As we move into 2012 and start looking forward to the next Total Customer Experience Leaders (TCEL) Summit, we’d like to occasionally share with you some of our favorite resources from around the web on customer experience, customer experience design, and customer-centricity.
Here are this week’s picks:
The Social Customer named 2012 “The Year Social Marketing and Social Customer Service Get Cosy” forcasting it as the year that social customer experiences reach maturity where “companies will focus on delivering a complete and consistent customer experience” throughout channels. Plus, NACCM and TCEL favorite speaker Becky Carroll pointed out some great uses of the medium.
Over in our NACCM LinkedIn Group a member shared the following post “Feedback is NOT a sandwich; ‘Where’s the BEEF?’” regarding the best ways to give feedback to employees providing front line customer experiences. A lively conversation on the topic is still happening if you care to join.
Finding inspiration in new and different places, this week the #PRStudChat on twitter featured Jim Joseph, President of Lippe Taylor, and the author of The Experience Effect: Engage Your Customers with a Consistent and Memorable Brand Experience. Joseph discussed customer experience and loyalty in relation to PR, and you can read a recap of the interview here.
What were your favorite customer experience links this week? What resources do you turn to?