Surveys on Your Social Media Platform Can Be Truly Effective – See How!

Business Blogging 05/28/2013
We all know that social media is a great tool to use to reach your clients and having a survey posted there can provide great insights to your business. If you already have a good size community that follows you and you would like to hear their feedback in an organized matter, online surveys could be the perfect choice for you. Let's say that Facebook is your primary target community; you can easily reach out to them without having to pay an market research company. Posting a survey on your social media page can help you learn more about your followers perception and thoughts regarding your brand, products, services or even your new creative ideas. Posting your survey in front of your followers is quite easy, too. That’s right, you just need to copy and paste the private link of your Tellwut survey to your social media location and ask your fans to participate. They will be more likely to vote and provide feedback, especially if you have a draw to give away your product or complimentary service (just a suggestion). Once your survey is live and posted on your social media platform such as your business Facebook wall, you will have access to real-time results to analyze the questions asked. There are a variety of topics you can cover from customer satisfaction surveys to your last advertising campaign or company event. There are plenty of options for gaining feedback! You can also take advantage of the survey features and add a customized message for your survey voters sending them with an exit link to your promo code, special or giveaway draw sign-in page. People on Facebook are there because they want to be there and they are your fans because they want to be. Following that, they will take your survey because they want to be a part of it and not because you force them. Therefore, the voters should be pretty honest and express their true attitudes towards your brand. Fans usually support and want to help you grow and move forward. Whatever decisions you make, don’t forget to follow the general guidelines of how to create surveys so that you optimize the results and gain a deep insight of what you need to know. And you shouldn’t be limited to only Facebook. You can post your private survey links on other social community platforms like Twitter, Google+ or even LinkedIn.   To join our business e-newsletter list and get new business ideas, special discounts, consumer insights, and much more, click here. Happy surveying!

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