Text messages are a big part of how organisations communicate with customers.
So you do you get them right?
Not only are text messages a cost-effective tool, but there’s a significant amount of behavioural science available that proves how effective these messages can be.
In one study, the UK Behavioural Science Team were able to reduce missed medical appointments, or no-shows, by 25%.
The best performing message pointed out how much the...
Want an inexpensive way to bolster customer satisfaction and sell more? Use concrete language.
That was the finding from “How Concrete Language Shapes Customer Satisfaction” (2020) by Grant Packard and Jonah Berger.
In the study, Packard and Berger tested whether referring to items using abstract (e.g. “pants”) vs. concrete (e.g. “blue jeans”) descriptors impacted satisfaction, willingness to buy and purchase behaviour.
Abstract language is the realm of the...