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  1. As shown in a research carried out by Capital One, only 9 percent of travelers will book a trip based on brand loyalty. Tough crowd, right? Absolutely, and the truth is, we’re all susceptible to it. In this industry, people are more inclined to just go with the cheapest option. This is why travel organisations have to be more tactical in attracting and engendering loyalty from their customers.

    More forward-thinking travel organisations are taking it one step further and setting themselves apart from the myriad of competitors out there and they’re doing this by way of personalised customer experiences – better known to travel marketers as ‘personalisation’.

    Here’s a closer look at personalisation in the travel industry and the power of intertwining this customer data with user feedback.
    https://mopinion.com/combining-customer-profiles-with-user-feedback/
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  2. User personas are a challenging yet most important thing to understand when it comes to web designing. UX or user experience has been a debatable topic for quite long. While every app development company or UX designer has their own way or perception of user experience, there are some tested and fail-proof tips and ideas that will help you understand the user experience in a better way.
    https://customerthink.com/understanding-the-user-experience-tips-and-tricks/
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  3. An app’s store rating has a tremendous impact on how well an app ranks in the app store and strongly influences what percentage of store listing impressions result in downloads. Many apps (and by extension businesses) live and die with their app store ratings. At the same time, app store ratings are simply a reflection of how well an app is received and how it interacts with its users. Many would-be negative reviews can be circumvented through in-app feedback mechanisms. In turn, many potential positive reviews are left unfulfilled because a user was not properly prompted. This article will explore how apps and app owners can combat negative reviews, successfully solicit positive reviews, and even convert 1-star ratings into 5-stars.
    https://customerthink.com/user-feedback-management-and-app-store-ratings/
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  4. So you’ve started your company, you’ve been building like crazy, and you’ve just launched your first prototype. What’s the next step (after congratulating yourself, of course)? Well, sit back, watch, and—get ready to learn.

    As you see your first few users try out your product, you should be asking yourself (and them!) all kinds of questions: Were the assumptions on which you built the product correct? Do users find it captivating and valuable? What’s missing? What’s confusing? Often times, you’ll find that there are features that you thought were important to users that aren’t—and vice versa.

    So, once you launch your alpha, your beta, or really any major product or feature, use these methods for collecting great feedback.
    https://www.themuse.com/advice/tell-me-what-you-think-4-great-ways-to-get-user-feedback/
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  5. Do you collect user or customer feedback? If so, how are you using it to improve your website or online business? Reaching out to your visitors and asking them how they like your site and areas for improvement is one of the best ways to better your product or business.
    http://www.addthis.com/blog/2015/09/29/5-ways-to-collect-user-feedback-and-improve-your-website/#.Wv1xt0iFPIV/
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  6. There are millions of random apps out there are in App Store and Google Pay. There are also millions of products at shopping malls. The point is that a lot of supply doesn’t necessarily mean a good thing. Many companies create products just for the sake of creating them and will try to commercialize. Most of those products fail and that happens pretty often. The reason behind it is because those products are not designed to fit the actual needs of the potential customers.
    https://www.forbesmiddleeast.com/en/how-to-design-a-perfect-user-experience/
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  7. It’s no secret healthcare has improved with technology. I can schedule an appointment with my doctor, view my medical record, and fill a prescription all from an app on my phone. Robotics has changed the way surgery is completed. Human organs are being printed using 3D printers. However, with all these amazing steps towards healthcare of the future, we are missing one important factor: digital user experience.
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/danielnewman/2018/04/20/why-digital-transformation-in-healthcare-needs-to-prioritize-user-experience/#33f747124bb8/
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  8. Whether you create your product for external clients, consumers, or internal users, your users will eventually see some version of your product. Maybe that’s a wireframe, a clickable prototype, an interactive prototype with dummy data, or a live product. New feature requests and change requests at any stage of development, especially after launch, are a fact of life for most products that have users.

    Sooner or later, change requests from different users will start to contradict each other, or become too difficult to implement. This may make you rethink your product’s purpose. Product teams, engineering teams, and other stakeholders need ways to make sense of that.
    https://www.brainleaf.com/blog/brainleaf-news/prioritize-user-feedback/
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  9. “Last year was pretty hard, I’m not gonna lie,” says Peter Deng, Uber’s head of rider experience. But as part of new CEO Dara Khosrowshahi’s push to rebrand Uber around safety, Deng says, “we’ve seen the company shift to more listening.”

    That focus on hearing users’ concerns prompted today’s change. Have a bad Uber ride when you’re busy and you might neglect to rate the driver or accidentally rush through giving them 5 stars. Forcing users to wait until a ride ends to provide feedback deprives them of a sense of control, while decreasing the number of accurate data points Uber has to optimize its service.
    https://techcrunch.com/2018/05/14/uber-mid-ride-rating/
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  10. With more than 71 percent of businesses now advertising on social platforms, it’s safe to say that social media isn’t going to disappear anytime soon. However, in an office environment, are these methods of communication and interaction beneficial or not?
    http://www.adweek.com/digital/how-social-media-actually-boosts-efficiency-in-an-office-environment/
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