In this report, we take a closer look at behavioral cues of customers and agents to better understand how these correlate with increased or decreased customer satisfaction. We attempt to move beyond typical metrics like first reply time and explore the often overlooked components of support interactions, such as what words like “sorry,” “please,” and “thank you” by agents can have on customer satisfaction.
This report also examines:
- Valediction: Do interactions with the sign off “Best Wishes,” in comparison to “Best Regards,” “Cheers” and “Yours Sincerely,” have a lower customer satisfaction score?
- Word count: Can a wordier request for help in an online form leads to lower customer satisfaction? How about email?
- Email address: Are customers with Yahoo email addresses more difficult to please than Gmail users?
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