Five Best Ways To Close The Circle- Following Up With Your Customers

When it comes to interacting with customers, smart reps know that the end of a call is sometimes just the beginning of solving the overall problem.

Call center reps often get a bad reputation for trying to rush the customer off the phone. This is especially true in the case of difficult customers, who can really blindside a rep that isn’t prepared to deal with their vitriol or handle their complaint! Since reps already suffer from the unfair stigma of being unfeeling when it comes to customer complaints, it’s even more important for your reps to close the circle.Continue reading

Fill the Void Left by FAQs with Chat Support

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) are useful. They are placed strategically on websites to address common issues faced by customers. However, sometimes there are certain questions that simply cannot be addressed by FAQs. ‘Will this motorcycle run well on roads in Nevada?’ or ‘What will happen if my laptop falls from my 4-feet high study table. Will I get replacement in case of damage?’ Such personal and multi-logical questions simply cannot be answered proactively in FAQs.Continue reading