So we wanted to share some ways your business can use 800response to generate more sales in the new year. Here are five simple tricks to attracting new customers in 2022.
To have a successful business, it is imperative that you give people an easy way to contact your business immediately after hearing your commercial or seeing your ad. The best way to do this is with a toll-free vanity number. Initiating a phone call with a memorable number means you are one step closer to a sale. … Read more »
It’s no secret that customer service and the customer experience are now the key differentiators between competing businesses. That’s why companies spend a lot of money on gathering customer data. But the most successful companies know how to use that data to ensure customer satisfaction and understand what motivates their customers.
Kohler is a good example of a company that used customer insights to better understand their customers and give them what they want. Not only did this help Kohler provide better customer service; it also gave them an opportunity to capitalize on the insights they gained to help grow their business…. Read more »
Recently, we discussed call tracking metrics, and which ones you should be using in your campaigns. For many marketing managers (or VPs of Marketing, Marketing Directors, etc), any insight into what will ultimately be a successful marketing/advertising/promotions campaign is critical. Now it’s time to get a little more granular with the planning stage.
Call volume trends and consumer profiles can provide useful insights if you know what to look for. Here are a few trends to watch and how they can help you improve marketing campaigns:… Read more »
Employee-customer interactions are a key part of a business’s success, particularly over-the-phone interactions. These conversations can have a profound impact on the customer experience. That’s why many businesses use call recording and speech analytics tools to enhance quality management.
But how a person says something can be just as important as what was said in the conversation. Many of us have heard someone say one thing, but the person’s tone of voice indicated something entirely different. That’s why analyzing customer tone during phone conversations is a crucial part of creating an exceptional customer experience. A sentiment analytics solution helps improve quality management in the following ways: … Read more »
800response has helped our customers meet these challenges using the call routing services that we have offered for years. From rerouting calls to remote agents to anticipating customer concerns, we’re helping businesses like yours adjust to the shifting landscape of COVID-19.
Here are three ways call routing can work for you while you and your employees work from home.
While there are various advanced routing tools to direct your incoming calls to different store locations, you can also route them to other locations in any manner you choose. You can have the call ring to the agents in a round-robin fashion, route all calls to ring to a single agent, or prompt callers with a message that allows them to select the right person for the call. So rather than changing your tracking numbers, you just have to decide how you want to reroute those calls…. Read more »
Speech to text transcription converts audio to text so that managers can quickly scan the calls instead of listening to the entire recording. Searchable call transcriptions make it even easier to monitor calls for quality. Managers can search all calls for specific words and phrases within a determined date range. This is far more accurate and efficient than manual call monitoring. … Read more »
We all know that an unforgettable vanity 800 number is a great call-to-action for businesses to attain more quality incoming leads. But once those calls start coming in, then what? The phone ringing is always a welcome sound, but it’s just the first step. What businesses must focus on next is making sure those calls lead to a satisfying conclusion – for both themselves and the caller.
However, businesses may find themselves struggling to get the results they want from their incoming phone leads. Whether it’s difficulty closing a sale, or even just convincing a prospective customer to come on site, it can be extremely frustrating to hang up the phone and not be able to figure out what went wrong. And even with call recording allowing businesses to listen to the conversations to glean information, it can be a very time-consuming (and not always accurate) process…. Read more »
Despite the growing number of brick-and-mortar locations and the rising prevalence of online portals, phone calls remain the most prevalent mode of interaction between a customer and a company. Customers place thousands of calls to companies on a daily basis, placing orders, asking questions and seeking services.
For companies, these one-on-one interactions with the customer are incredibly important. Not only do they allow the company a chance to build a relationship with the customer, but these phone-based customer interactions also provide the company with insights into their customers’ lives and interests…. Read more »
Our sister company, CallFinder, recently made a suite of resources available to businesses that are looking to extract customer insights from their recorded calls with customers, allowing them to gain the data and knowledge they need to improve voice of customer analytics programs, and improve their operations and efficiency.
CallFinder is making their suite of free white papers available to guide businesses in using cloud-based call recording and speech analytics technology, also known as audio mining, to help them identify why customers call their business, what makes them satisfied, and what causes dissatisfaction…. Read more »
In the words of Johnny Mercer and The Pied Pipers…”you gotta, accentuate the positive, eliminate the negative.” We’ll skip over the part where he sings “don’t mess with Mr. In Between” because when dealing with analysis of the conversations taking place between your employees and your customers, it is essential to mess with the in between as well, meaning all recorded phone calls.
Speech Analytics technology has been around for several years now, though businesses are still slowly gravitating to the automated solution for analyzing business calls. For many years, and still to a pretty big degree, call centers – internal our outsourced – have been analyzing calls manually by listening in and analyzing their real-time, and in some cases recorded, conversations with their customers. And while we’re all aware that call center conversations are monitored for quality purposes, speech analytics will take a conversation and analyze it through software; therefore automatically and in real-time…. Read more »