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Top 5 Sentiment Analysis Benefits for Businesses in 2024

Trust is one of the most important factors in the success of companies, but it is not always easy to establish. It requires businesses to understand their customers and act accordingly. Thanks to emerging technologies such as sentiment analysis, businesses can differentiate and categorize users’ emotions about their brand or products and services. 

In this article, we’ll explore five benefits of conducting sentiment analysis for businesses.

1. Infer meaning from unstructured data

With the increasing number of customers, customer feedback will reach an amount that cannot be analyzed manually. It is estimated that by 2025, 80% of all data will be unstructured, meaning that companies trying to make sense of unstructured data will face many challenges. 

Sentiment analysis is carried out by machine learning or deep learning algorithms, so the data gathered from customers are categorically organized by their emotional tone as positive, negative, or neutral, and by their extent. Thus, it gets easier to understand what your data tells about your customers, and companies that switch to this technology face much less difficulty while analyzing customers’ data.

2. Take quick action against poor customer experience

Figure 1. An example of an action taken by Amazon Customer Services

Source: Twitter

Providing a great customer experience is crucial if you want to stand out from the competitors and want your business to succeed. So, when your customers have an unpleasant experience and they report it, you should act upon it immediately. Thanks to sentiment analysis, a massive amount of customer data can be examined and categorized by the emotional content, and the negative ones can be highlighted. Thus, the companies can take necessary action before they lose their customers.

3. Boost business performance and strategy

By analyzing the emotional tone in the reviews of customers, you can identify the most liked and disliked products or services; thus, you can change your business strategy for the most disliked ones. Or, if your company sells products and uses product recommendation systems, you can understand customers’ needs better and provide better recommendations. 

A study shows that when the recommendations are made considering the sentiment intensity, user satisfaction reaches 91%, but the random suggestions only achieved 65% customer satisfaction. So by conducting sentiment analysis, you can develop better strategies for the most disliked services or products and satisfy your customers with more relevant recommendations to their emotional states.

4. Develop empathetic chatbots

Figure 2. How AI Chatbots help your business thrive?

Source: Leewayhertz

People who have poor consumer experience want their problems to be seen and heard. By conducting sentiment analysis, companies can develop chatbot systems that are more empathetic towards the customers’ feelings. This way, chatbots can be perceived as much more human-like, and that positively impacts the company. 

5. Reduce customer churn

The 2022 CRM Impact Report shows an average customer churn rate of 32% globally. The same report also highlights that 83% of marketing managers think these rates are due to their inability to establish solid communication with customers and irrelevant messaging. 

Sentiment analysis helps companies communicate better with customers and develop more relevant messages. By identifying the users’ emotions, you can get a better idea of their experience and provide better customer service, which eventually leads to a decrease in customer churn.

Further reading

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Begüm Yılmaz
Begüm is an Industry Analyst at AIMultiple. She holds a bachelor's degree from Bogazici University and specializes in sentiment analysis, survey research, content writing services and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems.

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