We’ve all been in a situation where there does not seem to be much of a conversation when it comes to customer service; rather, a it is a dialog that seems to be on autopilot and leaves the customer frustrated rather than have the issue resolved.
Imagine a situation where food has been ordered, the delivery boy delivers the food and asks the customer whether or not, he/she enjoyed the food. Yes, certainly the customer would not be in a position to answer the question since he/she has not even tasted the food. At the most the customer can comment upon the packaging of the food or delivery time or the way the food was served. But that would certainly not help the company understand whether the food supplied to the customer was up to his taste and met his expectations.
Social media today has gained an extremely powerful and wide reach, worldwide. This fact is well-recognized. It has gone way beyond just connecting long-lost friends, sharing pictures/videos and knowing new people. Today, this incredibly useful means is also being utilized for its immense customer care potential. It’s time to make the best use of this promising platform to reach out to existing and potential customers, to attract them, satisfy their queries and address their complaints, among a lot more.
For online retailers, customer service can be a huge differentiator, and a secret weapon for customer advocacy. Customer expectations today are higher than ever, and the customer support training, resources, and investment required of today’s leading retailers can make the challenge of creating amazing customer care experiences seem insurmountable.
It’s that time of year again - time to map out your budget for industry conferences and events. Conferences have huge value for brands looking to learn, network, and even find their next strategic partner. We’ve made it easy for you to check this off your list with our Big List of Customer Care Events and Conferences.
For some online retailers, the holiday season can make up 40% of their annual revenue. Naturally, a large portion of sales are concentrated on spending holidays like Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and Green Tuesday.
For some online retailers, the holiday season can make up 40% of their annual revenue. Naturally, a large portion of sales are concentrated on spending holidays like Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and Green Tuesday. On aggregate, Vcare retailers saw their best holiday season ever, thanks in part to the world-class service and support their customers received. Clients met all of their customer care goals, even on the busiest shopping days of the year.