If you are running an offline business and are using your website as an additional tool for promoting and selling physical products or providing services, you have probably thought about making the whole process easier for your customers. One way to help your customers and guide them through the buying process is using Online Live Chat Support on your website. We marketers, always seek ways to please our customers and make them feel they are special. But what managers look for are figures saying increased sales, increased profits. So how can Online Live Chat Support Customers & bring me increased sales?
It’s really hard to believe that a long time ago when the internet wasn’t born yet (that was like billions of years ago, right?) the only technology that we were able to use is abacus, our fingers, old-fashioned cameras and etc. Technology evolved at such a rapid pace, that some of us are having such a really hard time catching up. The internet is the most modern way to communicate with the people around the world, or if you’re like my kids, the other side of the couch. How are you feeling about the automation technology that has been increasing over the years?
Not to long ago I posted on my own personal Facebook page that I was FINALLY going back to college. YAY ME! For the longest time I’ve owed over $10k in loans so I had to agree to paying back at least $25 a month in order to stay out of default. Sometimes, when you’re struggling to learn but can’t get back into the full swing of things, you can still learn, but without the high cost of college fees, course fees, books & more. I have a horrible problem with habit making and sticking to my habits. My adult ADHD causes a lot of problems with my habits. I get into the groove of things, but one little thing can make me go “squirrel” so to speak, and online courses is one of those I struggle with horribly.
The other day my youngest son was playing a popular game on the Xbox One. I overheard the conversations a few kids and my son was having and he said something that surprised me since we’ve talked about internet safety quite a bit. He mentioned that he was only 12 and that he was home with his mom and that he couldn’t do something because he wasn’t allowed to. It shocked me. So I had him turn the game off and we discussed again how telling people online that you don’t know personally, any type of personal information is unacceptable.