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  1. When it comes to creating an amazing customer experience, all companies can learn from the Happiest Place on Earth. With its magical and personalized approach to customer experience, Disney and its theme parks have created a passionately loyal fan base, welcoming 157 million visitors in 2018 with an amazing 70% return rate of first-time guests.

    Disney is regularly recognized for its magical approach to customer experience. Here are five lessons every company can learn from Mickey Mouse himself.
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  2. 86% of customers are willing to pay more for a better customer experience. Give them what they want. Your customers expect an experience on your site. A great experience; an experience that has been personalized for them. Where do you start when making something like that a reality?

    This Exponea e-book will take you through the early stages of improving the customer experience on your site, followed by specific personalization strategies to start using, and a comparison of different product recommendation models so you can pick the best one for your business.
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  3. TechTarget defines personalisation as a “means of meeting the customer’s needs more effectively and efficiently, making interactions faster and easier, and consequently, increasing customer satisfaction and the likelihood of repeat visits”. Being able to provide a personalised experience, however, still proves to be a real challenge for many digital marketers. The good news is, there is room for these marketers to grow. Delivering a personalised experience requires a healthy combination of the right data and right technology. So how does digital feedback play into this?
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  4. We often talk about B2B customers as if they are totally different from their B2C counterparts, but that simply isn’t the case. Yes, business purchases are usually made with more research and discussion, and they’re higher budget — but they’re still made by people. Those people go home every day and morph into regular consumers, which means their expectations for B2B customer experience are based heavily on their B2C activities.
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  5. More forward-thinking travel organisations are taking it one step further and setting themselves apart from the myriad of competitors out there and they’re doing this by way of personalised customer experiences – better known to travel marketers as ‘personalisation’.
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  6. With each passing year, omnichannel customer service and personalised experiences have become the norm. Strategic partnerships with disruptors, like UberEATS, have become so ubiquitous that they're no longer considered innovative.

    Companies must move beyond the idea that personalised content is enough, as personalised experiences offer so much more.
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  7. Adobe and Econsultancy have released a new report that covers the key differences between Asia Pacific (APAC) marketers and their North American and European counterparts when it comes to adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) and investment in digital skills.

    Notably, the report found that APAC marketers are focusing on making the experience as personalized and relevant as possible, while the main focus for North American and European respondents is on making the experience as valuable as possible.
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  8. In-App & Web Notifications are increasingly being used by digital-first businesses as a means for boosting conversions or simply conveying an important message to their visitors (while they are active in-app or on the website). According to Localytics, In-App Messaging in particular is capable of boosting engagement by 3x! So to what can we attribute the success of in-app and web notifications? Easy. That would be their exceptional ability to deliver the right content to the right audience at the right time.
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  9. It's no secret that in order to succeed in today's competitive industry landscape, brands must do everything possible to prioritize customers at all stages of their journeys to keep them loyal. Strategies must be revised to incorporate new technologies that not only improve the overall experience but also harness data to assess and solve for customer needs and issues across every touchpoint. Premium, personalized interactions have become the new norm, reinforcing that 2018 is all about the customer. To help make this a reality, we've identified eight key themes that should be considered by all brands when transforming into a customer-obsessed organization.
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  10. Here are four examples of brands, from Sephora to the NBA’s Sacramento Kings, that have successfully pivoted to a mobile-first world, implementing strategies that include a range of targeting techniques such as location-based marketing, personalization, push notifications, and even augmented reality and artificial intelligence.
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