection of quick-hit segments filled with deep learning and takeaways, you don’t want to miss this audio experience!
Apple Podcast Reviews:
Love these characters! Joey and Dan break down the customer experience, uh, experience, in a fun way.by Brief is the New Black
Such a great pair! I have followed both of these guys online for a while and was stoked that they teamed up for a podcast. The podcast is super easy to listen to and provides a lot of insight that is actionable for my work. Excited for what is to come. Thanks Joey and Dan!marykmetcalf
Getting your customers in the door means winning first impression, no matter the quality of the product, while getting them to come back means showing them you trust them not to steal anything.
Bite-Sized Delight From the Episode:
- Why every interaction you have with a customer is an opportunity to both build trust and show trust with them.
- How even the tiniest changes to the experience can drastically affect how a customer sees it.
- Why Twitter is like a couple of people sitting around the fire having a lot of conversations while the rest of the world tunes out.
CX PRESS – Do You Trust Your Customers? [01:00 – 07:02]
Customers want to be trusted, but too often companies don't show that trust. #CX http://bit.ly/2ghpGqY Click To Tweet
We're not excited about the hall monitor in a retail organization. #CX http://bit.ly/2ghpGqY Click To Tweet
Trust is such an important piece of the customer equation. #CX http://bit.ly/2ghpGqY Click To Tweet
You don't need to punish every customer you have just because of one or two bad apples. #CX http://bit.ly/2ghpGqY Click To Tweet
- Sometimes the money spent protecting your merchandise can lose you more money in the end.
- Find ways to show you trust your customer, even if it means losing a .35 cent pen or two!
- Look at your business with a skeptical eye to see where you are accidentally belittling your customer or sending the message that you don’t trust them.
- An offended customer is one that takes their business to those who trust them with it.
WHAT ARE YOU READING? – Mindless Eating [07:02 – 16:13]
He was going to be persona non grata if he did not deliver them cherry jello. #CX http://bit.ly/2ghpGqY Click To Tweet
Our brain has already told us that we aren't going to like it. #CX http://bit.ly/2ghpGqY Click To Tweet
- Descriptions can change your customer’s view of more than just the product. It can affect the entire experience from beginning to end.
- If a customer has to close their eyes to accept that it’s good, you need to change it.
- The same thing presented two different ways is two different things to a customer.
AGREE TO DISAGREE – Twitter [16:13 – 27:11]
I think twitter is changing and not for the better. #CX http://bit.ly/2ghpGqY Click To Tweet
If Twitter is dying, it is because it hasn't figured out how to monetize. #CX http://bit.ly/2ghpGqY Click To Tweet
Sometimes the rumor of your demise can accelerate your demise. #CX http://bit.ly/2ghpGqY Click To Tweet
Twitter remains unique because it is still the place for real-time events. #CX http://bit.ly/2ghpGqY Click To Tweet
Somebody tweets and it must be true, and the tweet itself becomes news. #CX http://bit.ly/2ghpGqY Click To Tweet
The question of whether Twitter stays alive ultimately will be an economic question. #CX http://bit.ly/2ghpGqY Click To Tweet
- Rumors about your company’s fate can, if you’re not careful, fulfill their own prophecy.
- How the almighty hashtag on Twitter trumps paid social on Facebook.
- Sometimes the difference between you and the competition is an algorithm.
Be a Part of the Show!
We’d love to hear about your great customer experiences, which segments you like, and your ideas for future episodes!
Are You Looking for Things We Referenced?
- Do You Trust Your Customer and Do Your Customers Trust You? by Shep Hyken
- Mindless Eating: Why We Eat More Than We Think by Brian Wansink
- Is Twitter in 2017 Even Worth the Trouble?
- Report: 2017 Social Media Benchmarks
See you next week!