While surveys can be a proven, consistent method for gathering customer data, their effectiveness can be hampered if they are poorly written, confusing, not personalized or targeted, or too long. A successful survey should be designed to meet a specific goal and provide accurate data that represents the target population. Ideally, it can also help improve respondent satisfaction levels.
Distilled from years of experience helping successful organizations with surveys, voice of the customer projects, and enterprise feedback management initiatives, these nine top tips can help increase survey success, facilitate a better understanding of customers, and drive loyalty.
The purpose of this white paper is to provide organizations with a four step roadmap that details how organizations can use VoC to make Product Management more customer-centric and significantly increase the odds of consistently delivering products that are successful in the marketplace.
Not doing Social Publishing? You’re behind. Social technologies on the web have changed forever how organizations of all sizes interact with their customers to gather feedback, improve customer service, and protect and grow their brands. Effective web content management must now include social and community capabilities.
Asking your customers for input on future product direction can be a double- edged sword. If you're not asking the right questions, this process can create more headaches than it cures. Here are a few simple tips that should yield more useful customer feedback.