Posts Tagged: Customer feedback

The best dating apps 2018 ranked – which one finds you the big love?

I can’t deny feeling like channelling Carrie Bradshaw, as I sit in front of my MacBook, feverishly typing this post, sipping on my black coffee and thinking back to past dating experiences. Well, Carrie did not have the luxury of using the plethora of dating apps we do today. She didn’t have to – living in the dating mecca that is New York City, and having a Mr Big pretty much around every corner. Today,…

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Why invest in the Net Promoter Score?

Are you wondering whether to invest in the Net Promoter Score (NPS) to improve your customer experience? The debate is rife amongst NPS evangelists and those who are more doubtful, so here I share some examples of companies who have invested in NPS and made real improvements.

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Why you need to mine positive scores for negative themes

Your survey results look awesome. The scores are high and customers seem generally happy. Most survey responses have top-box ratings, which means the customer selected one of the two highest rating options. Nothing to worry about, right? Not so fast. There might be a hidden danger lurking in those positive surveys. One client I worked with had as many of 5% of their top box survey scores contain negative comments. In other words, the score…

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Emotional Analysis of Customer Feedback – The Missing Link

According to Bruce Temkin’s 2016 study, after a positive emotional experience, customers are 15 times more likely to recommend a company. 15 times more likely! That’s a huge difference. Not surprisingly, emotion analysis is receiving a lot of buzz. But do the current solutions deliver on the key question that companies should be asking themselves: How can we provide a positive emotional experience to our customers? How can we provide a positive emotional experience to our…

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Actionable insights: can data analysis software deliver them?

When it comes to making sense of data, getting actionable insights is the holy grail. But what does this even mean? When is a finding an insight? When is an insight actionable? Can data analysis deliver them? Let’s get to the bottom of this by looking at some examples. Imagine, you have conducted a survey of 100,000 students, and you seek actionable insights for what to improve at a university. Non-insightful vs. Insightful Knowledge Non-insightful…

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Top 3 reasons why most NLP fails

Understanding customer comments, on a large scale, needs to be automated. So, it requires Natural Language Processing (NLP) or Text Analytics. Unfortunately, most open-source NLP tools were developed on text researchers have easy access to. These are typically news articles, research papers and movie reviews. I learned that the analysis of customer comments is quite different, and here is why.

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The rise and fall of open-ended questions

Recently I had an interesting discussion with Ron Stroeven, one the founders of Infotools, about open-enders, short for open-ended questions. In 1990 Infotools was established, but Ron has worked in market research far longer than that. He has a wealth of experience in survey design and data analysis, so it was fascinating to hear his view on open-enders, their history, and future.

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