Reading the Lay of the Land: Demographics and Awareness

Those of us involved in B2B market research are often called upon to provide a “lay of the land” through survey data, focus groups and competitive intelligence. This approach provides decision makers with a view of marketing opportunities by key target segment. In addition to survey results, this...read more

When Twitter Customer Support Goes Too Far

This last weekend I was moving the final things from the house we're selling into a storage unit. We rented a van to help us move so we didn't have to make a ton of trips back and forth. When picking up the van, the woman behind the counter was extremely rude to the person in front of us. It came...read more

Q & A from The Voice of the Customer: From Feedback to Action Webinar

Last week, we hosted a webinar with Senior Research Analyst from Aberdeen Group, Aly Pinder, and Global Client Experience Senior Program Manager from Cornerstone OnDemand, Jen Maldonado. We had TONS of great questions. We've gone through the all questions and answered them here. If you missed the...read more

Attitudes Drive Behaviors or is it the Reverse?

In a previous post we examined the fundamentals of Likert scale development. In case you missed it, Likert survey questions are designed to measure attitudes using a five or seven-point scale agreement scale (e.g. strongly disagree to strongly agree). These scales and their derivatives continue to...read more

Fast Follow Up Matters (Best in Class Secret is Instant Alerts)

Think about your own experiences, when you are unhappy with a product or service and tell the company, what do you expect to happen? If you're thinking, "Nothing. Companies don't listen to customer feedback" I wouldn't blame you. But I hope you're more like me: I expect a response. But not a generic...read more

5 Key Tips for Stakeholder Surveys

At some point throughout the year, you need to reach out to your stakeholders to increase your organizations’ understanding of their opinions, knowledge and attitudes in order to optimize success.  “A survey is the natural way to go about this, but while the survey concept is straightforward,...read more

Minimizing Buyer's Remorse

'Tis the season for major purchases. It is also the season of events that can trigger either deep satisfaction and joy or dissatisfaction and regret. Let’s look at this latter emotional state. How we feel about a purchase, after we have got it home and in the coming weeks is critical to our...read more

Knowing when to pull the trigger

The ability to respond in a timely fashion is one of the primary advantages of an online survey platform. Most projects do not have the level of sensitivity that customer satisfaction surveys do therefore in most cases immediate attention is not required. However, when assessing a customer’s level...read more

Making Customer Retention a Goal

Marketing as we know it is comprised of two primary functions – customer acquisition and customer retention. Much of the effort skews toward acquisition and its numerous strategies for lead generation, nurturing and eventual hand-off of qualified leads to sales. The volume of companies selling CRM...read more

Location, Location, Location - Geolocation, That Is

What is it? Geolocation uses the GPS on your smartphone to tell other people where you are, and ties real-world businesses or events to that spot. Global Positioning Systems use satellites to pinpoint your exact location; when GPS is unavailable, your location can be more generally determined by...read more
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