It has been an exciting time for our customer service and customer experience podcast, Crack the Customer Code. We recently crossed the 200 episode threshold, hit #4 in the business category on Overcast.fm, and doubled our listenership in the last month.
We’ve had some fantastic discussions and amazing guests, and I thought this would be a great time to look back at few of the lessons from the first 200 episodes.
Here are some tweetable, customer service lessons from just a few of the amazing podcast guests we’ve had on Crack the Customer Code.
“Empathy is the most valuable marketing skill.” @crestodina Click To Tweet
Robert Scoble, Episode 174
On #AR, “You can wait, or you can get in now and do it at a comfortable pace…” @scobleizer Click To Tweet
“Where you complain has the biggest impact on what happens next.” @jaybaer Click To Tweet
“You never know who you’re going to meet, or who you’re going to be next to…” @Sylvie_diGiusto Click To Tweet
“The amazing companies are just a little above average—all of the time.” @hyken Click To Tweet
“Sure, you make great stuff, but so do 9 other people. I want to see what you stand for.” @gnewell Click To Tweet
“Most execs do not live the brand the way their customers do.” @briansolis Click To Tweet
“It’s not the employee’s responsibility to have a high service aptitude…” @JohnDiJulius Click To Tweet
“You can only be a human being in business. You cannot be a sterile machine…” @djdoug Click To Tweet
“It’s OK to automate an outbound message. It’s not OK to automate engagement.” @bryankramer Click To Tweet
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What’s the best way?
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Of course, you can always find Crack the Customer Code on iTunes, but I think once you try Overcast, you’ll really like it.
By Adam Toporek. Adam Toporek is an internationally recognized customer service expert, keynote speaker, and workshop leader. He is the author of Be Your Customer's Hero: Real-World Tips & Techniques for the Service Front Lines (2015), as well as the founder of the popular Customers That Stick® blog and co-host of the Crack the Customer Code podcast.