Category Archives: Customer service
Big brands like Disney, Apple, and Google didn’t gain their loyal followers by accident; they gained and retained their customers’ devotion by mastering their brand identity.
Today we’ll check out an article, a video, and an infographic that will set you on the road to brand mastery. Read on to discover:
- 4 Branding Lessons from Disney
- A 5-Year-Old’s Take on Familiar Logos (video)
- 6 Ways to Attract a Fanatical Brand Following (infographic)
Let’s get started! read more >
I’d like to welcome Andrea Sharaf to the Blogging Bistro team.
Andrea is a freelance writer and editor based in San Francisco, CA. She studied English at Biola University and Oxford University, and she recently earned a certifcate in editing from the UC Berkeley Extension.
Andrea loves helping others communicate their ideas through words. In her spare time, Andrea enjoys trying new recipes, burying her head in a good book, and exploring San Francisco. read more >
I somehow ended up on the mailing list of every PR agency in the United States. And several in Great Britain. And India.
Usually, I instantly delete the myriad of sales pitches I receive daily. But a press release from Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day caught my attention. It opened with the irresistible phrase:
“We’d love to send you a sample.”
Not one to resist free samples — especially when they’re scented candles from one of my favorite companies — I bit.
A few days later, my samples arrived, as promised. I’ve been enjoying the scents of my limited-edition holiday candle tins in Iowa Pine and Orange Clove “flavors.” read more >
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society is a delightful novel, written entirely as a series of letters exchanged between Juliet Ashton and her new friends in Guernsey, immediately following World War II. When Julia introduces herself to the… read more >
I am a news junkie. Reading the daily newspaper borders on an addiction for me.
Two years ago, I did the unthinkable (at least, in my mind). I canceled my subscription to the home-delivered print edition of my daily paper. Instead, I subscribed to the online versions of several newspapers.
As a freelance journalist myself, I felt as if I was somehow betraying my profession by canceling my subscription. But I must admit that opting out was one of the best decisions I’ve made. I now have an extra hour in my day to do things that are, frankly, more important than reading the paper…
“I’m not very social,” confesses David Jones, owner of the Blazing Onion Burger Company. “But when it comes to my business, I’m an extrovert.” A year ago, Jones created a personal Facebook account and began following “the big guys” —… read more >
It’s easy to rant about poor customer service. But today, I want to shine the spotlight on several companies that have recently given me exceptional customer service: Dream Dinners My 17-year-old son and I got up early Saturday morning and… read more >
I stopped by my local florist to place an order. Whipped out my American Express card to pay. The clerk put my card on the counter, stared me in the eye, and asked, “Can you pay with cash or check?… read more >
A new Sports Authority opened in our area. To celebrate their grand opening, they sent us a “Spend $100, get $25 off” coupon. Our sons are embarking on basketball and wrestling season and needed new shoes and equipment, so my… read more >