Sometimes the toughest part of getting customer feedback is knowing what information to collect and what questions to ask. It’s so tough, in fact, that there are some users who turn into a pillar of salt when confronted with the dreaded — “Create a Survey” button and have to choose “New Survey” to create a survey from scratch.
What was your most embarrassing moment? If you couldn’t come up with at least three of them, you are holding back on life and possibly the success you’ve been dreaming about.
All of my marketing life, I’ve dreamed of doing focus groups more often. But those corporate style focus groups were always over the budget and out of reach. I’ve always wondered how much more successful some of my campaigns or product launches would have been had I been able to interact with out target customers face-to-face.
Every year close to 700,000 small business close their doors. There are lots of articles about the causes of small business failure, and when you look at all of them, the two big ones that stand out are: Not selling the right stuff Not selling to the right customer
With the summer winding down and fall just around the corner, you’re probably starting to start looking back on the year that’s passed and looking forward into 2015. It’s market and business planning time! In today’s article, I wanted to share a powerful way to do the tried and true SWOT analysis.
Yes, English has become the standard language of the internet, but I’ve always been in awe of people all over the world having to use their favorite applications in a “foreign” language. Just doesn’t seem fair.