defining the value proposition to follow a focused strategy
enhancing product experiences and feature adoption
building target personas to generate new leads
Product-market fit survey questions help you learn a lot from existing customers. How much do they depend on the product offering?What value do loyal customers get out of your product? Is your product satisfying current demand? Are there competitors out there who also satisfy demand? A PMF score of 40% or higher who are “very disappointed” means the product is valued enough for a clear customer need.
Visit the statistics page to view the PMF survey results. Send routinely product-market fit questions, and keep an eye on the month on month trends. You’ll be able to see if your improvements are valued by your customers!
Share specific feedback with stakeholders to really act on customer pain points. Tag your team members, copy feedback link, or send through integrations.
Respond to customers directly through Usersnap. After they’ve taken the product-market fit questionnaire, close the loop with good news that their feedback has been implemented. Invite them to a user interview call, or ask for a public review if they are happy and satisfied.
Google's HEART framework consists of five key metrics for the different aspects of the user experience.
Pricing and packaging your products and services is a continuous optimization process and requires profound understanding of your users, buyers, as well as competitors.
Understanding the Jobs-to-Be-Done is the cornerstone of successful product design and delivery.
Hear how customers feel about their effort required with your product.
Ask the right users at the right time to join you for a future research interview.
Confirm all testing scenarios internally in preparation for your beta release.
Make reporting issues faster for your users, with screenshots, a comment, and annotations.