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You’ve got ideas. Big ideas. About new ads, products, marketing messaging, and more. But how do you know whether you’ve got a winning concept that’ll boost sales?
We asked 500 marketing professionals how they know which of their ideas will be successful. And while the vast majority agreed that testing is important, we were surprised at how few had the time and money to consistently test.
Last year, we showed you how SurveyMonkey Audience uses surveys to test new ad concepts before launch. Since then, we’ve been hard at work perfecting our survey methodology to develop a scalable, repeatable process for creating sound concept test surveys for just about anything—including ads, images, book covers, product ideas, just to name a few.
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需知 1： 專注在客戶身上，而不僅是問題上
Often–especially when companies are really busy–the customer is lost and is replaced by the issue. The customer, in other words, becomes anonymous, and your customer service reps focus on the problem. Unfortunately, when this occurs, your customers are not given the customer care they deserve; instead, they are shuffled through the queue, with the issue checked off as “resolved” or “follow-up.”