Customer Satisfaction Surveys

Customer Satisfaction Surveys

On or offline customer satisfaction surveys can be a one-off or employed as a rolling survey to capture information on an ongoing basis. 

Whether formulaic, for example, a bank asking straightforward purchasing decision questions, to more nuanced competitor sentiment style projects that demand the full expertise of our reputation team to design and interpret the data, customer satisfaction surveys are key components in many of our campaigns.

Customising customer satisfaction research to suit your needs

Our agency understands that PR and marketing professionals operate in diverse industries with unique objectives and target audiences. That’s why we offer a wide range of customisation options for our customer satisfaction surveys. We believe in tailoring our surveys to meet the specific needs and requirements of each organisation we work with.

When it comes to customisation, we offer flexibility in various aspects of the survey design:

1. Questionnaire design: We can work closely with PR and marketing professionals to craft a questionnaire that aligns with their specific goals. Whether they require formulaic and straightforward questions or more nuanced queries to gauge competitor sentiment, our experienced team will ensure the survey captures the desired information effectively.

2. Branding and aesthetics: We understand the importance of maintaining brand consistency. Our surveys can be fully customised to reflect the client’s branding guidelines, including logos, colour schemes, and overall visual aesthetics. This ensures that the survey seamlessly integrates with their existing brand identity, enhancing professionalism and trust.

3. Target audience segmentation: We recognise that different organisations have distinct target audiences. Our surveys can be tailored to gather insights from specific demographic groups, allowing PR and marketing professionals to understand the preferences, behaviours, and satisfaction levels of their key customer segments. This level of customisation enables more targeted and effective marketing strategies.

4. Survey distribution channels: We offer flexibility in choosing the most appropriate channels to reach the desired audience. Whether it’s online surveys, email campaigns, social media platforms, or even offline methods, we can adapt to the preferred communication channels of the organisation and its target market.

5. Reporting and analysis: Our customisation options extend beyond survey design. We also provide tailored reporting and analysis services. Based on the specific objectives of the PR and marketing professionals, we can generate comprehensive reports that highlight key findings, trends, and actionable insights. This allows our clients to make informed decisions and develop effective PR and marketing strategies.

With our wide range of customisation options, we can cater to organizations across various sectors. Whether they operate in finance, healthcare, technology, retail, or any other industry, our surveys can be adapted to suit their specific needs. Our team of experts will work closely with PR and marketing professionals to ensure the surveys capture the relevant information, provide valuable insights, and ultimately contribute to their success.

By emphasising our ability to customise surveys, we empower PR and marketing professionals to gather the precise data they need to make informed decisions and drive impactful campaigns that resonate with their target audience.

The Many Benefits of Customer Satisfaction Surveys

There’s certainly no shortage of useful insight to be gained from customer satisfaction surveys. From identifying how, where, when and why your products are used to the demographics of those using them (and not using them!) to satisfaction ratings.

If you want to continually delight your customers, to design, develop and deliver products that fulfil a genuine need them you genuinely need to know what they think. No guessing, no assumption, no gut feelings – just fact. Truths we discover through carefully crafted customer surveys.

Product Healthcheck

Our Product Healthcheck surveys provide valuable insights into your customers’ relationships with your products or services. By delving into the details, we help you understand key aspects such as where and how your customers interact with your offerings, what they like most about them, and areas for improvement. Our surveys address essential questions, including:

1. Interactions and touchpoints: We identify the various touchpoints where customers engage with your products or services. This could include online platforms, physical locations, customer support channels, or any other points of contact. Understanding these interactions enables you to optimise customer experiences at each touchpoint.

2. Product enhancements and suggestions: We explore how your product or service could be improved to better meet customer needs and expectations. By gathering feedback on what could be added, enhanced, or even eliminated, we provide actionable insights that drive innovation and product development.

3. Satisfaction levels: Our surveys assess the satisfaction levels of your customers. By measuring their level of satisfaction or dissatisfaction, you gain a clear understanding of how well your products or services meet their expectations. This information allows you to address any areas of concern and enhance customer satisfaction.

Demographics and Psychographics

In addition to demographic information, understanding the psychographics of your target audience is crucial for effective marketing strategies. Our surveys delve into the desires, frustrations, and personalities of the people you seek to engage with. By employing empathy and considering their worldviews, we enable you to develop a deep understanding of your customers. Key areas we focus on include:

1. Desires and aspirations: We uncover the underlying desires and aspirations of your target audience. By understanding what drives and motivates them, you can tailor your messaging and offerings to resonate with their core needs.

2. Frustrations and pain points: Our surveys help identify the frustrations and pain points your customers encounter. By addressing these challenges head-on, you can position your products or services as solutions, effectively addressing their pain points and providing a superior customer experience.

3. Personalities and preferences: We explore the personalities and preferences of your target audience. This information helps you craft marketing campaigns and messages that appeal to their unique characteristics, increasing the likelihood of engagement and conversions.

Satisfaction Scale (e.g., Net Promoter Score)

To gain a clear understanding of customer satisfaction, we employ number-based or semiotics-based surveys, such as the Net Promoter Score (NPS). These surveys allow you to quickly gather specific information that may not otherwise be addressed by your clients. Benefits of using satisfaction scale surveys include:

1. Laser-guided information gathering: By utilising satisfaction scale surveys, you can focus on specific aspects of your business that you want to prioritise. These surveys allow you to home in on key areas and obtain targeted feedback to guide your decision-making and improvement efforts.

2. Setting the survey agenda: With satisfaction scale surveys, you have control over the survey agenda. You can choose the specific questions and criteria that align with your business objectives and gather data that is most relevant to your organisation.

Open-Ended Qualitative Feedback

Our open-text surveys provide a rich source of discovery through customers’ own language and opinions. By posing open-ended questions such as “How can we improve your customer experience?” we enable customers to express their thoughts and suggestions freely. Benefits of open-ended qualitative feedback include:

1. Broad range of input: Open-text surveys allow customers to provide feedback in their own words, enabling you to explore a broader range of perspectives and ideas. This unrestricted feedback can uncover valuable insights and identify themes that may have been overlooked.

2. Semantic analysis for theme identification: We employ careful semantic analysis techniques to identify recurring themes and patterns within the qualitative feedback. This analysis reveals insights related to business processes, performance, and product preferences, enabling you to shape future product development and marketing strategies.

By leveraging open-ended qualitative feedback, you tap into the collective wisdom of your customers, uncovering themes and suggestions that may not have been known or considered previously. This valuable input guides your decision-making and empowers you to create customer-centric strategies.

Often, what we think is essential, is life-changing, is irrelevant, is annoying, is easy, is useful, is enough to make you walk away in disgust or enough to make you commit to for life – isn’t. Well, certainly not for our customers. 

  • When we thought it was GDPR that mattered, it wasn’t – it was security.
  • When we thought it was the price that mattered, it wasn’t – it was reliability.
  • When we thought it was new that mattered – actually, it wasn’t – it was familiarity.

And the only way you’ll ever really know that? Is by asking.

Find out how we use customer satisfaction surveys to deliver deep insights, important insights and to inspire PR campaigns to grow business.

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