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Are you using social media to ask customers what they want? Pizza Hut in Southern California is. They used a Facebook Question on their Page to engage fans with a simple question: “How many slices of our tasty Super Supreme can you eat in one sitting?” Sounds like a harmless enough question, right?
Give unsatisfied customers a place to voice negative comments, writes social media consultant and speaker Drew Goodman on Social Media Today. Allowing criticisms to be posted on the brand Facebook page, for instance, provides complaining customers with a platform to let you know (and, yes, everyone else, too) that something is amiss. But how can that be a good thing?
Adopting new tech can be daunting, especially when success requires resources like time and expertise. But it doesn’t need to be that way, according to entrepreneur and blogger Joe Hackman in a post on Social Media Today.
A Dell survey, conducted by Forrester survey, of 200 medium and large U.S.-based marketers, found that brands who implement social media monitoring and online engagement programs benefit from a boost in customer satisfaction scores and loyalty.