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6 Quick Website Tweaks that Make a Big Impact

Written by Julie Dietz on February 28, 2017 at 8:30 AM | 6 minute read

If you watch budget design shows on TV, you know that one of the designers’ favorite tricks is paint. It’s cheap, fast, and gives a whole new look to furniture and walls. Rarely do you see a makeover on a budget that doesn’t at least paint an accent wall. White walls hardly ever remain white.

Websites are the white wall of your marketing plan. You can make little changes to pique people’s interest and move potential customers and members further down the sales funnel.

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Topics: Marketing, Customer Experience, Member Experience, Marketing Automation, Online Community

Is Your Retention Marketing Plan Inbound-y Enough?

Written by Julie Dietz on November 14, 2016 at 8:30 AM | 7 minute read

Which is easier for you to pinpoint, the number of new customers you won last quarter or the number of current customers who left your company?

For most businesses, it's easier to rattle off new customer numbers. That's because the majority of marketing and sales efforts (and executive focus) go toward attracting and winning new customers. Every day, marketers are becoming more and more efficient at winning new business through digital relationship-building approaches like inbound.

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Topics: Communications, Customer Experience, Customer Retention, Customer Success, Marketing Automation, Online Community

How to Get Amazon-Level Personalization (With No Extra Effort)

Written by Julie Dietz on October 10, 2016 at 8:30 AM | 5 minute read

I'm attending a wedding next month. This is a wedding without a gift registry, which should be illegal because I spent well over an hour scrolling through "wedding gifts" on Amazon before I figured out what to give the happy couple.

Gift hunting was exhausting and stressful, so I waited until the next day to look for a dress to wear. That, however, went much faster. As soon as I logged on to Amazon I was shown some beautiful, wedding-appropriate dresses (along with a few "congratulations" greeting cards). The dresses were Amazon's suggestion, and that personalized recommendation created an ideal online experience for me.

Amazon is a master at this. They're incredibly effective at engaging their audience through personalization, including on-screen purchase suggestions and personalized emails.

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Topics: Engagement, Customer Experience, Marketing Automation

CXPA Elevates the Customer Experience with Community

Written by Caitlin Struhs | on September 15, 2016 at 8:30 AM | 8 minute read

The Customer Experience Professionals Association (CXPA) was founded in 2011 as a premier, global non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement and cultivation of the customer experience profession. The organization aims to increase both impact of visibility of customer experience professionals, facilitate effective member-to-member sharing, and establish respected industry standards.

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Topics: Marketing, Customer Communities, Customer Experience, Online Community

How to Use Data to Solve Your Biggest Online Community Participation Problems

Written by Julie Dietz on September 6, 2016 at 8:30 AM | 7 minute read

When I joined my first online community 8 years ago, I was excited to see and take part in key discussions in my industry. The association I belonged to had launched a private online community for members earlier in the year and I couldn't wait to get involved. But when I logged in, I thought there was something wrong with my browser. Every group and discussion area was a ghost town. Even the questions that I now know were seed questions from the organization didn't have any responses.

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Topics: Online Community Management, Engagement, Customer Experience, Member Experience, Online Community

5 Steps to Start an Effective Employee Mentoring Program that People Want to Participate In

Written by Julie Dietz on July 29, 2016 at 8:30 AM | 5 minute read

Think back to your first job out of college. You were probably excited and wanted to learn everything. You may even have been eager to work your way up in the company.

What about now? Are you still at the same organization you joined right out of high school or college? Most people aren't. For one reason or another, people leave. They find new jobs with better opportunities, or more fulfilling work. That can be a problem for the organizations they leave behind, associations included.

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Topics: Online Community Management, Customer Experience, Member Experience, Online Community

3 Unsexy, But Essential Steps to Planning Your Organization's Next Event

Written by Cathy Clifton on June 14, 2016 at 8:30 AM | 4 minute read

Event planning is a sexy career filled with all the glamour of fancy dresses, cocktail parties, and worldwide travel, right? Not quite. Those exciting perks are just a few of many common misconceptions in the event planning industry.

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Topics: Engagement, Customer Experience, Member Experience, Marketing Automation, Online Community

Read Your Community Members' Minds

Written by Heather McNair on May 23, 2016 at 8:30 AM | 5 minute read

It’s true -- you can read minds and predict the future.

Sure, communities can help you with customer acquisition and retention, but they can also help you forecast what your members want or need -- improving your members’ experience and your organization’s bottom line.

How can your community help get you inside a member’s head and learn what they truly think and what they really need?

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Topics: Online Community Management, Customer Experience, Member Experience, Online Community

How Customer Engagement Increases Existing Customer Sales

Written by Julie Dietz on May 13, 2016 at 8:30 AM | 4 minute read

There are ups and downs in the stock market, in housing prices, in consumer sales. These trends, even though they're important, are something we're used to, so when a new, important business trend comes along we may or may not pay attention.

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Topics: Customer Engagement, Customer Experience, Marketing Automation, Online Community

Tips for Creating a Killer Online Customer Experience

Written by Christina Green | on May 12, 2016 at 8:30 AM | 5 minute read

Your online customer experience is a vast, sometimes intimidating concept to tackle, made up of all your company's interactions with customers online. It's also something that almost every organization wants to improve, and we'd like to help.

However, since there have been books written about improving the online customer experience, this article will stick to only primary touchpoints directly within your control - aka the web properties you own.

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Topics: Customer Engagement, Customer Experience, Customer Success, Online Community

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