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ProvideSupport's "Brands Ignoring Consumers on Social Media are in Trouble [Infographic]

So, the numbers are in, and based on 2016 survey data 34.5% of people prefer social media for their customer service channel. That’s according to this new infographic put out by ProvideSupport. This is up from 29% in 2014 as reported in Infograph: Five9’s “Talk to me: Customers Crave Personalized Support in a Social World”  Which means that more than one-third of survey respondents state that if they had their choice, they would prefer to interact with you through social media. It also states that 90% of people surveyed have used social media to communicate directly with a brand. This shows clearly that more and more of your customers want you to engage with them on social media.

Brands Ignoring Consumers on Social Media Are in Trouble [Inforgraphic from Provide Support]



About the author, Frankie Saucier

Frankie Saucier created the Socially Supportive podcast because believes that in order to advance digital and social customer care, leaders must come together in a community where colleagues can collaborate on the latest strategies and discuss the best technology. The Socially Supportive podcast creates a space for that community to thrive. She is also the Founder and CEO of Socially Supportive, a digital consultancy that helps brands communicate effectively with customers online. Frankie is a member of several consortiums, including the Social Care Leaders Group, an international group of leaders in the digital and social care space. She has over 20 years' experience in customer experience, including 7 years creating and running the digital customer support team at the 3rd largest cable company in the U.S. She also holds a bachelors in Mass Communications.

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