One of the most important thrusts of that research is around customer expectations. When a customer complains, what do they expect from a brand…and when?
The answers are important, because they help dictate operations policies, staffing, software, and customer retention.
This week, I created a brand-new presentation of this key data. It’s available on Slideshare right now. I encourage you to read and download, as it’s full of interesting points:
5 Social Media Customer Service Stats You Must Know
Here are the five most important findings (although there are a lot more in the research, and in Hug Your Haters)
1. One-third of all customer complaints are never answered, most of them are in social (highlight to tweet)
2. Answering a complaint increases customer advocacy by as much as 25% (highlight to tweet)
3. Not answering a complaint decreases customer advocacy by as much as 50% (highlight to tweet)
4. Forty percent of customers who complain in social expect a response within one hour (highlight to tweet)
5. Sixty-three percent of consumers are satisfied with response time in social media (highlight to tweet)
Several other great stats in the presentation AND three key tips to getting faster in your own company or organization.
Would love your comments and feedback.