7 edition of What Customers Really Want found in the catalog.
October 17, 2006
by Thomas Nelson
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||195|
Customer success sounds like a catchy phrase your marketing team might come up with, doesn’t it? Or a mantra some PR firm concocted for their CEO to make it sound like she really does care about customers. But in today’s recurring revenue businesses, customer success is much more than a catchy phrase or a slick marketing campaign. The 30 Things Customers Really Value. by ; Eric Almquist You don’t want to expend resources adding features that consumers don’t care about. Its Intelligent Portfolios tool informs.
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Asked to rate a long list of product attributes on a scale of 1 (“completely unimportant”) to 10 (“extremely important”), customers are apt to say they want many or even most of them.
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For more information, please contact George Hoare, Special Sales, at [email protected] or () File Size: 3MB. Superior customer service can be an essential source of strength as companies emerge from the recession, but managers need to understand the extent to which the consumer landscape has shifted.
Innovation is fundamental to success and business growth. Offering a proven alternative to failed customer-driven thinking, this landmark book arms you with the tools to unleash innovation, lower costs, and reduce failure rates--and create the products and services customers really want.4/5(5).
What happens when you combine product design virtuosity, high-powered market research techniques, and copious customer data. Too often, the result is gadgets that suffer from “feature creep” or the return of billions of dollars’ worth of merchandi.
"This book provides you with startling insights into common misconceptions about your customers' needs - it digs below the surface to pinpoint the new product or service features that increase customer loyalty.
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LEARNING POINTS Your success as a service-giver depends on how well you handle customers. Understanding what your customers need and want Is essential to quality service-giving. Customers in general have 12 basic needs: Control. Dozens of book reviews for What Customers Want can be found on line.
It has a 4 1/2 star rating on Amazon and has been required reading in a number of Fortune companies. Here are a sampling of reader comments: “Over the years I’ve read many books on business, and this is one of the best.”.
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Here's three simple ways to cultivate longterm loyalty.Go back to audience insights and look at the things your audience is really interested in. Maybe what you can really offer is an ongoing relationship built on excellent service. If that’s true. 5. Think about what you can offer in the relationship that they really want.
Apart from your products!According to Barrows and Kennedy, the smart seller should shift focus from products and pricing, to the minds of customers, and put their energy into building honest relationships. Those who aren’t sure exactly what business they’re really in (answer: whatever legal business the clients want you to be in) will soon be out of business.