After a look at how chatbots are doing on the empathy front, we share six tips to help your team have more empathic—and therefore more successful—service conversations.
This is especially true for online retail. There is no other industry in the world where shoppers can so easily compare products, prices, delivery terms and service offerings.
Is it your ambition to deliver better customer service than your competitor? And what do you need to do to make it happen? With these two questions in mind, ROBIN developed this Competitive Readiness Test.
After completing this 5-minute test, you will receive a personalised PDF report with; your competitive standings, analysis, and practical advice on how to improve your E-Commerce customer service model.
At ROBIN we are 100% dedicated to offer our customers amazing support. It’s what we live for. It’s our vision, passion and strategy all rolled up in one. But hey, we’re a customer service software company. Our customers would expect nothing less than amazing support.
The shining customer service example in E-Commerce is Zappos. Their #1 core value is to deliver ‘WOW’ through service and they have build a multi-million dollar business out of it. It’s often advocated on marketing blogs that your E-Commerce store should also aspire to deliver ‘WOW’ through service to attain customer service nirvana - like Zappos did.
But is that the right advice? Should that be your customer service goal? Let’s take a closer look at 'customer delight’ and ask: is it marketing spin or a valid growth strategy?
Howdy! It’s been a while since the last update on this blog. Not that we haven’t been publishing! Throughout the summer we have continuously been publishing posts over at our other blog ‘Definitive Guide to Customer Service for Online Stores’.
Moreover, we’ve been busy developing new features to help you - eCommerce storeowners - deliver better service with less effort.
Let’s take a look at what our development team been up to this summer and start with an optimization we rolled out on the ROBIN website today:
Today, I am happy to announce that we released our API. It means that any web store can now enrich their ROBIN customer service dashboard with e-commerce data, regardless of the e-commerce platform they’re using.
ROBIN is an online customer service dashboard made for web store teams. We help them provide better and faster customer service, in less time.
Developers who wish to use the API to build a connection between an e-commerce platform and ROBIN can request an API key and API secret (password) via the ROBIN support site.