When you bridge the divide between marketing and transactional communications, the opportunities multiply. Good customer communications not only allow you to consistently deliver on your brand promise, they can also deepen customer relationships and reduce service costs. Done right, there are no more “necessary evils.” All communications can help build your brand and drive business results.
There’s so much movement, so much talk, and so much concern around the rapid surge of Artificial Intelligence (AI) into every area of our lives. There’s rarely a day when we don’t hear some new report about the groundbreaking impact – and potential danger – of this technology.
Investors need reassurance now as they steer the road ahead post the Silicon Valley Bank collapse.
There are two words you should never use in your customer communications. Avoid them, and you can increase loyalty and retention. Use them… and you might lose a customer for life.
Schools aren’t just institutions of learning. They’re businesses fighting for customers. And that makes it important to know what you’re communicating – and using the right language. Here are 3 tips for communicating effectively about your school and the value it provides.
To practice active empathy start by asking yourself, why does your audience do what they do? Why do they believe what they believe? You’re going to create messaging that’s very different than if you start just by asking, what do I want to say?