One of the greatest things to provide is empathy-powered communication, helping customers realize that the request for their feedback is of the greatest assistance to your business improvement. There is also the ability to show that you appreciate the needs and values that they place on the market. With answers provided in the surveys and questionnaires given to customers, there is much to see in the social network created, much to learn for the coming leads to be gained, as well as the upcoming products and services that may be needed for sale and distribution to old and new customers.
Customer Satisfaction Index (CSI) campaigns provide a number of important benefits to help maintain business in the coming seasons. While each marketing campaign has a specific goal, it is important to gain information on specific customer response to your products, marketing strategy, customer service, communication and more, in order to help determine what has gone right and what needs to be updated in the coming seasons. In most cases at this time, boat show season has passed for the year and sales are at their peak. Now it is time to find out how your new and returning customers feel about their interactions with your company and whether they will likely refer friends, family, neighbors and other contacts to you.
As mentioned in the previous article, now is prime time to start the follow-up process with all of those leads and customers gained from boat shows and related efforts. The benefits of inquiring on your customers’ satisfaction with their interaction with your brand are clear.
CSI, in this context, stands for Customer Satisfaction Index and describes customer sentiments towards a business they personally interacted with. A CSI Campaign is an effort to discover how your customers feel about their experience with your dealership. The feedback gathered from these campaigns is invaluable as it reveals what your customers might be telling their peers. Positive sentiments reveals what should continue, and negative sentiments shed light on what can be improved upon. Campaigns of this sort are also an opportunity to thank your customers, which can go a long way in promoting a positive customer experience.