User communities build engagement and reduce cost


Self-service leads to higher customer satisfaction, lower attrition and more educated customers. This results in a decrease of questions to support teams. In last weeks’ TechTalk I interviewed Kenneth Refsgaard (Insided) about the value of user communities. He showed me how a KPN customer, Peter G., posted over 35.000 reactions in 6 years. These were all answers to other users’ questions in KPN’s online user community.

But that’s not the only advantage of a user community. Customers are also much more engaged and even help drive the product roadmap, leading to higher NPS and increased feature adoption.

Kenneth explained why user communities are especially relevant right now, where they sit in relation to other channels (like phone, chat and chatbots), how the community content complements company content, and what’s in store for the future.

Watch the full TechTalk here!
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