Imagine this: your customer leaves your business and has a poor experience. Instead of telling your staff, she tells her friends on Twitter.
Satisfied Customers Are Killing Your Business
People talk about the importance of customer service all the time, yet few companies are recognized for doing it well and even fewer are willing to change their approach to get the desired result
How to Handle Customer Complaints at Your Restaurant
While you can’t completely stop complaints from happening, you can do your best to handle them appropriately and professionally. Easier said than done, yes, but few tweaks here and there and you’ll be customer-complaint-handler in no time!
Resolve Customer Service Complaints Quickly
Do you spend more time than you would like on the phone dealing with bad customer service? Smart companies should realize that if they waste their customers’ time, they will eventually lose those customers.
Social Media is Changing the Game
The results of the 2014 State of Multichannel Customer Service Survey have been released. The same parameters of time and speed-of-answer are still prominent. The survey sampled responses of 1,000 U.S consumers and noted the following statistics which are consistent with past data:
No one goes into a business deal expecting troubles, but troubles can come up. Make sure you fully understand the situation before you sign the contract.
Are You Responding to Social Media Complaints?
Is your company or nonprofit responding to complaints people make using social media? If not, it’s part of the 50% of brands without an effective strategy to manage potentially damaging social commentary. Oh-oh.
Developing a World-Class Brand
If you have a world-class brand, are you showing world-class quality at every turn? Is your brand involved in on-going training? It’s not just about customer service and brand awareness. It’s not that everyone knows your brand, it’s what their perception of your brand is.
How the Right Customer Service Can Boost Your Customer Following
While working to entice new customers is important, it is far less expensive to retain current ones. Great customer service is a sure-fire way to earn customer referrals, which will in turn go the extra mile towards building your commercial rep.
An Update on Customer Rage
The WP Carey School of Business at Arizona State University has published the 2013 update of the customer rage study. The 2013 version is the sixth study wave. A general conclusion from the study is that if a company handles a complaint well, the customer is more likely to become loyal.