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How can I best use a survey to promote my product and also learn what customers want? Are there different types of surveys I can send so that it doesn't become spammy? How often should I send the surveys?

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Last Post by edhardy
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It depends who you are surveying and how you are surveying. Will you be calling each customer and asking them to complete a survey or just emailing them? Also, think of an incentive to offer for completed survey takers.
I would limit to one survey per quarter or year or at an ad-hoc basis, not every week. You dont want to tire your customer base.

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sounds not that bad
when u doing the survey, put yourself in the shoes of the interviewee
don't pushing them

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It really depnds on the product or service you want to promote. Doing surveys for the money is certainly important to a lot of people and the hourly rate can work out extremely well.

An e-mail or blog post with a compelling attention grabber seems to be imperative to capture the audience for that little time needed to complete a survey. I look forward to reading some dynamite attention getters. Looking for something creative, new and enticing!

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Just from the common users' point of view, I won't mind take some time to do hep with some research on line. But, on the street, when I am going to hang out with my friends?--definitely no!

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