Who Are Your First Responders for Customer Care? The term “first responder” has gained a high-level of respect. It doesn’t single out a particular type of public servant. Instead, it is all-inclusive of those who are most likely to be the first on the scene of an emergency. In some instances, the first response comes … Continue reading June 20 – Who Are Your First Responders for Customer Care?
The Age of Going Viral – The Good and the Very, Very Bad With all the coverage of the coronavirus, it got me thinking about viruses and how easily they spread. There is nothing systematic about the spread of a virus, especially when it can be spread through the air. You don’t know who might … Continue reading March – The Age of Going Viral – The Good and the Very, Very Bad
What Happens When a Customer’s Request or Complaint Is Ignored? Speed and convenience are both highly valued by today’s consumers. We want it fast, and we want it easy. In 2011, Oracle reported that 50 percent of consumers gave a brand just one week to respond to an inquiry before they stop doing business with … Continue reading Are Customer Service Response Rates Hurting Your Business
Survey Fatigue - It's Real It's something everyone can relate to - SURVEY REQUESTS. It's impossible to avoid them. Whether you do business in person or online, survey requests are inescapable. They clutter receipts, flood inboxes, and popup on websites. Even routine doctor visits are followed up with a request to fill out a survey. Intense competition across all … Continue reading The diminishing value of Customer Surveys -Survey Fatigue – It’s Real