Social Media Moves at Lightning Speed. Here’s How Banks Can Keep Up.

Posted by Ben Timmons on January 7, 2020

Today’s consumers are used to getting information when and how they want it. PwC reports that almost 80% of U.S. consumers identify “speed, convenience, knowledgeable help, and friendly service” as the most important attributes of positive customer experiences. That’s why slow, inefficient social media content creation and approval processes can lead to a perception of poor customer service — which can eventually cause you to lose important customers.

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Topics: social media content, Social Media for Banking, Social Selling, Social Listening

Using Social Listening to Understand Your Audience

Posted by Meghana Hermes on July 27, 2019

 

This article was originally posted to ABA Banking Journal.

As more and more people rely solely on digital channels to meet their banking needs, the importance of social media as a two-way communication channel grows. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other platforms offer unique opportunities for candid, trackable feedback from customers, and social listening is becoming a more valuable marketing and customer service tool for banks.

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Topics: customer service, social media compliance, strategy, Social Listening

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