Here are just a few examples of areas where you can use product feedback surveys to help your business grow.
Get feedback on your product that's currently on the market. Learn what customers like and dislike, and what updates you can make to improve the experience for current users and attract new customers. Check out a live example here.
Whether you're early on in the planning process or you're just about to send your product to market, a survey can help you discover whether you have the right target audience and the right features.
Follow up on your delivered products to find out how features, details and looks are holding up. A product quality survey can help pinpoint design flaws and wins to help you improve your product.
Less isn't necessarily more, and more may not be better. Use a product satisfaction survey to find out what your clients think about the features your product has, the features they never use, and the features they'd love to see.
For software and applications, nothing beats usability testing to help you understand how your product is being used. Assign tasks, then use a product survey to see how easy your application is to use.
Determining the correct pricing is an art in itself. Too much, and you will loose customers to competitors. Too little, and you will miss out on revenue. Pricing polls can show if your product is priced appropriately for your market.