It's time to step back and look at some of the customer service emails you've written in the past, and do an honest evaluation. Are they personal? Are they helpful? Do they lead to customer retention? In this video, we'll how to evaluate our own writing
- You're almost done with this course,…so it's time to think about everything you've learned…and focus on the steps you need to take…to become a great email writer.…Let me share some practical things you can do right now.…The easiest is to take a few minutes…and review your prior quality assessments.…Gather your scorecards over the last year or two…and review the numbers to see if there are any trends.…Perhaps you always earned good scores…on giving the correct the correct answer…or using correct spelling and punctuation and grammar.…
That's great!…But what else are your scores telling you?…What kind of comments appear more than once?…Do you need to use a friendlier tone?…Should you be free texting more?…Do you need to provide more complete answers?…Review your scorecards to get a clear idea…of what you need to work on.…Another way to improve is to review samples…of your own emails.…Gather a set of at least five different types.…Choose one you wrote recently and one you wrote…a few months ago.…
Find a long email and a short one.…
- Determine what to include in an email response to a customer.
- Name three statements that should be included in an apology letter.
- List three ways to demonstrate sincerity in a customer service email.
- Identify the best way to evaluate and improve customer service emails.
- Apply techniques learned in the course to rewrite current templates.
- Examine emails for spelling, punctuation, and grammatical errors.
Skill Level Beginner
Managing a Customer Contact Centerwith Brad Cleveland1h 31m Intermediate
1. Answer the Customer's Question
2. Show Customers You've Read Their Email
3. If You Must Apologize, Be Sincere
4. Customize Templates to Avoid Sounding Robotic
5. Build Your Email Writing Skills to Build Your Career
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