Naked Conversations: Why Support Matters

Naked Conversations: Why Support Matters
Shel Israel continues to confirm that customer support should be marketing driven and not regarded as just another cost of doing business:

“I go so far as to believe support should be a part of an enterprise marketing organization. It should not be treated as an ROI-depleting expense, but an opportunity to generate word-of-mouth marketing champions. For me this is an issue of emerging passion. In a world where companies and customers are having fewer and fewer face-to-face or voice-to-voice encounters, the imprint of the support line conversation is eclipsing the 30-second spot, the full-page ad and the ten city media tour in terms of perceptions and brand.”

Author: David Churbuck

Cape Codder with an itch to write

0 thoughts on “Naked Conversations: Why Support Matters”

  1. Yes, your customer service reps whether they are in a retail store or on the phone, are the voice of the company. We should never take them for granted and view them as a cost center. They are not. They are the last line of defense in customer defections. If the upfront advertising or the product was perfect, there wouldn’t be any complaints.



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