Customer relations videos: innovative client support
Why should you use video in customer relations?
97% of consumers say that customer service quality is a decisive factor when choosing a brand. More vital than ever for a company’s profitability, customer relations must be able to make use of new tools and methods currently available to satisfy increasingly stringent customer expectations. Tired of too many solicitations and a lack of customisation, they’re looking for brands that offer a tailored relationship and content that’s useful to them. More than 95% of consumers say that videos help them make a decision. Video is a medium that’s considered more authentic and therefore more personalised than text content. This makes it a powerful lever that can reinvigorate customer relations. The close connection video offers are very important. When welcoming a new customer, whether it’s answering a question or simply maintaining the customer relationship, there’s no question that video will help you meet your objectives. With Pitchy, an online video editing software, companies can strengthen their customer relations strategy with video.
Customer onboarding is the phase when a customer is discovering a product or service. They often expect guidance in using their item so they can get the most out of their new purchase. The brand needs to provide help, advice and tutorials to reduce the number of people who contact customer service. This is where video comes into sense.
In an FAQ video, a company answers to the questions its customers or community ask most often. It can easily replace or complement a more traditional list of written FAQs. It’s a real asset that drives purchasing decisions, helps with lead nurturing and strengthens customer loyalty because the audience has a better user experience!
Customer reviews/Video reviews
Video is the format that receives the most attention. Video customer reviews follow the same trend thanks to User Generated Video (UGV), quality content generated by the customers themselves.
- You spend too much time creating videos
- You are now aware that video communication is key but you are missing the skills
- You are wondering whether to produce video content in-house or outsource it
- You are looking for the ideal solution for your current and future video needs
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