Feedback Surveys

We created Customer Thermometer’s customer feedback survey approach because we wanted to find ways to get customer feedback without burdening them or bothering them. Traditional online surveys are long, boring and hard to answer on a mobile device. Many companies are only now realizing that the old ways of getting customer feedback are defunct.

In this section we have a great range of information about customer feedback surveys, how to execute them, what works and what doesn’t, ideas for questions you can ask in your feedback surveys that get right to the heart of the matter, and much more. It’s time to be super ambitious with your feedback program – and these articles will show you how.

Fanocracy Book Review
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Fanocracy: Turning Fans into Customers: Book Review

David Meerman Scott's New Rules of Marketing and PR is one of the books I often associate with the start up phase of Customer Thermometer. Meerman Scott's insights into content marketing and the concept of generating great content to bring…
Creating a Product Market Fit Survey
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Creating a Product Market Fit Survey

Rahul Vohra's talk about how to create a product market fit survey for the Business of Software conference was one of the standout speeches of recent years (against some very strong competition). Rahul is the CEO of the email productivity…
Customer Thermometer The Ultimate Question Fred Reichheld
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The Ultimate Question 2.0: NPS Book Review

Fred Reichheld published The Ultimate Question in 2006, at a time when thought-leaders started investigating the impact of customer service on a company's success and profitability. Telephone complaints lines and long-form surveys had been the…
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Blue Ocean Shift: Book Review

When Blue Ocean Strategy by W Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne came out in 2004 it was a seismic book. The thrust of Blue Ocean Strategy (BOS) is that companies must create and drive up elements of remarkable customer experience to be different…
15 Event Survey Questions and Template
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15 Event Survey Questions and Template

Organising a successful event takes planning, experience and investment. Whether your event is a social occasion, a fundraiser, a conference or maybe a training session, you want your attendees to have a great experience that they will share…
Punk CX book review Adrian Swinscoe CT
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Punk CX: Book Review

Adrian Swinscoe writes on customer experience and customer service for publications like Forbes and the BBC. Punk CX is his second book covering the topic of CX. We've all read books where the author has hit upon a good business idea and…
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The Ultimate Guide to Using Emoji in Surveys and Business Communication

Can you believe it’s been a mere seven years since emoji hit the mainstream? Billions are now being sent each day, with all ages universally embracing the ability to add images to their written communications. Here at Customer Thermometer,…
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18 Customer Satisfaction Survey Questions for 2020

Delighted customers will become your biggest promoters; there’s no denying that. However, how can you ensure every single customer is more than happy with your product or service? The answer is quite simple: ask them. Customer satisfaction…
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5 Best Free Online Survey Tools

Online survey tools have evolved enormously since first gaining popularity in the 1990s. Their continued and developing popularity is due to the fact that online surveys are simple and they work. Customer surveys enable businesses to continuously…
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How to Navigate the Feedback Economy

Why are ratings suddenly so important? In the UK alone, online reviews influence an estimated £23bn of transactions each year (source: FT). At the same time, Amazon has filed more than 1,000 law suits against reviews abuse (source: Fortune).…
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Emoji Use in Business: a Research Report

Emoji, emoticons, icons and star and smiley ratings are all around us but how much do we really know about attitudes to their use in business? We wanted to find out! So we commissioned independent research; asking 1000 US citizens how and when…
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Customer Experience Strategies to Boost Loyalty

The average cost for a business to acquire a customer is roughly 5-25 times the cost for retaining a customer, so it's safe to say that it's worth investing in customer loyalty. But how *do* you maintain loyalty in your customer base? You…