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Your customer are unbelievably powerful in dictating the customer experience. By practicing everyday leadership, they'll understand their impact on long term brand relationships Customer Experience, Leadership, Relationships, Branding, Day, Blog, Dating, Brand Identity, Branding Design

How to be a Leader Every Day for your Customers - Russel Lolacher

Customer experience is an emotional experience for your customers. Being a leader every day will help build brand trust and lasting customer relationships.

Even with the best intentions, an badly communicated marketing email can kill a relationship This is a story of one email that didn't help. Customer Experience, Email Marketing, Relationship, Good Things, Blog, Relationships

Even with the best intentions, an badly communicated marketing email can kill a relationship This is a story of one email that didn't help. #emailmarketing #email #canva #customerexperience #customerrelationship

Episode 9 – Social Media Consultant Rebecca Coleman on Starting Social Service - The Upsell Podcast Social Services, Customer Service, Get Started, Interview, Social Media, Business, Blog, Store, Social Networks

Episode 9 – Social Media Consultant Rebecca Coleman on Starting Social Service - The Upsell Podcast

Rebecca Coleman, social media consultant and instructor, shares why businesses must embrace social as a customer service channel and how to get started.

In customer relationship building, there are some universal rules you shouldn't break. And a company breaking them. Relationship Building, Lessons Learned, Case Study, Customer Service, Learning, Blog, Studying, Teaching

2 Universal Rules of Customer Service You Should NEVER Break - Russel Lolacher

In one move, a cable company breaks two universal rules of customer service relationship building. A case study and lessons learned.

Tipping in the service industry has grown to become almost expected, regardless of the level of service. Here's five reasons a server shouldn't get one in one of my most controversial posts. Get One, Over The Years, How To Become, Posts, Tips, Blog, Messages, Counseling

Tipping: 5 Reasons Why You Should Not Expect a Tip - Russel Lolacher

Tipping has become a forced tradition over the years. Is it something we should still do? Here's 5 reasons you shouldn't be.

I asked a few customer service leaders to describe a great customer experience in one word. Customer Experience, Customer Service, Sales People, One Word, Great Words, Public Relations, Author, Learning, Sayings

One Word for Great Customer Service - The Upsell

What is one word for great customer service? Authors, customer experience strategists, communicators, sales people, public relations, and podcasters answer.

XS Cargo: Anatomy of a Response to Bad Customer Service - Russel Lolacher Bad Customer Service, Bad Reviews, Anatomy, No Response, Blog, Artistic Anatomy

XS Cargo: Anatomy of a Response to Bad Customer Service - Russel Lolacher

Responding to customers is important. Here's an example of a bad response to a bad experience, courtesy of XS Cargo, and ways they could have been better.

A customer experience story showing that even a "routine" service can be exceptional. Lessons to learn. Oil Change, Customer Experience, Routine, Learning, Blog, Studying, Teaching

A Service Story of Mr Lube: Change the Oil, Not the Service - Russel Lolacher

How was your last oil change? A customer service kudos for Mr Lube for their effort to improve the oil change experience.

GoodLife Fitness: Three Customer Service Lessons from Quitting the Gym - Russel Lolacher Weight Lifting Workouts, Fun Workouts, Breakup Stories, Group Fitness, Fitness Tracker, Customer Service, Personal Trainer, Life Is Good

GoodLife Fitness: Three Customer Service Lessons from Quitting the Gym - Russel Lolacher

Is quitting the gym as easy as it should be? The Upsell shares a recent breakup story from GoodLife Fitness Centres, to find out for themselves.