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Measuring Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty

Measuring Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty (3rd Edition)!

Updated book on measuring customer satisfaction: Measuring Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty (3rd Edition). Bob E. Hayes, Ph.D. updates his best-seller about how to construct, evaluate, and use questionnaires, and adds a new chapter on customer loyalty. Included are two different methods of sampling and determining an appropriate sample size for reliable results; the reliability and […]

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Customer Loyalty and Customer Lifetime Value

Customer loyalty and customer lifetime value are two different, yet related, areas of study. The purpose of this discussion is to outline each area and highlight how knowledge in both areas is necessary to better understand how to grow a company.  Companies are not static entities; they make business decisions in hopes to increase customer […]

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Customer Loyalty and Goal Setting

All companies who use customer loyalty surveys strive to see increases in their customer loyalty scores. Improving customer loyalty has been shown to have a positive impact on business results and long-term business success. Toward that end, executives implement various company-wide improvements in hopes that improvements in customer loyalty scores will follow. One common method […]

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Relationships, Transactions and Heuristics

There are two general types of customer satisfaction surveys: 1) Customer Transaction Surveys and 2) Customer Relationship Surveys. Customer Transactional Surveys allow you to track satisfaction for specific events. The transactional surveys are typically administered soon after the customer has a specific interaction with the company. The survey asks the customers to rate that specific […]

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Measurement and Meaning of Customer Loyalty

The use of customer loyalty survey data to help manage customer relationships has received much technological innovation over the past decade. Web-based surveys provide an easy vehicle for customers to provide feedback. For example, individual customer concerns are addressed through the use of automated prompts (typically in the form of emails) to Account team members […]

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