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Top 5 Ways to Increase Customer Value On Social Media

The rise of social media has been a blessing and a curse for businesses. On the one hand, it’s a fantastic tool for reaching prospective customers. On the other hand, it can also be a distraction that causes employees to put their customers’ needs and concerns on the back burner.

To provide good customer care on social platforms, you must practice good social media manners! Here are 5 tips that will help your business stay in touch with its customers:

1. Respond Within 24 Hours:

Responding to messages within 24 hours is a good goal, but it’s not always possible. Try your best to respond as quickly as possible if you can.

Businesses need to respond on social media because it shows that you are listening and caring about their customers’ concerns.

If a customer has a problem with their order or service, responding quickly will help them feel better. About the interaction and make them more likely to come back for future purchases or referrals from friends who were satisfied with the experience they had with your business.

2. Privacy Regarding Messages and Replies:

You are always being watched. Your replies are public; if someone has access to your account, they can see everything you write. If a customer is upset about something you said in their DM or reply, they might use it as ammunition against your company.

Keep it positive! Don’t engage with negative comments or messages from customers who aren’t happy with their experience. You’ll only anger them further by responding personally instead of professionally through social media channels like Twitter and Facebook Messenger.

3. Think First, Then Post:

The first step to providing better customer care on social media is to think about what you are posting. It would help if you considered the reaction of your followers and whether the post will be perceived in a positive light. Your goal should be for all posts to be seen as helpful, not just for one person or even a few specific people.

Think about how this post can help your brand by increasing awareness and sales. Increasing loyalty among existing customers, or showing that you’re listening by responding quickly (within 24 hours). 

4. Prioritize Messages:

Prioritize messages. This is the most important thing you can do and the hardest thing to get right. You want to put your most important messages first in your feed because these are the ones that will keep people coming back for more.

Use filters so that only those messages appear on your feed. If possible, use filters for each platform (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) 

5. Customers Can Privately Contact for Sensitive Information:

You should have a contact form on your social media pages and make sure it’s easy for customers to get in touch with you.

Make sure your contact information is easily accessible. The first step is to have a phone number or email address on the page. If this isn’t possible, consider using a telephone-based service like Skype or Google voice that allows users to call people without calling them directly (and saves money).

Customers must know how and where they can get help from you if they need it. Whether it’s via email or live chat software like Zendesk in addition to the usual social media channels like Facebook Messenger, Twitter DM/Twitter direct messages etcetera.