The writing blogs on my Hives page, to designing content and building websites. During my study 'Communication' it became clear: I want to work as an online marketer after obtaining my diploma. working in the automotive industry at a brand dealer. Here I was part of a small marketing team, which brought me into contact with many facets of online marketing. For example, I was involved in social media, setting up email campaigns, website optimizations and I used Google Ads to generate sales leads and fill the workplace.
From this position I have worked with various online marketing agencies. In my role as an online marketing consultant at Pure, I will be exploring the depth of the this context you phone number list are the online disciplines. What I really like is that I can now do that for the most diverse industries. I look forward to taking our customers' online marketing to the next level together. In my spare time I like to travel, I enjoy visiting concerts, I put a lot of love in my 'indoor jungle' full of plants and cuttings and I can be found on my racing bike. Far back in time, customer experience was a lot simpler, more direct and above all one-on-one. A lot has changed in the online world and new technologies continue to be developed.
In addition, customer loyalty is more important than ever and can no longer be ignored. But how do you take the right steps in this? In this blog I give 4 tips that can contribute to a good customer experience on the web. 1. Providing a good user experience Nothing is more annoying than a website that loads poorly or has disastrous navigation. So you're out of there quickly. Especially now in the mobile-first era, it is very important to offer (potential) customers an online experience that is as simple as possible and, where possible, to provide them with all the conveniences.