Our survey software is packed with features to help you quickly and easily reach your customers and capture their feedback and opinions. All plans benefit from unlimited surveys, ready-made templates and a wide variety of question types.
For more demanding needs our paid plans include more advanced question types and survey logic. Enterprise plans add out-of-the-box CX questions, plus survey dashboards and sophisticated custom variable options.
Customer satisfaction can be measured at many touchpoints and your surveys can reflect this, with flexible and powerful distribution options built in. All plans allow unique links for easy sharing and tracking of your surveys, or to embed your questionnaire into your website.
Business plans and above introduce the option to send and track your survey invites using our dedicated email distribution tool. Enterprise plans extend this further with options for SMS, web exit surveys, offline surveys, and kiosk mode.
Our platform provides the tools you need to reveal the most important feedback. All plans let you view your responses in real-time, with the benefit of a visual summary to quickly make sense of your data.
Paid plans extend reporting and analysis even further with customisable charts, word clouds and filtering tools, and the option to create, save and share these custom reports. Business plans and above go still further with raw and summary data, cross tab exports and report scheduling.
In today’s consumer centric environment, customer satisfaction is so much more than simply just doing enough for your customers. To be truly customer-led, you need to be insight driven. By asking effective questions that let you find out what customers are doing, feeling and thinking you can identify positive and negative issues and remedy any problems.
Whether run as part of a larger customer experience programme, or as an occasional way to capture customer sentiment, taking a more holistic approach to delighting your customers will help build loyalty and generate word of mouth referrals that grow your business.
By giving your customers a voice, you can define the products and services that will meet their needs and help you excel in customer experience strategy, after all – happy customers who want to do business with you again are a winning formula for growth.
It is essential to know what aspects of your business customers are happy with and what needs improving. Consumers have a multitude of online options at their fingertips to find what they want, with three out of four people consulting social media before buying. A satisfied customer will potentially refer your business to other people and contribute up to 14 times more revenue than a dissatisfied customer who might tell others not to buy from you.
Over 90% of customers never complain, they just leave and never come back. By surveying your customers you will build the knowledge needed to identify unhappy customers, remedy the problems and reduce customer churn. For example, by scheduling an automated survey invitation to be sent upon completion of delivery, allows you to take a personal approach to customer service which will encourage increased customer retention rates.
Net Promoter Score is a popular tool used to measure customer satisfaction, calculated based on asking a single questions – ‘how likely would you be to recommend this [product / organisation / service] to a friend or colleague? By adding an NPS question to your survey, you can quickly measure how happy customers are with you and whether or not they would recommend your business. Tracking your NPS gives you a clear idea on the challenges facing your business.
A well-designed customer satisfaction survey, providing feedback on what buyers think, will give you the understanding you need to enrich every element of the customer journey – from awareness to advocacy.
Significant marketing effort and expense is spent on attracting customers but it is not the only measurable objective. 70% of the customer journey is generally complete before a buyer reaches out to you so it makes sense to understand how you can help buyers to progress down the path to purchase. Businesses need to stay relevant and measuring customer satisfaction will inform you of what you are doing well and what you could be doing to improve your business.
Customer satisfaction surveys will let you find customer pain points at each stage of the buyer’s journey. What do they like or dislike? What is preventing them from moving down the purchase funnel? What is helping or hindering customer engagement? What functionality or service are they looking for? By listening and acting on the information demonstrates that you value your reputation as a customer-friendly brand that truly aims to serve customers.
Identify buyer’s needs – create brand awareness for your business by sending domain branded surveys with a unique theme.
Drill down into the things that matter to your customers. Find out what they require to be satisfied or even better, delighted.
Find out how you stand out from your competition. Is your customer support available when needed? Is your product easy to use?
Identify the key criteria of customer pain points. Find out what they need to solve their problem or meet their need.
Find out how your product can meet future needs. Would a loyalty programme incentivise more purchases? Is customer support essential to the purchase?
Make sure once your customer has invested that they have everything they need. Is there anything else you could provide to exceed expectations?
Collect feedback on you customer representatives. Is the online help section of your website extensive enough? Would they like to receive push notifications?
Communicate with your customers – find out what will make them stick with you. Are they interested in new features or complementary products?
Strategies for measuring customer satisfaction are constantly evolving, with a variety of channels that can be used to engage with customers. All methods for collecting feedback to measure customer satisfaction can be easily set up from your survey account and include:
By collecting feedback and identifying trends you can connect with customers and exceed expectations by responding to comments quickly. Online customer satisfaction surveys can be used to gather feedback throughout all the stages of the customer journey.
Once you have collected insights from your customers, the next challenge is to report them effectively. Powerful reporting features will allow you to view results in real-time and produce custom graphs and charts to summarise results. Results are downloadable and easily shared with colleagues. For a flavour of data visualisation, see our CSAT calculator.
Customer satisfaction surveys can provide information to define short and long term goals for your brand and identify opportunities to provide better support. By sending out feedback surveys you can measure how well your support team is doing and find out what your customers need.
By having a clear understanding of what customers want, you can empower employees to meet and exceed these requirements and discover opportunities to improve levels of customer service. For example; if customers want a quicker response to their email requests, assess the resources in your customer service department, set response rate goals then train members of staff to meet the targets.
By benchmarking data over time, you can track improvements and continue to refine customer service levels.
It’s important to remember that customer satisfaction surveys need to provide actionable insight to be successful. The results need to provide you with the information you need to keep your customers happy and coming back time and time again.
Our survey software is user friendly yet packed full of advanced features. Find out how our platform can deliver the results you need.