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There is one channel where speed counts the most – Social Media

Posted by Marine Dealer Solutions on Jan 15, 2018 3:15:00 PM

While there has been much to consider with the caution and care of the customer, working closely for quality and never speeding ahead of the process to make sure that customer support is handled efficiently, there is in fact one place where customers expect a speedy response. Think about the overall communications that are sent on social media channels, primarily those like Facebook and Twitter. They are primarily considered to be more of a personal and social form of communication, and the response is an immediate and personal response, not necessarily one that is thoughtful and investigated for the quality of the information at hand. It is important to many social media visitors to at least see the initial response that states there is an answer coming, even if the final one is not received immediately.

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Speed is not the most important thing in customer support – Empathy is

Posted by Marine Dealer Solutions on Jan 9, 2018 2:15:00 PM

Sometimes we get so caught up in the “do” factor of customer support, that the numbers and statistics become the most important factor. In the same way our customers then turn into people whose feelings and responses are no longer valid. This can be a slippery slope that leaves you and your team wondering why your efforts are generating adverse effects. Rather than having only a rigid protocol for your customer service techs to adhere to, allow some flexibility that is geared towards understanding and caring for the customer’s needs. Empathy is key. When communication is positive and truly supportive, there are better odds of receiving positive customer reviews. As we now know, positive reviews lead to consumer confidence in working with your dealership, increased traffic, and ultimately more revenue.

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If You Don’t Deliver Great Support, Customers will Leave

Posted by Marine Dealer Solutions on Jan 1, 2018 1:08:00 PM

We have been discussing the positive effects of customer service, at all times in the process of sales. It is wise to treat your customers with quality service even before they have made their initial purchase, especially considering the likelihood that the mention of your quality service from another customer is what brought them to you in the first place. There is definitely the need to provide overall incredible customer support for those who return with questions and additional servicing needs as well. Customer reviews and feedback spread out the positive reputation of your business based most importantly upon your customer support that they appreciate so much.

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Customers Will Pay More for Better Customer Service

Posted by Marine Dealer Solutions on Dec 28, 2017 2:08:00 PM

Some studies have in fact come to show that customers are willing to pay more for better customer service. This means that quality customer service is no longer a follow-up and long-term relationship feature, but a front-end selling point that will help you stand out from the competitor. In fact, it has been stated by the customers themselves that this is in fact one of their key research points in the buying process, whether it is an initial purchase or returning occurrence.

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Customer retention is the best way to boost your bottom line.

Posted by Marine Dealer Solutions on Dec 18, 2017 4:51:00 PM

You may notice that lately we have been discussing the value of customer service and the importance of keeping existing customers happy. With the knowledge that those happy customers will remain loyal, will keep in touch and will spread the positive word of your business to their friends and family, the retention of those customers has proven in many studies to be the best way to improve business and profits combined.

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Making existing customers happy can help you sell more than finding new customers.

Posted by Marine Dealer Solutions on Dec 12, 2017 1:01:00 PM

We consistently mention the importance of good customer service as the ideal function to keeping existing customers happy, spreading the word of your positive business to others, as well as the potential for more sales.

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One unhappy customer often means there are many more.

Posted by Marine Dealer Solutions on Dec 5, 2017 3:40:00 PM



We have recently discussed the most frequent presence of marketing and promotion and that is word of mouth. We know that happy customers are likely to spread the word to their friends and family of how happy they are with your business. Now, there is the question of how many existing and former customers are out there with an unhappy memory of working with your company, either in a purchase, customer service or other way.

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