Not long ago, I wrote, “You need to deliver… seamless, immersive experiences—both in your content and as part of the overall journey—at every single customer touchpoint. That’s the way your customers expect the world to work now.”
Well, here are a few reasons to get you started:
- In 2016 there were more page views on mobile than on desktop
- Greater than 65% of all digital media time is now on mobile… and that number continues to grow
- Digital devices influence the majority of in-store sales
Customers simply never disconnect. They can find every scrap, every crumb, every morsel of information they need at any stage in their journey. And for so many products and services and support scenarios they encounter, they have every incentive to do so. As I have mentioned in the past, customers often have more information about your products and services and support scenarios than your employees. After all, they’re the ones that need the product or service or support. What incentives can you provide your employees that compare?
Tough question, right?
Fortunately, answers exist to help you improve your customer’s experience—and to engage your employees as active participants in that process. I’m serving as chair of The 13th Annual Customer Experience Conference in New York this May and am simply blown away by the work the team has done putting together the agenda and speakers for the event. Speakers from companies including Google, Marriott, Microsoft, Nielsen, Eli Lilly, Hilton, Baylor Scott & White Health, Ritz-Carlton, Intuit, CustomInk, Dell
, and others have tons of outstanding insights to share on topics such as:
- CX and Organizational Effectiveness
- Employee Engagement
- Customer Feedback and Data for Results
- Customer Journey Power
- Digital and Social Success
- Generational and Cultural Nuance
Even better, if you or one of your colleagues are interested in attending, I can share a $500 “friends of speakers” discount with you when you register. Just use code FS1 when you register via The Conference Board website here. And I’ll look forward to seeing you in New York this May.
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You might also enjoy some of these past posts from Thinks to help you build your e-commerce strategy and your digital success:
- 6 Mobile Commerce and Strategy Insights: E-commerce Link Digest
- Content is Still the King
- The Digital Strategy Myth
- Why Mobile Payments Will Rule
- Driving Seamless Experiences in 2016 (Thinks Out Loud Episode 149)
- Mobile is So Much Bigger Than You Think (Thinks Out Loud Episode 140)
- It’s Not “Mobile First.” It’s “Customer First.”
- 8 Killer Entries About Improving E-commerce Experience: E-commerce Link Digest