15 Proven Product Survey Questions to Get the Best Insights in 2022

If you think you have a really great product, the success metrics shouldn’t lie: product usage up, churn down, more happy customers, increased MRR. Sounds easy on paper (or desktop), right? If you struggle knowing how great your product is, maybe product survey questions (and this article) can help.

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The Best 7 Typeform Alternatives for SaaS Companies Today

You know you need insights from users of your product, but aren’t quite sure how to do it. Does that sound like a familiar challenge? Luckily, you aren’t alone. Some folks resort to Typeform to help out in getting insights, which isn’t a bad choice at all. However, there are some Typeform alternatives to keep in mind. We know it is hard just collecting customer feedback, but then making decisions out of it becomes even tougher. Recently, we asked our own customers what their struggles were, and getting significantly more customer feedback was the 2nd biggest pain point that Usersnap helps them solve.

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The Top 9 Ways To Avoid Acquiescence Bias in Online Surveys

Are you a user researcher for a digital product? Do you sometimes lack the in-person connection while doing your research? Maybe you use online tools to collect data from people? Do you think survey bias ( or acquiescence bias) can distort the opinions, preferences, and responses those people give? 

If so, we have some advice for you.

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The future of product leaders: building with confidence

Five wild predictions, two true stories and some solid solutions for product leaders.

Building great products is a complex, challenging, and exhilarating job. Totally worth it 🙃. It requires product leaders to be strategic thinkers and forward-thinking by nature, as well as to see product opportunities when others are “lost” in ambiguity.

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