Information Overload: How Do We Know What's Really Important Anymore?
Tip #1 Make it Easy to See What's Happening Right Now
Have a Unified Dashboard that Incorporates Real Time Data
Enterprise Feedback Management with Access to Real Time Data
Tip #2 Get Feedback Quickly When You Need It
Conducting Short and To the Point Micro Surveys
Micro Surveys are quickly evolving to gain little bits of data from a specific target. For those who are constantly moving quickly, micro surveys are very manageable and will not take up much time in your schedule. They take much less time to setup, and micro surveys are likely to get much higher respondent numbers. Unlike traditional surveys that are often sent well after the fact and difficult to get a high response rate, micro surveys are in the moment and respondents are likely to respond especially if they are only one or two quick questions. Using open ended text questions can help you learn a lot from your website visitors or users of your software or service. There are multiple ways to deliver micro surveys and we would like to highlight how powerful a plain old traditional e-mail can be. Users are more likely to respond when they do not have to click on a link. Other ways to capture information using micro surveys include incorporating a Feedback tab onto the side of your website, or by having a "drop-in" survey on your website after a certain amount of time that targets new visitors only.
Website Intercept Micro Surveys are Simple!