Facebook seems to be once again pushing users to check out the email addresses it handed out a long time ago. In the Contact Info section of your Facebook profile, you might be surprised to find that...
Social media continues to change the landscape of retail and how brands and customers engage with one another. With social media has come a shift in what customers expect from brands – responsiveness...
Over the past decade I've been fortunate to following the comings and goings of some of Silicon Valley's greatest leaders. I arrived here in 2002, when the party was over and the clean-up crew was still hard at work.
Social media has allowed companies to become more responsive than ever before. Today’s infographic Social Customer Service: The Next Competitive Battleground shows us that companies are responding quicker than ever to their customers complaints. In fact about 84% of social media use is geared towards improving customer service.
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