Customer Care

  • Why Customer Service Matters and How to Improve It

    … the value of customer service. 89% of them perceive customer service as being essential to their organizations. The Consequences of Customer Service I’ve spent a lot of time flying on various airlines over the past two years. Several stand out in my mind as treating their customers either poorly or extremely well. One of them is Frontier Airlines. While…

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  • 5 Genuine Reasons Your Business Is Losing Clients

    …-there’s no telling. However, the saying “prevention is better than cure” is fitting for this type of situation. In the hope of preventing your customers from leaving, let’s look at five potential scenarios to determine if you’re at risk of losing clients. 1. You Fail to Demonstrate Real-World Benefits If you fail to demonstrate the real-world…

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  • 3 Business tips to make the second half of your 2016 count

    …) customers to drive sales. Tools change with time and can become useless, but value never goes out of business, only the delivery changes. Always remember the business you are REALLY in. Conclusion The second half of the year can be an ‘Ode to Joy’ for both yourself and your wallet. What seldom-heard tip can you share? Mars Dorian draws funky…

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  • Social Listening Is Key, but What Should Brands Be Listening for?

    … by audience. Integrations: a key step for success is to tie social feedback to non-social data and make sure that social media does not live in its own silo. Integrations could be with your customer-relationship-management and sales tools, your business intelligence platform, your customer-care platforms or other social marketing platforms. Once siloed…

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  • Your Customer Care Is Your Brand

    … of the brand. Hence, the title of this blog post: Your customer care is your brand. Marketing in 2016 is more interdisciplinary than ever. The best marketers are spending a huge amount of their time collaborating with their customer care teams. Without customer care, your marketing will get left behind. All of this leads me to my latest guest blog post…

    Ian Lopuch/ PPC Ianin Paid Search- 5 readers -
  • How to Handle Customer Complaints Via Social Media

    …. In fact, when you don’t have the answer, referring your customers to an external resource or even another company’s product or service is actually a good thing. Rather than reduce trust, this actually increases it. Your customers will appreciate that you’ve gone the extra mile to help solve their problem. For example, a Gaylord Opryland hotel customer…

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  • Ninja Outreach Helps Companies Provide Quality Customer Care

    … is that you are building the skills necessary to 1) attract new clients; and 2) retain new clients. You are using the tools available to you (like Ninja Outreach) and you are developing the skills and headed toward that 10,000-hour mark where you are a master at attracting and retaining. Are you ready to master that skill set and succeed in life? The post Ninja Outreach Helps Companies Provide Quality Customer Care appeared first on Growmap. …

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