Carlos Del Corral shares tips and best practices on how to create surveys that will not only increase your response-rates but also give you more insightful responses.
Consumers today are more vocal than ever, and they’re not afraid to voice their opinions. Moreover, to successfully navigate today’s highly competitive landscape, businesses must understand exactly what customers think of them – and that means diving deep into customer experience data. One tool businesses can use to capture valuable insights is the transactional Net […]
Here’s an ideal scenario, an online user interacts with a live chat and inquires about something. Then you or a chatbot answers that inquiry. Finally, you ask in return if the user was satisfied with the service you provided, and the user happily takes the time to chat more and explain their feedback. Here’s the […]
Setting the right survey response benchmarks can define the success of your customer experience management efforts. Learn which benchmarks you need to set.
Calculating the sample size for your survey can sometimes be a bit tricky. In this article, we’ll guide you through the process of calculating sample sizes, and we’ll share some general rules on how to deal with survey projects where you struggle to get statistically significant results.
While numbers and ratings from research are easy to analyze, businesses require insightful qualitative data to have a complete picture of their customers.
Rating scales are a quick and straightforward way to engage customers with surveys. In this article, we will dig deeper into different types of rating scales.
In this article, we explain how and at what point in the customer journey you should measure the customer experience.
Multiple choice questions are common to use in surveys. But how should they actually be used in surveys to ensure good response rates and maximize insight generation? In this article, we’ll share best practices on how to use multiple choice questions in surveys.
Conducting B2B customer surveys is for many a struggle. There are two major problems that B2B surveys often experience; not able to collect enough responses and hard to act on the feedback. Learn how to overcome these typical B2B survey problems.