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  1. If you’re reading this then you’ve probably already signed up for a demo with an online feedback software company. Nice going! This is a smart first step in getting yourself acquainted with a particular software. So what can you expect from your demo? Generally speaking, a good software demonstration should provide you with the following: a deeper understanding of the software’s user experience (e.g. navigation and design), a clear explanation of all the benefits the software provides and most importantly, give you the opportunity to ask any questions you might have about the software.
    https://mopinion.com/key-questions-to-ask-in-an-online-feedback-software-demo/
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  2. Go with your gut is an old adage that we throw around quite often in the English language. It means follow your intuition or instincts (based on your “gut” feeling). However, when we apply this expression to business world, it isn’t always fitting, much less advisable – especially when it comes to A/B testing. Used to test multiple variations of a web page or app screen, A/B Testing is one of the most popular methods for improving conversion rates. According to eConsultancy, approximately 61 percent of companies carry out less than five tests every month. However, what many of these companies miss in their testing strategies is a concrete way of constructing hypotheses for future A/B testing. Thankfully, there is online customer feedback…
    https://mopinion.com/optimise-ab-testing-online-customer-feedback/
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  3. The fundamental responsibility of a Product Manager is to be the company’s leading expert on the customer. In fact, Product Managers often act as mediators between their customers and design teams to identify where their product or service is lagging and ensure that the underlying needs for their online customer are aligned with their service or product offering. Online feedback serves as a great way for connecting product performance and customer expectations.
    https://mopinion.com/product-managers-collecting-online-feedback/
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  4. The ecommerce industry has experienced a tremendous amount of growth in the past decade. Having jumped from 3.5% of all retail sales in 2008 to nearly 11.9% in 2018, this growth – in combination with a (still) relatively low market share – represents a huge opportunity for more innovative ecommerce companies looking to overtake their traditional counterparts.

    However, in order to latch on to the ‘growth train’, these same ecommerce companies (and therefore, ecommerce managers) are going to have to put their best foot forward. In other words, they’ll need to be sure that they are providing a first-rate online customer experience. And the best way to do this is to start listening to the voice of the customer. After all, your customers can be your best resource in terms of understanding what you’re doing wrong (or right!) on your website or mobile app. So allow me to introduce you to online feedback…
    https://mopinion.com/online-feedback-ecommerce-managers/
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  5. You might think you put your customers first, but how customer-focused would your clients rate you on a scale of one to 10? And when was the last time you asked?

    In a study by Bain & Company, nearly 95 percent of companies surveyed claimed to put customer service at the forefront, while 80 percent maintained they provide a superior level of service. Shockingly, a mere eight percent of those companies’ customers agreed. And, as the old saying goes, the customer is always right. So how can you determine, without a doubt, if the customer experience you provide measures up to your core customers’ expectations?

    The answer may seem simple enough: You ask them. But knowing what your customers think about your brand isn’t enough. If you truly want to enhance your customer experience, even if you think it already meets your company’s standards, you need to discover how to use their feedback to make the necessary improvements.
    https://www.convinceandconvert.com/online-customer-experience/offline-to-online-customer-feedback-loop/
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  6. Customer Effort Score (CES) is a customer satisfaction metric that is widely used in the feedback world. In essence, CES measures the ease of an online experience. This is done by asking the customer directly how much effort it took to achieve their goal on your website. It serves as a great way of discovering bottlenecks in the digital customer experience and helping you recognise your weaknesses. So how can you collect this feedback effectively?
    In this article we will evaluate CES (as a customer satisfaction metric) as well as outline several feedback form templates you can use for collecting CES. Note: CES measures effort both on- and offline, however, this article focuses purely on digital CES.
    https://mopinion.com/online-feedback-form-templates-customer-effort-score-ces/
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  7. We’ve all been there. You check your lingerie store’s Facebook or Twitter account only to notice that a customer has left a less than positive review.

    So, what should you do? Luckily, we might just have the answer. Here’s how to handle negative feedback like a pro:
    https://success.parfaitlingerie.com/how-to-handle-negative-customer-feedback-online-like-a-pro/
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  8. A high customer churn rate is a fear almost every online store owner shares. After all, customer churn is one of the most critical strategy battlefields in the competition for gaining and maintaining online customers. Surprisingly, churn often stems from visitors who struggle with something but fail to report their complaints and end up looking elsewhere. In other words, they dodge any sort of confrontation. These kinds of visitors are what we like to call ‘silent churners’ and happen to be the vast majority of online visitors.

    So why don’t these visitors speak up and voice their opinion? Well, try putting yourself in their shoes. You are faced with a couple of options. Either send an email with your complaint and wait a few days (or longer) for a response or start looking for an alternative option to satisfy their needs. I think we can all agree that the latter is much more attractive. Not only is it easier to keep looking but it’s also much faster.
    https://medium.com/@LightspeedHQ/how-to-reduce-customer-churn-with-online-feedback-3568b704df80/
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  9. Online content and digital assets are present in every stage of the online customer journey—from awareness and promotion to purchasing and brand loyalty. Whether this content is used for marketing purposes or purely for design, it’s the flesh and bones that shape your whole brand identity. And that is precisely why it’s important to get yourself on the right track towards crafting a winning content strategy. The question is: how?

    The internet is already flooded with content and there’s no signs of it slowing down...
    https://blog.bynder.com/en/how-to-enhance-your-digital-content-with-online-feedback/
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  10. Mopinion is happy to announce its expansion to the French market as well as the appointment of a dedicated French sales team, led by Head of Sales for France, Fanny-Laure Thomas. This expansion is part of our greater strategy to better cater to the needs of its French clients, including the world’s largest sporting goods retailer Decathlon and cultural products retailer Cultura, as well as extend our footprint to more European organisations.
    https://mopinion.com/mopinion-expands-its-presence-in-france/
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