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Why Twitter is your most important support channel

We’ve entered the age of the social customer. Today’s customers have a lot of power, and their voices are amplified on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other social channels. Not only do they research brands online, but they’re vocal about sharing their opinions. In case you’re still not convinced that you need to make social a… Read more »

There’s an app for that…

It’s no secret that we’re always looking to give our customers the most choice when it comes to extending their Desk.com customer service environments. We haven’t figured out how to make Desk.com wash windows –yet– but if you’re looking for an integration to add telephony, chat, or even tutorials for your help center content, there’s… Read more »

Offer #awesome support on social

Do you need more than one social account? What’s the best way to train support agents on social? How do you integrate Facebook with your other channels? What if someone asks a technical question on Twitter? How should you handle haters? Our new e-book has the answers to these questions, and more.   Most companies… Read more »

5 ways to do less and get more done

This time last year, I took on a new role, as CMO of Desk.com. My friends thought I was crazy. I had two kids under 5 and a third on the way. And for the previous few years, I’d worked 70-plus-hour weeks. There were days back then when I ate meals from my office snack… Read more »

8 tools to help you create a solid business. Even at home.

Starting a new home business is both exciting and challenging. However, if you want to succeed, you need to align yourself with other tools, resources, and people in order to offset your weaknesses and maximize your existing skill set. Thankfully, the internet is full of these tools and resources – you just have to know… Read more »

Communicating with customers via Auto-Acknowledgments

True or false – auto-acknowledgments are just meant to let your customer know that you’ve received their question? Don’t answer, it’s a leading question. :) Indeed, auto-acknowledgements are an extremely handy tool that lets your customers know that you’ve received and are working on their request. If you don’t have one set up yet, see… Read more »

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