Mapping Customer Experiences

Jewelry customer journey mapping is a process of tracking and describing all the experiences that customers are exposed to as they encounter a service or set of services. The value to jewelry marketers can be a new found appreciation and awareness of what is actually happening to customers and how customers are responding to their experiences. Customer journey mapping can help jewelry marketers reveal potential improvement opportunities and identify new approaches to innovate experience delivery. This is a strategic tool that can help jewelry marketers ensure every interaction with customers are as positive as they might be.Mapping jewelry customer experiences is a qualitative approach that helps marketers focus on the emotional insights of a customer. It enables marketers to comprehend how a customer my might tell their story and involves both staff and customers. Mapping the steps in a process and identifying where to act to make a customer experience as easy, pleasant and efficient as possible can pay big dividends in customer satisfaction, customer loyalty and customer retention. Consider how you might map the experiences of customers and how this information can better represent the perceptions of customers. How might you compare customer perceptions of experiences with current processes and procedures to help identify priority actions? Customer experiences can be quantified to help marketers more objectively review how many people are affected and at what cost. Consider the enhanced understanding one might gain by mapping and recording customer experiences.
Many companies give lip service to the notion of being customer focused. Customer journey mapping is a proactive approach to being customer focused.

Customer journey mapping is a key tool that can enable a jewelry company to truly become customer oriented. Understanding customer touch points will help companies identify where improvements can be made. Start by identifying every step a customer takes in order to reach their goal. Then view the process from the customers’ perspective compared to how company employees describe each step and their impressions of customer experiences. How customers might have different perceptions from those of management and front line employees? How might how a better understanding of gaps in customer experience help improve customer satisfaction, customer loyalty and customer retention? Consider how mapping customer experiences may create more productive opportunities for front line employees to share their experiences while servicing customers and more factually report actual customer feedback.