In this age of survey fatigue, getting users to engage with a survey in any medium is challenging. Mobile apps are no exception, and have their own unique constraints. The good news is that in-app surveys can provide a streamlined mobile experience that results in super-high response rates and meaningful feedback, too.
Marketing & CX
When it comes to using Net Promoter Score surveys to gain insights from your customers, you probably have questions about sampling.
“Net Promoter Score,” also known as NPS, is the metric of choice for measuring customer loyalty. The magic lies in the answer to one simple question you’ll find on almost every company survey: “How likely are you to recommend us to a friend or colleague?”
Whether you specialize in customer experience, engagement, success, or service, you’re tasked with retaining and delighting customers all the time. Plus, you have to get to know them.
So you’ve been reading up on Net Promoter Score. Your colleagues in the SaaS world tell you that it’s the best way to take your customers’ pulse. You’ve seen a few case studies claiming it’s the only number you need to measure.
Are you trying to improve the way you treat customers at your Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) business?
Imagine a lion tamer in the center of a circus ring, whip in one hand, a wooden chair in the other. The lion stares at the man, unsure of its next move. The crowd waits anxiously for the lion to strike — but nothing happens. The angry lion has been tamed, without brute force or coercion.
In-product tools can be extremely valuable to a business. Google Analytics, Mixpanel, Optimizely, Crazy Egg…I’m sure we all have a few we can’t live without. But if your technical resources are constrained, even the easiest tools to install end up somewhere in the development pipeline. As the non-technical side of the house, I know how hard it can be to wait to test out a new shiny tool.
Here at Wootric we’re big fans of Intercom. We use it ourselves to have meaningful conversations with our customers. Not surprisingly, our customers also tend to share the same passion for reaching their own customers in product, in the experience.
Net Promoter Score is a powerful and easy way to get a temperature check on your customers. And Software-as-a-Service, like any business, can benefit from customer listening.