The modern-day customer can be very demanding and come with high expectations for a product or service. As such, organizations must be ready to handle customers who are not happy with a specific service or with a certain experience from a brand.
Therefore, it is imperative that marketers deliver the best experience to customers by connecting them through multiple channels.
When it comes to marketing, there are two main elements that need to be considered: One is the perceived product or service that the customer expects to receive and the other is the actual product or service that they receive. If the perceived product or service and the actual product or service are vastly different, this can create problems and lead to a completely dissatisfied customer.
Marketers must strive to deliver a cohesive marketing experience through cross-channel communication that will ensure there is no disconnect between the perceived value and features of a product or service and the one customers receive.
This can be done by delivering the right message, along with a personalized and consistent experience.
Moreover, marketers need to constantly engage with their customers by communicating through the customer’s channel of preference.
Optimizing customer experience is a key factor in overall business growth, and also impacts a company’s bottom line.
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