"The Web Psychologist" explains how you can use individual personality traits to market more effectively.
Does retail customer experience success depend on neuro-triggers? PIRCH says yes.
Want a no-cost way to improve your customer’s experience? You might have to abandon the time-honored philosophy of “under-promise and over-deliver.” Check out Ep #32: A Surprising Way to Improve Real Customer Experience of The Brainfluence Podcast to learn more (audio or transcript). […]
Is your web developer (or IT team) sabotaging your customer experience in ways that aren’t easily spotted?
You are likely already looking carefully at the pages, forms, content, and other visible elements to ensure that nothing is amiss there. But even when everything on the surface checks out fine, there may be hidden traps that your customers will encounter as they use your site. Think of them as web land mines, or CX-bombs.
Today, eliminating barriers to an awesome visitor experience is more important than ever. Your visitors have increasingly short attention spans, a low tolerance for frustration, and a plethora of alternatives. If they encounter something frustrating or confusing, they are a click or two away from your competition. And, with search traffic being driven toward sites with better engagement and greater social sharing, those quickly-departing visitors will affect future traffic as well.
Here are a few visitor experience land mines that I’ve encountered in the last month. […]