The survey is a staple in our society and dates all the way back to 1824, when it was first used to gauge the public’s interest for the upcoming presidential election. Since then, surveys have been used to perform research, measure the efficacy of certain people, and gauge levels of customer satisfaction. The last one there in particular is most relevant to ecommerce. Surveys provide key pieces of information that can reveal a lot about the customer experience with your store. As a result, you can incorporate feedback into your store’s operations and improve them, ultimately netting you a better brand and sales figures.
The Art of Survey Creation
The first thing you need to do before sending out customer surveys is choosing a platform that works best for you. There are a lot of options out there, so you have time to research and weigh in on each one. Try to find a survey system that can cater to your strengths and size. For instance, you don’t want to be stuck with a program designed for multi-national enterprises if you’re still in startup mode. You can also take a look at platforms’ design templates to see if their motifs and colors mesh with your brand. Continue reading Three Ways to Use Surveys to Increase Ecommerce Sales