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Why Customer Satisfaction Still Matters

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Why Customer Satisfaction Still Matters
Kenneth L. Strickland

AMA Marketing Insights

How attitudes, opinions and beliefs come together to form the basis for brand loyalty​.

Perhaps the most disruptive of ideas to hit the market research community in the past several years has been the notion of ditching the long relied upon “customer satisfaction” model that researchers have leaned so heavily upon for years. A wave of recent methodological research has suggested that our five-point, Likert-scaled question “How satisfied were you with your experience?” no longer cuts it. It just doesn’t do an adequate job of predicting future customer spend. This attack has principally been led by proponents of the Net Promoter Score (NPS) method, which argues that it’s not satisfaction that matters, but rather, loyalty.

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