Did you know that the cost of support calls and chats range from $5 to $12+ (per contact), while self-service channel interactions start at just $.10 or lesser?
You don’t just save a lot of money by offering support via self-service options like FAQs, but you also make it easy for your customers to find answers to their questions instantly. So, it’s no surprise that 91% of customers prefer them over reaching out to a support person.
FAQs, in fact, are quick to set up. So if you don’t have them on your website yet, add them now. Find the best FAQ tools for the job in our latest blog post.
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Adding FAQs to your website saves you a lot of “Can I …?” user questions. The result? Fewer tickets. Here are the top three WordPress FAQ plugins that save you many support hours and costs and help your users find answers to their questions within minutes on their own.
Here’s our list of the best WordPress helpdesk plugins for your website. For each plugin, learn how it looks on your website, how it works on the back-end — and everything in between.
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