Collaboratively Building the Customer Experience Web: The Example of Wikipedia
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Since the invention of the Internet, search engines have evolved to be not more than global web address books. In essence, Google Search is a high quality, fast, and digital "Yellow Pages" directory ...
Since the invention of the Internet, search engines have evolved to be not more than global web address books. In essence, Google Search is a high quality, fast, and digital "Yellow Pages" directory of web addresses. Search engines including those of Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft hardly help people to make better and faster decisions especially when buying items or faced with alternatives. The Customer Experience Web (CEW) could change all that.
The CEW is conceived to be an online repository of customer experiences on everything: products, services, businesses, places, people, and tools. The ultimate goal is that every object in the world will have customer experience maps in the CEW. These customer experience maps will be co-created by people in all parts of the world and in their own time and for their own items of passion.
This presentation shows a sample of co-created customer experience maps for the item of "Wikipedia." The presented maps summarize the results of a recent Wisdomsourcing Survey in a community of over 200 professionals from 33 countries all over the world. In other words, the customer experience maps were co-created or 'crowdsourced' by the Wisdomsourcing community. This Wisdomsourcing Project marks the start of the Customer Experience Web.
Welcome to the age of the "decision-making engine."
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