Social media
  • Social media

    • The most critical Key Performance Indicator (KPI) in social media customer service

      Customers fire up Facebook and Twitter to sound off on problems they're facing right now — and they want a quick answer to match. That's why time-sensitive KPIs have become key metrics for many companies providing social media support.

      65% of social media users prefer this channel to the traditional contact centers

      A tremendous customer service opportunity has emerged with the adoption of social media by consumers and the ability for companies to effectively listen to and track conversations about their brands. At TELUS International Europe we call this activity “social care,” and it’s defined as the efforts employees make through social media to care for customers.

      Support on mobiles is what your customer needs

      Multichannel solutions have grown increasingly mobile and consumers have begun to use their cell phones for almost everything. Should a customer want to contact a company or get any sort of information, they have the world at their fingertips.

      Switching from phone calls to Twitter: social media for customer service

      A new era is upon us. More than ever, customers are using social media for customer service. When they reach for their phone, they are as likely to tweet as call customer service. This presents a new set of rules and an entirely new way to approach customer care: faster, more public, and much more personal.

      8 metrics that matter: How to measure customer service on social media?

      Social media is transforming customer service. In the past 30 years customer service channels have moved swiftly from letter, through telephone, to email, webchat, and now social media. Companies have struggled to keep up with the emergence of this new multichannel world: in 2012 Oracle reported that 46% of online customers expect brands to provide customer service on Facebook, but only 23% were providing it.

      Omni-channel customer care – what customers expect from you?

      The customer of 2015 demands 24/7/365 support and expects it anytime, anywhere and from any device. This generation of shoppers simply wants service their way. They expect companies to solve problems quickly and they expect to enjoy themselves while they are doing it. The days of waiting patiently in line are long gone.

      Defining Social Media Monitoring and how it works

      When it comes to social media, companies have become not only more visible than ever before, but also more vulnerable. One single negative mention online can pose a real threat to a company since it can quickly escalate to millions of views, comments, likes, shares and tweets.

      Can’t Keep Up? 8 Ways to Keep an Eye on your Social Care Program

      Once committed to social care, organizations often struggle with handling volume. The magnitude of conversations can seem overwhelming, but in reality, not all social conversations require a response.

      What Apple, HP and Best Buy Can Teach Us about Social Care

      Social customer service is rapidly becoming the new, critical channel to drive satisfaction and loyalty. Our colleagues from TELUS International call this activity “social care” and it’s defined as the efforts employees make through social media to care for customers. In this post we offer you some of the social care best practices of Apple, HP and Best Buy.

      8 Key Metrics for Running an Effective Social Care Program

      Social customer service is rapidly becoming the new, critical channel to drive satisfaction and loyalty. Almost all organizations, however, struggle with measuring the impact of social customer service on important business metrics. In this post we will point your attention to a framework of 8 metrics measuring the effectiveness of your social care program.

      Why Social Media is Important Customer Service Channel?

      “Social care” is defined as the efforts employees make through social media to care for customers. Social customer service is rapidly becoming the new, critical channel to drive satisfaction and loyalty.

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