Save 35% Communication Time on Client Approval with Usersnap Board

Your clients look to you and your agency for functional, appealing websites. As the creative pro committed to customer satisfaction, you and your company must balance that goal while maintaining an efficient communication flow that allows you and your team to do your best work.

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Must try: Video screen recording eliminates user feedback confusions

I wish I can just send a video screen recording.

Please delete this sentence from your vocabulary. Because we’ve heard your wish loud and clear, and we’re excited to announce Usersnap is your wholesome video screen recording feedback tool

You can now see the entire flow of your users’ issue and save time in clarifying the steps of troubleshooting. Plus, your customers also save time in explaining what their screenshot means. Win-win.

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CX’er Huddle in the Feedback-Tribe with Adrian Brady-Cesana

Our digital fireside chat with Adrian Brady-Cesana was bombastic. Learn from an experienced CX expert who not only wrote a successful book but hosts a CX podcast on CXChronicles.com.

We are happy and proud to have him in our Feedback Tribe webinar (provided by Usersnap) as a guest to learn hands-on insights on how to optimize customer experience and the importance of CX for your business growth.

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Feature requests and how a feedback-driven SaaS company handles them

Struggling to figure out how to get more feature requests, evaluate and build them, and let your customers know that they’ve been released?

This is the story of how Christina, a product manager, set up a feature request workflow with a simple button in her product, so she could learn directly from the customers what to build next. That button sent new feature requests to the moon and is responsible for a huge part of the company’s monthly recurring revenue (MRR) growth.

Intrigued?

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Net Promoter Score (NPS): the right way to use it + case study

Do you keep hearing about Net Promoter Score (NPS) being a great tool for improving customer satisfaction, boosting customer lifetime value, and generating more revenue?

If you’re interested in learning what NPS is about and implementing it into your business – you’re in the right place.

In this guide, we’re going to go over what NPS is, as well as discuss its advantages and challenges. 

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A new experience on Usersnap: adding more context and improving efficiency for user feedback workflows

“Phew” is what your users say when they realize it’s that easy to take a screenshot of a bug. But can you win customers’ hearts with “phew”? Or do you need a “wow”?

The new Usersnap widget and project templates are here to boost your “wow” levels by making user feedback more versatile and adding research value to help you make wiser product decisions. 

Let’s enter the new era of feedback-driven software development 💪

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Will online stores ever beat real ones? + Survey results of what customers think

Ecommerce shopping has grown significantly in 2020, and many companies are questioning if it will replace the need for brick-and-mortar retail. While it’ll never likely get rid of every store on the block, there may be some customer groups and product types that shift online and never look back.

What’s important is figuring out if those are your customers or not. The odds are that many of your customers are spending more online right now than you (or they) expected. It’s a great opportunity for you now.

According to IBM, the COVID-19 pandemic pushed us all five years forward in our shift from physical retail to online shopping. Ecommerce revenue is expected to grow 20% this year while department stores will drop 60%, with many already closing.

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A guide to using testimonials and customer feedback in marketing emails + example templates

As per a report, “People are 270% more likely to purchase a product with five reviews than one with no reviews.” Crazy, right? That’s how crucial testimonials have become in a customer journey. 

With enhanced access to data and information, customers are becoming more aware of the products and services they are about to pay or are already paying for. Hence, testimonials have become a big deal to establish that ‘trust factor’ due to the ‘unbiased quotient’ and being the first-hand experience of a user who has already made a purchase. It becomes all the more important for a brand to leverage it properly so as to persuade a lead to become a customer.

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[Webinar] Breaking department silos to build great Customer Experience

Are your CX efforts not showing impact? Is your team working on customer journeys alone? Oh-uh.

Great customer experience can not be built by single departments, teams need to learn how to collaborate on CX initiatives together. We brought on 3 department leaders from 3 highly customer-centric organizations to talk in this panel.

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7 Reasons Why Developers Need To Embrace UX Design

Did you know that technical issues are the number one reason people delete apps off their phones? That’s right! More than 90% of the downloaded apps are deleted after one use.

Similarly, 88% of users don’t return to a website after bad user experience.

This is why UX matters. These days users expect remarkable experiences every time they interact with an app, products, support, or a website and in case they don’t get it, you may never have a second chance with them. 

So what’s a developer to do? 

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