3 Ways the ‘Cruise Ship’ Model Invites Your Audience Aboard

3 Ways the ‘Cruise Ship’ Model Invites Your Audience Aboard

3 Ways the ‘Cruise Ship’ Model Invites Your Audience Aboard. Provide top-notch customer service When we arrived on board, we had so many questions. We didn’t feel like customers. Make sure your customers know that you’re available to help if they ever need anything. Offer a variety of content From the moment we woke up to the time we went to bed, there was never a dull moment. No, I would have felt a little bit out of place in that room. You better believe that if the cruise line only had fast-food, we wouldn’t have been excited for each and every meal. Instead, due to the high quality, we found ourselves daydreaming from time to time about our next meal. That can be the experience your audience has when you consistently create excellent content. The cruise line now has two recurring customers because of their excellent service, abundance of activities, and delicious meals.

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Recently, my wife and I went on our first cruise.

Even though we didn’t have an inkling of what to expect, we now have what we’re calling “Cruise Fever.” We plan on being repeat customers for the same cruise line — and wouldn’t even consider another.

Why?

It’s all due to the completely satisfying experience we had from the moment we stepped foot on the ship to our final moment aboard. The cruise line earned our loyalty by instantly pulling us in and retaining our attention in unique and entrancing ways.

Here’s how you can use the “cruise ship” model to help build your own loyal audience.

1. Provide top-notch customer service

When we arrived on board, we had so many questions.

  • Where is our room?
  • When do we eat, and what meals are included?
  • Where is the pool?
  • What should we do if there is some sort of emergency?

The cruise line understood that most people were going to have those questions, and they used that foresight to create an easy-to-read, but comprehensive, information packet.

But that was just the first day.

For the remainder of our trip, the cruise line continued its excellent customer service with friendly faces and warm smiles. They made us feel at home for the duration of our time with them.

We didn’t feel like customers. We felt like family.

If we ever needed something, we felt more than welcome to ask for it. Whether we were poolside, in our stateroom, or at the bar, the staff was polite and professional … without feeling “corporate.”

You should also anticipate the questions your audience and customers are going to have. By doing so, you can address them from the get-go and reduce any uncertainty first-time visitors to your site may have … which ultimately…

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