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Smooth Sailing or Stormy Seas? Navigating Customer Experience Pain Points with a Smile

UX Planet

In the rollercoaster ride of customer experience (CX), pain points aren’t just bumps but wild loops demanding attention. These pain points often show up at three distinct levels: the interaction level, customer-journey level, and relationship level. Hello, is Anyone There?” ?? — Waiting

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What are Customer Pain Points and How to Properly Address Them

Userpilot

Customer pain points are important to reveal when you want to improve product engagement and grow fast. If you can fix customerspain points, you’ll be well on your way to improving their overall customer experience. In this article, we’ll cover: What are customer pain points?

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Segmenting Onboarding Messages: How to Send Targeted Messages for SaaS [+ Examples]

Userpilot

Are you struggling with segmenting onboarding messages for your customers? Not all of your customers have the same jobs to be done or are in the same stage of the customer journey. This makes it crucial to segment customers based on their common characteristics and personalize the experience for each segment.

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How to Use Feedback to Improve Mobile Customer Experience in 4 Steps

Alchemer Mobile

With infinite choices and limited bandwidth, how do you decide what to prioritize when it comes to improving your mobile customer experience? Learning more about your customers is the best place to start. Step #1: Capture mobile customer feedback. Don’t forget to share customer feedback with other teams in your organization!

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The Ultimate Guide to Creating a Strong and Effective Value Proposition

Speaker: Robin Zaragoza, Product Coach and CEO of The Product Refinery

Every product manager has heard, “Keep the customer at the heart of everything you do". But what strategy do managers use to keep the customer and their key problems at the center of the product development process? How do product managers instill this knowledge of the customer across the rest of the organization?

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Moving from reactive to proactive customer support

Intercom, Inc.

Today, customer expectations are at an all-time high. A proactive customer support approach is the key to regaining control. But this approach not only overwhelms your team, it also means customers frequently have to wait hours or even days to get the help they need. What is proactive customer support?

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What is Customer Friction in SaaS: How to Measure & Reduce

Userpilot

Using a product with a lot of customer friction is like wearing uncomfortable shoes. In the article, we show you how to identify and reduce customer friction in your SaaS product to boost product engagement. TL;DR Customer friction is the obstacles that customers face on their journey with the product.