Author Archives: Chris Luxford

revenue generation

How Customer Experience Maps can lead to better Revenue Generation

It is widely acknowledged that providing your customers with a great experience can lead to better revenue generation. EBay even claimed in its 2012 Spring Seller Update that a higher level of service increased active

Posted by Chris Luxford | 27 Nov 2012
positive experience

How “Value Chains” have become “Value Constellations”

Value is the real service traded in any transaction. Companies provide their customers with the value they require for a price, so everyone profits in the long run . But the process by which this passes from organization to customer is undergoing a massive transformation today.

Posted by Chris Luxford | 23 Nov 2012
Customer-Experience

How your Company can Assess Customer Experience Intuitively

Providing a great customer experience is not a well-kept secret that only companies like Amazon can access. In fact, the best customer service I get today is at my local hardware store.

Posted by Chris Luxford | 27 Oct 2012
Brand Differentiation

Three Simple Steps to Differentiate Your Brand

To state a truism, it is an incredibly competitive world that we live in. And you need to keep your brand visible from the clutter with smart, sustainable tactics.

Posted by Chris Luxford | 17 Oct 2012
Brand Choice

Why Customer Experience Can Make or Break You

Imagine a day in the life of a consumer (me):

I walk into a store to buy a gadget from Brand A. I notice that Brand B has a gadget with similar features on sale, at a significantly lower price. As a customer, I realize Brand B “is good enough” it gives me what I want at a lower price, and I decide buy that instead. There is no possible reason that I would stick to Brand A.

Posted by Chris Luxford | 23 May 2012
customer service

Achieving Sustainable Competitive Product Differentiation

It’s an incredibly competitive world and you need to keep your product visible with smart, sustainable tactics. How do you stay relevant and differentiate your product from the hundreds of others currently in the market?

Here are a couple of well-worn tactics that companies have been using for years:

Posted by Chris Luxford | 1 May 2012