Twitter

Twitter

Customer service on Twitter can make businesses seem more trustworthy, just as it does on Facebook. According to Twitter, 83% of Twitter users who tweeted a company – and received a response – felt better about the company and were more likely to do business with them.

Although Twitter isn’t the most popular social media channel, it’s still commonly used for customer service. According to Forrester, 31% of customers report reaching out to a company via Twitter.

However, surprisingly enough, only 3% of tweets about customer service issues call out the company’s username with the @ symbol, making it incredibly difficult to meet customer response time expectations. According to Lithium, 78% of customers who complain to a brand on Twitter expect a response within an hour. 

#Twitter

31%

of customers report reaching out to a company via Twitter. Forrester
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#Twitter

78%

of customers who complain to a brand on Twitter expect a response within an hour.

Lithium

#CustomerServiceIssues

3%

of tweets about customer service issues call out the company’s username with the @ symbol.

MarketingLand

3%

#Twitter

83%

of Twitter users who sent a tweet to a company – and received a response – felt better about the company and were more likely to do business with them.

Twitter

83%

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