‘It’s no secret that successful companies are the ones with satisfied customers. But while many executives claim to understand the importance of customer experience (CX), it often falls by the wayside as resources are channeled into product development.’ BARE shares an article by Aimee Tariq for Entrepreneur with the importance of CX.
‘Forget power suits, haute couture and evening gowns. This season’s hottest trends are oversized t-shirts, pajamas and loungewear.’ BARE shares an article by Blake Morgan for Forbes with home-bound customer fashion trends.
‘Heroes are born out of moments of crisis. The world has definitely seen its fair share of crises in the last six months, but it has also seen incredible heroes.’ BARE shares an article by Blake Morgan for Forbes with amazing examples of customer service.
Social media platforms have become today’s most favored means of publicity. Of the 4.5 billion people using the internet at the start of 2020, 84% of them were using a form of social media, increasing by more than 9% since last year. From small scale enterprises to giant conglomerates, all are avidly trying to establish a strong social media presence. During these tough times that people are facing globally, social media has helped businesses to remain afloat and even flourish.
On this webinar, we share:
- Discovering the WHY through empathy mapping, including a bonus FREE template available here [click]!
- Defining buyer personas in an ever-shifting economy.
- Uncovering knowledge through the effective use voice of customer and online reputation insights.
‘Starbucks, Taco Bell, Wendy’s and several others have been upgrading or introducing their programs as they hope to build traffic coming out of the pandemic.’ BARE shares an article by Jonathan Maze for Restaurant Business with new and upgraded loyalty programs.
Don’t make this mistake: attend our next webinar Thursday, August 6th, on
Buyer Personas and Empathy Mapping with Digital Adoption Methods!
(Or at least just get the recording!)
“They obviously didn’t know who they emailed.”
We’ve all had this reaction to a spam email that’s missed the mark. Sometimes it’s funny, but it’s mostly annoying. It’s wasting your time because you have no intention of taking action after reading it, but depending on how good the spammer was, you have to read it first before deleting it. If you’re the spammer, you don’t care if the majority of your recipients are the right ones, because as long as a few are, you’re happy.
As a marketer or business owner, however, it’s a different story.’ BARE shares an article by Syed Balkhi for Customer Think on Why You Market to People and Not Your Customer Database.