I’m willing to bet that if I told you I had a way to predict the next big thing your customers want before your competition does, you’d sign a blank check for that ability. Because you know innovation is just that important. Whether it’s the next hottest video game, or a new snack item, companies stand to make – or lose – millions when trying to find their next innovative idea. Continue reading →
When you think of search engine optimization (SEO), chances are optimizing a forum is not the first thing that comes to mind. Indeed, most SEO strategies are aimed at increasing website page ranking. However, many of these practices (and a few new ones) can aid to increase the visibility and success of your forum. Continue reading →
… or, how to make your customers happy by letting them talk to each other
Customer-driven online forums and other forms of customer support communities are nothing new. It’s a successful strategy that’s been around for years, and there’s a good reason why: because a properly executed, self-serve support option not only emboldens a company’s brand, but it also leads to better revenues and customer retention. Continue reading →
Sneaky headline alert: I don’t think customer support is a waste of time. I just think there are plenty of businesses out there who are spending way more time on it than they should.
A few weeks ago, I wrote a post on ticket deflection. To briefly recap that post, ticket deflection is a means or method companies use to cut down on person to person support time. This practice not only saves businesses time and money but drastically benefits customers as well. Continue reading →