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To get the customer experience more engaging it is key to know how your customers feel. Regular data analytics can be a great help in letting you know what people like, but not why. The ability to ask direct/relevant questions to your consumers is, therefore, the most obvious solution is to let your customers take a survey. Surveys may sound old-fashioned relative to all the new technologies available today, but it still one of the most effective ways to know how your customers think. Companies have been drowning customers in survey requests and as few as 2% of consumers will bother to complete a questionnaire.
And that’s a danger; Those who choose to fill them out are a self-selecting group. In order to gain a truly representative picture of customer needs and thoughts, you need to hear from as many people as possible. Achieving a high response rate needs to be one of your key surveying goals in order to avoid skewed results. Research shows says businesses have generally failed to reward customers for filling them out, and that they did not see any change after sharing their input, resulting in disinterest in the future. So how can make sure more people will complete and be truly honest within surveys?
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Surveys may sound old-fashioned relative to all the new technologies available today, but it still one of the most effective way to know how your customers think.
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