PropertyTaxRecord.org Opens up Social Media Channels to Connect with Customers

Company wants to use social media to create interactive customer service.

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One of the reasons PropertyTaxRecord.org wants to use social media is to amp up their customer service program.

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) December 06, 2013

PropertyTaxRecord.org has launched a series of social media channels as part of the second phase of their website launch cycle, the company announced yesterday.

“Now that our website is up and running, it makes sense for us to get our message out,” a PropertyTaxRecord.org spokesman said. “And these days, getting on social media is the way to do it. It's what customers and potential customers expect, and it's what we will deliver.”

PropertyTaxRecord.org has set up social media channels on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest, he said. They have also created their own blog.

“The point of this is to let people know what we are doing at PropertyTaxRecord.org, he said. “Then we'll use the the social media sites to show people how our services can help them make sure they don't get ripped off when buying a home.”

The other reason PropertyTaxRecord.org wants to use social media is to amp up their customer service program, he said.

“Who wants to ring up a call center when they have a question or concern?” he said. “They want to go online and get answers. Our social media sites are great for that, because they can leave the question, concern, or complaint as a comment and then our customer service staff can get back in touch with them directly and solve the issue.”

About PropertyTaxRecord.org:

Customer service website PropertyTaxRecord.org was created to serve the needs of public records clients across North America. With thousands of requests processed each day, PropertyTaxRecord.org continues to grow as a reputable customer service resource. Visit PropertyTaxRecord.org to chat with a live representative, call 1-877-862-6825, or email manager(at)PropertyTaxRecord(dot)org with any questions or concerns.


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