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.
http://crackthecustomercode.com/episode-019-writing-for-machines-andy-crestodina-and-personalized-robots/“Empathy is the most valuable marketing skill.” @crestodina Click To Tweet
Phil Gerbyshak, Episode 150
http://crackthecustomercode.com/150-phil-gerbyshak-social-connections/On #social, “Be personal and make a person-to-person connection first.” @philgerb Click To Tweet
http://crackthecustomercode.com/096-jay-baer-hug-your-haters/“Where you complain has the biggest impact on what happens next.” @jaybaer Click To Tweet
http://crackthecustomercode.com/084-sylvie-di-giusto-personal-branding-first-impressions/“You never know who you’re going to meet, or who you’re going to be next to…” @Sylvie_diGiusto Click To Tweet
http://crackthecustomercode.com/064-shep-hyken-customer-experience-expert/“The amazing companies are just a little above average—all of the time.” @hyken Click To Tweet
http://crackthecustomercode.com/199-graeme-newell-for-purpose-corporations/“Sure, you make great stuff, but so do 9 other people. I want to see what you stand for.” @gnewell Click To Tweet
http://crackthecustomercode.com/098-brian-solis-where-business-meets-design/“Most execs do not live the brand the way their customers do.” @briansolis Click To Tweet
http://crackthecustomercode.com/180-john-dijulius-the-customer-service-revolution/“It’s not the employee’s responsibility to have a high service aptitude…” @JohnDiJulius Click To Tweet
http://crackthecustomercode.com/164-doug-sandler-nice-guys-finish-first/“You can only be a human being in business. You cannot be a sterile machine…” @djdoug Click To Tweet
http://crackthecustomercode.com/140-bryan-kramer-art-shareology/“It’s OK to automate an outbound message. It’s not OK to automate engagement.” @bryankramer Click To Tweet
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