Have you ever visited a website and noticed they have a “FAQ” page? That is an example of a knowledge base. But, to actually scale your customer support, you need to go beyond that FAQ page. The modern knowledge base requires you to create high performing, informative content. It needs to have all the information your customer may need to solve any of their issues. This includes creating multiple knowledge bases for each of your products and organizing them with categories and tags.
Think of a customer purchasing a washing machine for the first time. They will need to know how to use the washing machine. They will need to know how to set it up, and what to do if it suddenly stops working. Similarly, customers may also face problems when using your products. A knowledge base or documentation pages, gives information about your products to customers. They help customers solve their problems by themselves, much like an instruction manual.
So what do you do when you have several different products? It will be difficult to organize and manage your documentation for each product. This is where multiple knowledge bases comes in. With multiple knowledge base in one WordPress site, you can manage your documentation efficiently.