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How To Strengthen Self-Service With Effective Knowledge Management

“By 2022, we’ll be talking to bots more than our own spouses.” – Deloitte Rapid technological advancements have pushed businesses to make all information available at customers’ fingertips to deliver a seamless digital experience. Customers today prefer to be self-sufficient. 40% of consumers1 now prefer self-service over human contact.


5 simple ways to boost knowledge sharing in your organization

Knowledge sharing within an agency has never been easier—as long as you have the tools and the will to tell others what you know. The problem is that research shows more information generally leads to less knowledge sharing within a team. A phenomenon called “knowledge hoarding” may be to blame, or something less sinister, like employees not having the necessary tools to share what they know. So, what does that mean for your workplace?


How to optimize your knowledge base for SEO

Instead of making your customers wander through the pages of Google, optimizing your knowledge base will help them find information fast – a huge advantage when it comes to meeting your customers’ needs. If your knowledge base isn't optimized for search engines, you’re losing a large number of potential new customers. Moreover, you’re missing out on the opportunity of enabling your existing customers to self-serve.

How Zendesk Does Knowledge Management

On Thursday, June 17th, at 11:00 am CST, the self service team shared how Zendesk drives success with our internal Knowledge Management practices and how we use technology to help organize, capture and leverage institutional knowledge and information. Allowing us to structure our content and promote self service by making information easily accessible.
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12 Tips to Create a Truly Valuable Company Knowledge Base

A knowledge base is a self-service centralized repository of readily available information about your business, its products or services, and industry-relevant topics. From the customer’s perspective, an external (or public) knowledge base is a go-to resource for them to learn everything they want about your company. For instance, your external knowledge base may incorporate FAQs, getting-started guides, how-to articles, feature updates, and so on meant for instant self-help.