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BizReport | Mobile Marketing May 27, 2015

Study: Consumers text for customer support

Consumers are turning to social media, email and online chat for customer support, but one new report indicates they're also turning back to something: texting. According to new data out from OpenMarket and Zipwhip mobile messaging is becoming a go-to... >>

BizReport | Blogs & Content archives August 20, 2014

Survey: Customer service/support high on brands' focus list

There is an old customer service saying that goes, 'the customer is always right'. According to new data out from SAP and The Service Council (TSC) customers' needs are more important than ever as brands are now focusing on service... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce archives July 29, 2014

UK businesses failing to consistently and effectively employ social for customer support

While traditional forms of communication continue to play a major role in the customer experience, people now expect to be able to use multiple channels as they switch between devices and locations. However, as a new report from Webhelp UK... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce archives January 20, 2014

Websites without live chat are like stores with no sales assistants

In their fifth, and final, Live Chat Effectiveness report, LogMeIn reveals that live chat is effective in driving sales among mobile shoppers yet very few UK retailers offer their mobile customers a live chat option.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce archives November 04, 2009

Five ways to grease the checkout funnel

Online shopping is supposed to be a stressless activity. Consumers enjoy browsing for products and comparing prices from the comfort of home. But, sometimes, that final stretch - actually making a purchase - can turn a relaxing activity into an... >>

BizReport | Research archives October 19, 2007

Website usability slips for U.K. high street brands

Over half of the U.K.’s major high street brands are offering a poorer standard of online customer service, found usability consultancy Webcredible. ... >>

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