While price will likely be a decision-making factor for consumers, customer care is quickly climbing the ranks. Providing customer service alone isn’t enough. For one, customer service is reactive and the connected consumer expects a rewarding experience at every turn. Secondly, customer care efforts must be proactive to create a loyal customer base. Here’s how to make customer support a top priority and futureproof your brand or business.
It may be time to outsource social customer care. Many companies can’t keep up with social media customer care requests. Or they’re not able to fulfill the online customer service needs they get on a daily basis — even if they’re all positive. Or perhaps you just don’t know the difference between social customer care and social customer service. If this is you, keep reading!
Lately, we’ve been seeing an uptick in clients wanting to hire us using social media for customer care. In our world, that means helping the client fulfill their customer service needs through their social media channels. Because today’s world means you don’t have to dial into a call center. Or email support and wonder when you’ll get a reply. The connected consumer now has a myriad of channels at their disposal when it comes to getting help with their would-be or actual purchase. Is your brand/company prepared to use social media for customer care? Find out; read on!