Chatwee accounts come with an extensive set of options and features accessible in your Dashboard. What is more, there is a useful page which allows you to see the statistics of your chat widget and take a closer peek at your community. In your Dashboard, in the Analytics tab, you can see information about the chat traffic, users, and messages, among other things. These stats can be useful if you want to assess how engaging your chat is to the users.READ THE FULL ARTICLE
Chatwee has been designed to serve online communities first and foremost. I’ve developed multiple posts available on this blog, discussing the relation between live chat and groups of people frequenting particular websites. At the same time, I haven’t really given much attention to the support role many chat apps play simply because this isn’t our product’s main purpose. That said, I’m about to switch things up and show you how to turn Chatwee into a support chat.READ THE FULL ARTICLE
A quick search online for live chat solutions reveals a myriad of available options. They all possess and share sets of great, useful features to help you reach your goals. The thing is these widgets, for the most part, aren’t autonomous. How well they perform greatly depends on each and every chat operator delegated to work the mouse and the keyboard. What personal traits, then, should a chat operator display, you may ask? Well, you’re just about to find out, read on!
The e-commerce industry continues to gain traction, as more consumers prefer making their purchases online instead of visiting brick-and-mortar stores. In fact, a 2016 survey conducted by PwC, which featured 23,000 participants across 25 countries showed that 54% of consumers buy products online at least once every week or month. Enter live chat!
The provision of customer service is a never-ending saga. Come to think of it, running a business is basically waiting for Murphy’s Law to become effective. I’m obviously not saying this to discourage anyone. You must be well aware of the elephant in the room and realize that at one point or another, something will go wrong with your product or service, and it’s how you tackle the problem that actually defines you. With that being said, let’s take a look at how you can improve customer service with a number of tactics you can start using right away.
How do I make my business different from the competition? How can I grow and innovate? How do I establish better relations with customers and make them come back? How can I gain extra insights and make my operations more effective? These are the questions business owners worldwide ask themselves daily in an attempt to push their organizations to that next level. Obviously, there’s the human factor, where talented individuals are able to lead the charge. There are also various business performance boosting tools, the sheer number of which can make your head spin. In this post, I’d like to focus on one such tool and show how you can address the questions above by implementing live chat support.
Have you ever tried calling a customer service line only to be greeted with a dull ‘Hello, you’ve reached Acme, how can I help you?’? Of course you have. I bet those instances didn’t make you feel very appreciated as a customer – a lesson you might have taken to heart as far as your own business goes. The thing is that the process of communication, business environment being no exception, contains certain intangibles. It’s not only about what you say, but also how you choose to say it. In this post, I’ll focus on using the right tone of voice in customer service and give you a tip on how you can save yourself from sounding like a jerk to your clients. Let’s go!
If building customer loyalty hasn’t been sitting at the top of your business agenda, it’s time to reevaluate things. The good news is you probably already have some enthusiastic users of your product or service. Otherwise, you’d be out of business pretty fast. Now, there are many tactics to make clients stay with you, however, in this post I’ll focus on one particular strategy, that can be implemented by most companies these days. Stay with me to learn how to build customer loyalty using your website.
The growing importance of social media in business is undeniable. Each of the online social platforms offers something unique and holds a huge potential for marketing and advertising to highly targeted groups of potential customers. Venturing into social media, however, doesn’t mean setting up profiles in every medium available. You have to find out where your clients are, in order to focus your marketing efforts. Moreover, you have to be ready to tackle a variety of situations involving your clients. To make your life easier, I’ve covered some of the best social media customer service practices, including examples, in the post below. Stay with me to step your social game up!
Let’s act all grown up for a minute and face the facts. Running a business, it’s impossible to not have to deal with difficult customers at some point in time. As long as there are error-prone humans involved in the commerce, these shouting, whining and complaining beasts aren’t going anywhere. And I don’t mean to discourage you by saying this. I’m sure you’re quite aware of the elephant in the room. In this post, I’d like to discuss actions you can take to make dealing with difficult customers as painless as possible.