Customer Advocacy: Creating the Means to Act

The foundation of customer advocacy is knowing your customers. What they need, expect and experience. But that knowledge won’t get you far without the means to act. I explore what that requires in the video below, part of the Lynda.com course Customer Advocacy.

Creating the means to act from Customer Advocacy by Brad Cleveland

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