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Twitter’s Customer Service Accounts Reveals Custom Profiles

Customer support is crucial in retaining a loyal and satisfied customer base. Twitter has given businesses that opportunity, and showcased its new Custom Profiles feature through their “Guinea pig” @TMobileHelp, T-Mobile’s Twitter support page. @TMobileHelp now serves its customers with custom profiles. Accordingly, the profiles include the agent’s name, face, and current standing in the company. This is all in an effort to personalize the customer experience, which leave customers more satisfied and more likely to use the service again. Following their more or less successful experiment, we can expect to see Twitter making this feature available for businesses in the near future.

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