Live chat patrons are more likely to have higher household incomes, more likely to shop more frequently, spend more, have a college degree, and be between the ages of 31-50, the report says. While this demographic appeals to merchants, frequent live chatters (those who have chatted at least four times in the previous three months) exhibit these traits in an amplified way and warrant special attention.
The Pittsburgh contact center is a stand-alone, leased facility, while Columbus and Milwaukee are housed inside existing J.C. Penney facilities owned by the company. Calls to JCP dropped 30% since the company started its “Fair and Square” pricing policy in February.
Merchants need to “move off the needle” to support live chat because it has reached a “tipping point” of adoption, according to Bold Chat’s 2012 Live Chat Effectiveness Research Report.
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During peak times the order calls roll in at contact centers, but during off peak it
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