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Paolo Fabrizio

3 Common Customer Service Sins To Get Rid Of

Common Customer Service Sins

Last Monday I had an interesting conversation with Paul, an English colleague of mine. As we are both 100% customer service focussed, we usually talk about this topic. But this time, we did so in a different way, asking each other: ‘what’s the biggest customer service pain point in your local market?’ This simple question


Stewart Dunlop

Vital Instagram Metrics Every Business Should Be Measuring

Vital Instagram Metrics

Have you been working on your Instagram marketing campaigns for a while, but feel unsure if the time you’re spending is resulting in anything valuable? A lot of marketers find themselves in this scenario. The easy metric to track if you’re new to Instagram marketing is follower growth. That’s something everyone can do, and something


Robert Caruso

What Are Quality Metrics: How Will They Help You Convert?

Quality Metrics

In this article, Robert Caruso compares quantity metrics with quality metrics. Certainly one is easier. But it’s the other that will bring you conversions. This is another in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series. Quality v Quantity Metrics In the complex world of digital marketing, it seems that nothing is very easy. The


Wade Harman

The Devastating Cost Of Poor Website Performance

Poor Website Performance

This article from Wade Harman looks at the effects that poor website performance may have on your company’s bottom line. It’s certainly cautionary reading, and is another in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series. Poor Website Performance Has A Cost! In the past few years, consumer trends have shifted in favor of online


Paolo Fabrizio

The Must-Have’s of a Social Customer Service Platform

Social Customer Service platform

‘Hey Paolo, what’s the best Social Customer Service platform for my business’? This is a question I often get asked that can not be answered with a tweet. In fact, by the time a brand is searching for a ‘digital dashboard’ to interact with different channels with customers, they should have already planned their overall customer


Jan Gordon

The Connection Between Emotions & Goals In B2B Buying

By Tony Zambito For most of the past few decades, leading up to the advent of the Internet and digital technologies in the 21st century, there has been an accepted paradigm regarding B2B buying decisions.   This paradigm consisted of an unquestioned notion that B2B buying decisions were disciplined, rigorous, process-based, and rational.   In essence, a