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Measuring CSR: #measurePR with John Friedman

Waxing UnLyrical

John’s long been a proponent of measurable communications, and in addition to his pretty hectic day job (the man gets to fly between DC & Paris, France, so I don’t feel that bad for him), he’s cofounder of the Sustainable Business Network of Washington , and the Huffington Post’s CSR and sustainability blogger. I am really proud of what we have achieved with the hashtag and chat over the last four years. I know.

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Please Aggravate Me: Is Gamifying Customer Service a Reality

Convince & Convert

In all, it took one hour…17 minutes…33 seconds for the CSR to work with another department to see if the flight I needed was available, get an updated ticket price, rebook the flight, and complete the transaction. While the United Airlines CSR was very pleasant and thankful for my patience, I couldn’t help but think how can people’s time spent waiting on hold be more pleasant and fruitful , both to the customer and to the brand?

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Please Aggravate Me: Is Gamifying Customer Service a Reality

Convince & Convert

In all, it took one hour…17 minutes…33 seconds for the CSR to work with another department to see if the flight I needed was available, get an updated ticket price, rebook the flight, and complete the transaction. While the United Airlines CSR was very pleasant and thankful for my patience, I couldn’t help but think how can people’s time spent waiting on hold be more pleasant and fruitful , both to the customer and to the brand?

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How to Develop an Authentic eCommerce Brand to Drive Holiday Sales

Pixlee

The best way to do this is to encourage customers to share in the first place by creating your own business user handle and branded hashtag. You can also ask customers to send you their photos or simply do a manual search for posts with mentions and branded hashtags. The 2017 Cone Communications CSR Study found that: 78% of Americans want companies to address social justice issues.