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GM is using Twitter and Facebook to talk to its customers

in All, Auto
by Dan
March 28, 2010 at 2:18 pm

GM has decided to open a unique customer service. The agency employees must identify the messages in which people talk about the problems caused by GM cars.

General Motors has opened a new customer service in which agents of the U.S. manufacturer search on social networks and tries to contact people who write about the cars problems caused by the giant in Detroit.

Moreover, GM wants to double in April this search by hiring more people and by acquiring new technologies.

It seems that the new service “invented” by GM it’s working.

Melissa Walker, a real estate agent in Jacksonville, wrote on Twitter about mechanical problems of her Cadillac DeVille.

An official of the service made contact with Melissa Walker, but the car problems were not resolved.

“I was very surprised. I didn’t address those from GM. I was not expecting to do something, but the fact that I got that phone call surprised me enormously, “said American.

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