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Social Media Provides New Opportunities for Customer Service Reps
A recent study suggests that growth in the use and power of social media will spark career opportunities for customer service professionals.
The August issue of industry publication "Customer Service Newsletter,"
Companies should see social media as an opportunity rather than a threat, Schoeller says, but they will have to have the tools to monitor, route, and respond to those comments. In addition, "they will have to have agents skilled enough to look at and respond to highly unstructured interactions — as opposed to the more structured types of transactions that they have handled in the past."
"This could be a great career path for some of your more senior agents — the ones who are more familiar with policies, procedures, and to some extent, the technology within your enterprise,"
Additional insights on how to respond to social media appear in the August issue of "Customer Service Newsletter."
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