• It Pays to Provide Customer Service via Twitter (Report)

      Brands that respond to customer-service inquiries on Twitter benefit from doing so on several levels, according to a study the social network conducted along with Applied Marketing Science. Key findings of the study included: Customers who receive responses when they tweet businesses are willing to spend 3 percent to 20 percent more on average-priced items from those businesses in the future.

      David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Twitter- 9 readers -
  • 6 Key Performance Metrics for Customer Satisfaction

    … was some very angry customers who had to repeatedly call back in order to find a resolution. If you are going to monitor your customer satisfaction with regard to customer service and customer support, here are 6 key performance metrics you should begin measuring now: Hold Time – The amount of time customers spend on hold. Your customer service…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 12 readers -
  • How Facebook, Twitter Updates Improve Customer Service

    … new ways for communicating. Chat bot application-programming interface: In early April, Facebook granted businesses access to its chat bot API, which allows brands to create bots for Messenger. With an increasing number of customers turning to Facebook’s messaging application to engage with brands, these bots allow companies to keep up…

    AllTwitterin Social Facebook Twitter How To's- 16 readers -
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