Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Keep In Touch With Your Users/Customers

No company or organization is perfect. We all could do things to better our level of service, efficiency, and overall value given to our users or customers. A great way to learn whether or not you are doing things right and where you can improve is by asking your customers. In many cases you will find that your users/customers would love to provide you with feedback and help your business succeed - all you have to do is ask. Here are a few questions that you should consider asking your customers:

What Else Do You Wish Our Business Did?

Why Do You Enjoy Being My Customer?

Where Do You Think We Can Improve?

These are just a few questions and you surely can ask virtually any questions you wish, although the listed questions may be a proper start. Do not undervalue the importance of your users and you should always be working to better your business.

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