A perfect score in customer satisfaction

Posted by Gary Lavin on Oct 9, 2018 8:02:24 AM

Net Promoter Score (NPS) is the global standard for measuring customer satisfaction levels. It goes from negative 100 to positive 100. A positive 100 is the highest score possible. Like Gross Profit or Revenue it has to be quantified by time. Many of our clients can achieve a perfect score for a month but let's look at what's involved in getting a perfect score for a year or longer.

The "How likely are you to recommend our company to a friend or colleague" question is a scale of zero to ten. As some people believe you can always do better and never score anyone a 10, raving fans (Promoters) are therefore people who score you a 9 or 10. People who don't like you and if asked would say negative things about your company (Detractors) are anyone who scores you a 6 or lower. A perfect score means every single response has to be a 9 or 10, no 8s or lower.



The NPS system does not take in to account the number of responses, if a dealer gets 10 responses in a month then statistically the chances of a perfect score are better then a dealer who gets 1,000 responses in a month. CEO Juice does not calculate NPS if there are less than 10 responses in a month.

Last month (August 2018)  we had 34 clients (out of just under 400) who had a perfect score. The number of responses ranged from 11 to 57.

This year to date we have 6 clients with a perfect score! Last year we had 3 clients who had a perfect score for the year.

We have one client who achieved a perfect score for 2 years in a row, they are part of that 6 in the running for a perfect score again in 2018. You can see the scores here, stay tuned to see how the end of year scores look.

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Topics: NPS

Everyone loves a good story, including your buyers

Posted by Gary Lavin on Mar 10, 2018 10:42:06 AM

In the past, copier dealers focused on sales and left marketing to the manufacturers. Buyers now go online to do their research and respond to marketing messages and end up at the websites of the manufacturers and, subsequently, in their databases. Leaving marketing to your manufacturer is the same as sending all your prospects to them or to their locally owned competitor.

It’s time to get focused on sales AND marketing. Any experienced marketing expert knows a good story beats a sales pitch every time, because people love stories - they connect, react, and make purchase decisions because of them. When it comes to structuring stories around your marketing efforts one of the industry experts is Lisa Gerber.

Lisa is offering CEO Juice clients a free one hour webinar on how to add a story to your marketing message.

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CEO Juice user group meeting at EUG 2018

Posted by Gary Lavin on Mar 1, 2018 10:55:00 AM

Click here for a list of processes covered at EUG 2018.

The 2018 eAutomate User Group meeting is on Monday, April 16th through Wednesday, April 18th, 2018, followed by Steering Committee sessions and CEO Juice User Group meeting on Thurs April 19th, at The Sheraton Hotel in Salt Lake City.  The Juice session starts after the steering committee meetings end at 10AM. Click here to register for the EUG. Click here to register for the Juice session. You can come to the Juice session only and not the rest of the EUG.

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Tracking Customer Satisfaction Levels

Posted by Gary Lavin on Nov 29, 2017 9:14:09 AM

Net Promoter Score has become the standard on the planet for any company interested in tracking customer satisfaction levels. Google any major corporation followed by Net Promoter Score and you will find that they are using NPS to some extent. It is a simple metric, a number for how happy you customers are in a given time period. Like revenue or profit it needs a date, what was your NPS for last year or last month. Click here for how the numbers are calculated.

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So you Think Inbound is the Future, What’s Next?

Posted by Suzanne Seavey on Nov 22, 2017 7:47:11 AM

Everyday it seems like there are new software solutions claiming to solve your inbound marketing and sales challenges, and some of them even work. But if your company’s sales are too important to experiment with, you need HubSpot

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HubSpot's In-house Training verses Convergo's HubSpot Office Technology Training

HubSpot has been a new buzzword in the office technology industry for generating leads. But it’s not exactly plug and play. There’s an extensive amount of work that goes into setting HubSpot up and learning how to use it the right way. HubSpot actually requires new customers to go through training and onboarding. You can go through their program (at a cost of $3,000) or a program from a HubSpot Certified Partner. You can’t simply purchase the software… you have to know how to use it.

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ID765 - Request Online Recommendation

Posted by Suzanne Seavey on Nov 6, 2017 3:24:57 PM

Studies like this will show that a Google+ page with positive reviews has a big impact on your page rankings. Said another way, search results for your company will show higher if your company has positive reviews on your Google+ page. This process will help you get positive reviews on your Google+ page.

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Smart Strategies to Promote Your Blog

Posted by Suzanne Seavey on Oct 31, 2017 12:07:12 PM

 If you put in a lot of effort to creating great content— do yourself a favor and share it, re-publish it and pitch it to more places.  Great content should be shared and the best way to do it is to share it in more places. 

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Strategies for getting great content on your website

Posted by Suzanne Seavey on Oct 19, 2017 8:27:09 AM

Many dealers new to the concept of Inbound Marketing struggle trying to decide where to start with content to add to their site. We highly recommend reading “They Ask, You Answer” by Marcus Sheridan.

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Inbound Marketing

Posted by Gary Lavin on Oct 10, 2017 3:45:40 AM

Outbound Marketing is the traditional marketing we have been doing for years, throw stuff out there and see what sticks. Mailshots, TV ads, email blasts, trade shows, telemarketers, down the street cold calling, it's all Outbound.

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Topics: inbound marketing

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