What Is Customer Experience?

Customer experience (or CX for short) is the experience that people have with your brand.

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What Is Customer Experience?

As a website design agency, we talk a lot about customer experience, but you might not be familiar with this term. So let’s break down what your customer experience is and how you can use it to the advantage of your sales and marketing. 

Customer experience (or CX for short) is the experience that people have with your brand. Your customer experience starts with being unaware that a specific customer is vetting your company through your website and social media to the final invoice payment and customer off-boarding. It continues from there as you add value for your customers after they have off-boarded. 

As your website development agency, we understand just how important your customer experience is both as our customer and for your own customers. That’s why we do everything we can to make sure that we are creating the best possible experience for you and helping you do the same for your customers. Our customer experience starts from our first call with you and continues as you sign on as a customer of our website design agency. From the very first call we want to make sure that you feel comfortable working with us. That you feel confident and excited about what we are going to accomplish together. As a website development agency that creates websites with a production time ranging from 2 - 6 months, we know there is a potential for buyers remorse. We find that this is reduced, if not eliminated entirely, by creating the best possible experience for you as our customer.

Once we are in the website design and website development process - it’s all about helping you create the best possible customer experience for your customers.


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