I had a really interesting experience the other day. I wanted to try a new blogging tool. I was doing some research and found something I thought I’d try. They had a free trial with no credit card required and so I decided to give it a go. I installed the plugin and went over to the site and started clicking around. Soon after that, I got an email — FROM THE CEO! Now, let me be clear, this isn’t a small company I’m talking about. OK, it’s not Apple either, but it’s a known brand and I guess the…
An online survey can provide valuable information about your customers, clients or potential market. Surveys help save time and dollars while also helping you make smarter decisions because you have data to sort and search for answers.
This might be too much of a good thing, but like a good, creamy and fattening dessert, I can never get enough of MORE responses. I’m sure you feel the same way. Well, today, I’m going to show you how two simple, teeny, tiny little features can increase your survey response rates.
Online surveys have a lot of different purposes and can be a great way to receive feedback or helpful data. If you’re looking for demographic information or seeking reviews for your products or services, online surveys can be a great way to accomplish just this and more. In order to make them worth your while, however, you need to make sure that your target audience is responding to your survey. The following are several helpful tips that will make people more likely to both take your survey as well as enjoy it in the process:
What if I told you that you could start selling a product or service BEFORE it’s developed? That sounds absolutely crazy and it turns the tables on a traditional product development cycle. But this is a viable cost-saving, profit building strategy that a lot of entrepreneurs are using. It also goes by the name of “minimum viable product” in some industries.
Maintaining and building a customer base is the key to good business. While acquiring new customers is more difficult than maintaining existing ones, it is still crucial to keep existing customers while enticing new ones. Surveys are a great way to do both. Research has found that simply asking the customer how a business was performing is a great way to keep current customers satisfied and earn new customers as well. Surveys can help a business keep abreast of what customers need both now and in the future.