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    The Entrepreneur Who Changed Social Media Management For Good

    I recently interviewed Kate Bradley Chernis, CEO of social media platform Lately, on The Experience Maker live show. Here is an edited transcript of the interview. Dan Gingiss: Welcome to the show, Kately from Lately. I’ve been looking forward to

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    Why Customer Service Can’t Always Be Taught

    How do you teach customer service? Some things just can’t be taught.  I found my first job after college at The Danbury Mint – a high-end collectibles company selling porcelain dolls, figurines, sports memorabilia and the like – by seeing

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    How to Take Your Small Business to the Next Level

    Guest post by Aurora Coleman It’s not particularly breaking news that the US economy has taken a plunge since the COVID-19 pandemic hit. The whole country went into a recession, companies were forced to close, and many lost their jobs in

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    Positive Customer Experience Examples Are More Shareable, Study Says

    A recent study by business process outsourcing company Sitel Group uncovered a startling statistic about the relationship between customer experience and social media. It found that while 30% of consumers who have had a negative customer experience say they would share it on social media or

    28 Experts Predict the Future of Social Customer Care

    Social media is the first marketing channel where customers can actually talk back. This is a new concept for traditional brand marketers, who are used to being able to completely control the brand message with TV and print advertising that

    There’s No Room for Hate in Social Media or Customer Service

    Haters gonna hate. The word “haters” wasn’t particularly common in the English lexicon until the late 1990s, and “haters gonna hate” first appeared in the lyrics of an R&B song in the year 2000. Today, the phrase is the source of countless memes and a recurring refrain in a popular Taylor Swift song. It’s almost become trendy to be a hater, and having haters is something of a badge of honor.