Turning Happy Customers Into Brand Advocates - Featuring Guest Michael Redbord


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How will chat and chatbots transform customer service in the near future? Shep Hyken discusses turning customers into viral promoters, a new customer-focused growth model, and the next phase of automated customer service with Michael Redbord, GM of the Service Hub at Hubspot. TOP TAKEAWAYS: -Redbord shares the five rules of a customer-centric 1) Knowledge of your customer 2) Applying the knowledge 3) Listening and prioritizing 4) Execution 5) Communicating -How to use NPS (Net Promoter Score) to target your best customers, a.k.a. promoters, who are most likely to take the extra time to advocate for you. Then, create a win-win situation for your customers so you can go on the journey of mutual growth together. -Hyken and Redbord both see a trend in customer service becoming more self-service as customers become less patient and want faster access to the answers to their questions. -Redbord urges that making customers more successful is the key to business growth. -The Flywheel model, which takes the traditional business growth model and uses customers to create virality, brand amplification, and scalability. Your customers can be your best marketers and growth engines. -There are three customer-service trends that will likely happen in the future (and already are). 1) Face-to-face communication - As trust diminishes and people feel more disconnected, showing your face is going to be a big deal. 2) Chatbots - People are less patient today, they want answers now, and they expect a 24-hour presence. 3) Self-service - Is an absolute necessity, especially for small and medium-sized businesses.
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