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    Why should you combine marketing and service communications?

    When you meet someone special, you pull out all the stops to be the best possible version of yourself. You dress nice, hold open the door, pay for drinks and laugh at every joke that person makes. After some time however, when all goes well, you might start putting in less of an effort. There are dirty socks on the floor, you don’t hold back as many burps as before and the parents-in-law are no longer as funny as they were when you first met them.

    In many regards, customer communications over the course of the customer journey can be very similar. As a result, the difference between marketing and service communications can be day and night. However, they both have specific benefits which, if combined, allow you to engage with your customers in ways that seemed impossible before.

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    What is transpromo?

    Combine a powerful message with the certainty of it reaching your target audience and you’ve got a customer communications powerhouse. That’s what transpromotional communications are all about. But what is transpromo? If you’re eager to find out and discover its potential, please read on.

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    Make integrations a child's play with Xribe & Zapier

    Maintaining a system for automated customer communications can take time and a lot of IT support. You can save on this by combining Xribe and Zapier. When you connect Xribe and Zapier, you can automatically send communications for most of your business needs. This allows you to focus on the important things while still immediately acknowledging your customers' needs.

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    6 Steps to choose the right communication tool

    They say in sports self-belief and strength of character are what separate the good from the best. You could argue that this applies to the world of business as well. Businesses worldwide approach the market claiming and believing that they know best, convinced that their own capabilities will eventually lead to success. This is the Inside-Out approach: systems, tools, processes, and products are designed with the company and its needs in mind and decisions are made based on what's best for the company and not the customer.

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    Analog, Digital and Interactive: The three media of communication

    Digital transformation is tough but it’s worth it. As digital slowly becomes more ingrained in our ways of working and engaging with each other, new opportunities driven by progress show themselves nearly daily. On the long road to digital transformation, the first step to take is customer onboarding, causing this digital transformation to go hand in hand with improving your customer communications. 

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    The road to digital transformation: we are only halfway there

    Although the concept of digital is about more user-friendliness, efficiency and loss of friction, digital transformation, ironically, proves to be hard work. Despite the pace of digital disruption, a lot of businesses are only taking digital baby steps. This is the conclusion of the ‘Digital Transformation Index II’ report, listing the results of an inquiry by technology companies Dell Technologies and Intel in collaboration with market research partner Vanson Bourne among 4.600 business leaders from medium and large enterprises in 42 countries.

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    How to successfully reach out to your customers: a recap

    There is more to modern customer communications than the message alone. Technology and customer expectations have seen to that. But with the rise of complexity also comes the opportunity to boost customer engagement in ways unseen before.

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    Unleash the power of dynamic transpromotional communications 5.0

    In last week’s blog we talked about how combining transactional and promotional communications or ‘transpromo’ creates promising perspectives for businesses to reach out to customers. Today we’ll go beyond. When made interactive, transpromotional communications show their true potential. By combining transactional and promotional content within actionable communications, the possibilities for the receiver suddenly manifold as he can pick, chose, consult, review or buy what he or she wants or needs. This is transactional communications 5.0 and the future of digital customer engagement.

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    A look back on a decade of customer experience management

    Today, doing business is all about pleasing the customer. Of course there is the quality of your services and products you wish to uphold and improve, but in the end, it all trickles down to keeping your customers satisfied. As a result there isn’t a modern company that doesn’t value the importance of customer service and invests time and effort in quality

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    Should you put your customer in control of your communications?

    Although we live in a technological era, modern communications are not about the digital possibilities. Instead, they are all about the customer. Now more than ever he understands that he is in control. He knows that businesses will all but get on their knees for him to rely on their services, buy their products. And keep coming back for more.

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