Gathering qualitative information with online surveys before A/B testing your site is the most efficient way to find out what the core issue is. This way you are not randomly testing items but testing what affects the user the most in the decision process. Here are three of the most common ways to survey website visitors online. The type of information and the number of responses you require will determine the type of survey you would use.
This spring, I set a goal for myself: to learn how to ride a unicycle, with the ultimate goal being to do mountain unicycling (Muni Video). I had another goal, to launch a startup, Ometrics.com. During this process, I started noticing two things.
Has this happened to you?
You’ve got a fantastic survey to give out to your customers that’s going to change your business for the better. The questions are up and ready to go. The multiple-choice bubbles are just waiting to be filled in. There’s just one thing left to do…
Get people to actually answer it!
Here’s how to pull in survey respondents who are ready, willing and eager to answer your questionnaire with gusto.
You have questions and your website users have answers. Use your online space well and choose from these questions for your online feedback tabs. This data is can be used to find hidden user blocks for conversion rate optimization. You’ll never know what you’ll find out until you ask.
Every website owner wants to convert their online readers into customers and clients. Each website user who comes to a website has a problem and an opinion. Merge the two together with simple feedback survey that give insight to a target market and you have a winning combination.
Here’s how to improve conversion rate optimization with quality questions and tools that make it easy to implement.