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Why you need customer service

    • 11 posts
    September 25, 2013 1:53 AM EDT

    Take your customers seriously. Ask your customers for suggestion,if you get any kind of complain against your services or products, note down them and try to improve as per their suggestion. Evaluate the situation clearly before responding. Your customers are the one who can help in getting brand recognition.

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    • 5 posts
    July 31, 2013 8:07 PM EDT

    Why do you need to please your customers? 

    One obvious answer is customer loyalty which is then followed by an established brand reputation that can be translated to profit. 

    According to Lee Resources Inc, 91% of unsatisfied customers will tell 9-15 people about their bad customer experience, and businesses need at least 12 positive experiences in order to make up for one negative experience. These massive figures show how important it is to have quality customer service to retain and acquire customers. 

    In this digital age, there are over 2.7 billion internet users who has access to every social media site where they can reach out their concerns/complaints to brands and to their friends since 90% of consumers trust references from people they know.

    Brand loyalty is the main driver for revenue and profit, thus goes to follow that without customer service then there can never be brand loyalty. CustServ accounts for 72% of what makes consumer loyal to a particular brand next to product quality. 

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    • 10 posts
    January 28, 2014 10:11 PM EST

    Customers should be a #1 priority when it comes to a running a business. And not just good customer service but the best kind of customer service is the unexpected things that you do for a customer. For example, when someone emails a company with a general inquiry they expect to get a reply within a week maybe even two weeks. The unexpected thing to do would be to get that email back asap, within 24 hours or less. That alone would be a reason for someone to keep doing business with you. 

     

    Also, giving a way for customers to give you feedback is a great way to expand your business and increase revenue. Legitimately take the opinions of your customers. At the end of the day it doesn't really matter what you think, it matters what they think. They're the ones purchasing from you. 

     

    Nick

    CEO, RetiredYouth.com


    This post was edited by Stokes at January 28, 2014 10:12 PM EST