In today’s world, a business’ Net Promoter Score (NPS) is one of the best ways to measure the average customer experience. NPS is calculated by taking data from simple one-question surveys completed by your customers and separating each customer into categories of promoter, detractor, or passive. The single question with an easy to use scale […]
When your business receives feedback, both good and bad, we have to agree with Mr. Gates that there are lessons to be learned. But how can this data be gathered, and what is the strategy behind it? There are several popular ways to measure customer’s experiences with your business. Gathering feedback is vitally important to […]
Life can be pretty hard sometimes. There are times when your basement floods or your car gets towed or that rare occasion where the lottery ticket you bought turns out to be a dud. In business, there are times when you don’t close the deal and when that happens, it can really shake the confidence […]
We are usually more critical of ourselves than other people are of us. In the mirror my “dad bod” looks to me more like Mr. Chub-a-lub than others (at least that’s what they’ve told me!). To you, your communication skills may be lacking more than your co-workers think they are. That canvas you painted is […]
“Turn that frown upside down!” That’s an industry phrase, right?
We are Rachel Noel and Karin Siccardi and we are part of WebPunch’s Review Response Team. The two of us spend our days responding to online reviews and we are thrilled to be able to share what we’ve learned. Today we’ll be talking about responding to reviews on Yellow Pages so sit back, relax and enjoy the YP show.
Customer experience has one meaning: It’s the interaction between a brand and a customer. And for the most part, businesses large and small want a similar outcome from their customer service experience. They want to put a smile on their customers’ faces, send them home happy, make sure they come back again, and get them […]
Remember those alien looking marks you’d see around town?
Layoffs, firings, and low morale are inevitable. If prevented, however, a brand could save itself a lot of business. Every year, companies lay off thousands of employees due to restructuring, shrinking revenues, or a sluggish economy. But what about all the lost revenue that comes from that?
What’s up, WebPunchers? This is Matt Jones, your Professor of WebPunch’s School of Online Reputation Management. Life is good. Sorry it’s been a little bit of time, but we’re back. My drone cuts are finally healing, I’m back to the gym, so things are off to a good start here in March.