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Use "Sprinkles" to Keep Customers Loyal

Author Chip R. Bell offers useful tips on creating memorable customer interactions.

(Boonton, NJ, March 31, 2015) — The personal touches that a customer service representative adds to his or her interactions with customers are what Chip R. Bell refers to as "sprinkles." And they are what customers typically remember about an interaction and what encourages them to come back to your company the next time.

"While customers value effortless service that is free of glitches, hassles, and delay," says Bell, "it is the emotional connection that they are going to remember and which will bring them back."

In this month’s issue of our print newsletter The Customer Communicator, Bell, a consultant and author of Sprinkles: Creating Awesome Experiences Through Innovative Service, shares techniques for making those all important connections.

Ask about the weather, about the local sports franchise, or about how they are using a particular product — whatever makes sense to make the connection, to make the experience stand out, and to build that sense of loyalty in the customer.

"Efficiency might bring customers in," says Bell, "but it will be the sprinkles like, ‘How about those Cowboys!’ that bring them back."

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