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    Gauge Satisfaction With Customer Satisfaction Questionnaires

    In today’s business climate, phenomena such as customer satisfaction questionnaires are frequent occurrences as companies strive to gauge how satisfied customers are with their products or services. Gauging customer satisfaction is essential for assessing customer loyalty and learning what should be improved, in order to enhance that loyalty, by achieving greater satisfaction after improving areas in need of changes for the better.

    There are two popular manners of attracting customers to complete a customer satisfaction questionnaire. One of them is by including questionnaire codes and website addresses in sales receipts. Another equally popular method is by taking down customers’ email addresses when they make their purchases. Offering incentives to customers for giving their email addresses and for completing online questionnaires is a rewarding policy which attracts more customers and hence helps to gauge customer satisfaction on a wider scale.

    To gauge CSAT questionnaires filled online, there are a few indispensable rules to be observed. The process of filling should be seamless and smooth, with about 10 customer satisfaction questions to be answered, so as not to put off respondents with too long questionnaires. Furthermore, questionnaires to be answered online by customers should be easily accessible not only from desktop computers, but also from tablets and mobile phones.

    To be able to successfully and accurately gauge satisfaction among customers, online questionnaires should be drawn up accordingly with the goals set, and their authors should decide if they are targeting customers’ general opinions on the company business products, or they would like to understand customers’ experience and attitudes with respect to specific aspects, services, etc. In the latter case, questionnaires should include specific questions related to the topic alone.

    After customers have filled online questionnaires, follow up thank you email messages sent by the online survey software are an expression of the company’s appreciation of the time and efforts taken to submit the information and share the extent of satisfaction on part of respondents.

    Customer satisfaction questionnaires are a prompt, convenient and powerful tool of assessing what the specific business is doing right, and which areas need more or less improvement. The role of customers who share the extent of their satisfaction and offer recommendations is invaluable. Their cooperation helps to gauge their satisfaction and introduce the changes needed.

    With the vast capabilities for shopping on the online market, without limitations to countries, time, etc., it is essential for companies to gauge customer satisfaction to stay ahead of competitors and keep the level of products and services on a par with expectations and demands. The number of companies offering their products and services is expanding by the minute, so businesses which are aware of the importance of customer questionnaires as gauging tools they can apply to assess their customers’ satisfaction take great care to offer questionnaire filling as often as possible, to keep abreast of customers’ opinions and recommendations. The data obtained is valuable for the improvement of businesses, to meet satisfaction among customers to an increasingly higher extent.

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    Phil Cleave

    Phil is part of the Content team at SmartSurvey and has over 20 years experience in the PR and Comms sector writing for Tech Companies.

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