How Zendesk customers benefit from self-service
For a deeper dive into the benefits of customers helping themselves, we highlighted five of our customers and their use cases related to self-service
How’s your first reply time? Not fast enough.
Deceptively simple, vastly important, and full of hidden pitfalls, first reply time is a tricky member of the support metrics family
Relate Live: Transform your team, tech, and CX
Whatever it is you hope to rework—or dare we say transform?—there’s something for you at Relate Live
Save the day with a churn survey
A churn survey is a great way to learn why a customer left you, and what you can do prevent further churn
Prepare for the future with these 4 CX strategies
The technologies needed to create personalized experiences at scale will advance rapidly in the next five years
6 Benchmarking best practices
Benchmarking done right is much more than a casual, anecdotal look at the competition. Here are some benchmarking best practices
Customize your CSAT survey
The simplicity of the CSAT survey lends itself to analyzing trends in satisfaction. Companies that focus on improving their scores have a competitive boost
The voice of the customer is key to your success
The complaints may vary but often the ire has one thing in common: Why didn’t you ask your customers what they wanted?
The importance of benchmarking customer service
Regularly benchmarking your performance against peers is essential to maintaining a competitive edge
How to get customer feedback: 3 methods
The first step towards understanding how to get customer feedback is to know the 3 different types
Make self-service easy with the Web Widget
Most customers would rather not call support if they don't have to. Learn how to make it easy for them to find what they need
Agents need context to give personalized support
By taking this time to prepare ahead, the agent is better equipped to address a potential issue and the consumer also feels taken care of
Knowledge management is power—and empowering
Implementing self-serve knowledge bases is one thing. But how do you take knowledge management a step further: by empowering both customers and agents?
Meet multichannel demands with agile QA
As the communication between customer and agent has become more multifaceted, an agile QA approach must evolve to reflect this complexity
Grow the bottom line by building trust
Customers expect a certain level of transparency when they submit questions, but for growing a company, providing reliable and consistent service can be difficult
The consequences of bad customer service
Customer experience, or CX, goes hand in hand with customer service. In the end, transforming customer service helps businesses deliver great experiences, according to the updated findings.
Fantastic voyage: Customer journey mapping is well worth the effort
The path a customer takes from Point A to Point B is a key source of truth in determining what they loved, what they hated, or where they got stuck. Learn why it's wise to walk a mile in their shoes.
FAQ-page design: Be savvy about self-service
With DIY on the rise, customers will greet a well-designed FAQ page as a useful tool—and a welcome relief.
How video can enhance self-service
The human brain processes video at astounding speeds. Try using it in your support pages.
A customer experience definition
Some companies struggle with agreeing on a customer experience definition. But actually delivering a great one is truly the difficult part.
Are proactive chat scripts the answer?
How your agents handle the delicate back and forth of a live chat conversation matters. Some may say proactive chat scripts are the answer. But are they?
Let customers choose your business hours
So how do you pull off delivering 24/7 business hours? By being smart humans and using technology wisely
Improve your support tickets with video
A well-done, just-the-right-length how-to video can yield big relief at one more problem off the table. Which is where our friends at Wistia come in
Build a great customer experience strategy
Building a top-notch customer experience strategy requires the ability to not only recognize the need for change but to embrace it