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  1. Have you ever asked a user of your product how they like it, and had them tell you it’s fantastic, super easy to use, and they love it?

    I bet it made you feel great didn’t it?

    Well… bad news… that kind of feedback sucks, and hearing it does nothing for you besides making you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

    In order to get feedback you can actually use to build a better product, you need to know the right questions to ask, and the right answers to look for.
    https://usabilityhour.com/user-feedback/
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  2. The very essence of a website's existence and success lies in its ability to optimize conversion rate – conversion optimization is both art and science that involves creativity as well as a systemized hypothesis. It is, in fact, a lot of fun and a game that gives marketers a sense of achievement and revenue to the business.

    A few things should always be considered while planning to get the best possible CRO results – there is no alternative to agility! Regular iterations and improvements followed by testing and measuring results is a constant thing of CRO.

    The following ten basics will set you on the path to healthy conversion optimization outcomes...
    https://www.martechadvisor.com/articles/ux-and-cro/10step-strategy-to-drive-conversion-rate-optimization-for-a-website/
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  3. Managing a better user experience is critical to almost every business. After all, it is part of the way that a customer engages with your company and/or your brand. It's important to get it right so that the customer has a positive experience. Without a good experience, you can lose customers and that can hurt your bottom line in the long run.
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2018/07/24/12-ways-to-improve-a-customers-user-experience/#499a322a1fc7/
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  4. With customer experience top of mind with forward thinking organizations, it's no surprise that user experience designers are in demand. In fact, survey data from Adobe on demand for user exerpience designers in February 2017 revelaed that, "Eighty-seven percent of managers said hiring more UX designers is the top priority for their organization: higher than graphic designers (76%) and product managers (74%), and tied with software engineers for top spot." "The demand for UX designers is still there. Just one look at Indeed’s job posting for UX designers speaks volumes, "said Cisco Guzman, director of product management at Adobe XD.
    https://www.cmswire.com/customer-experience/13-must-have-user-experience-ux-design-skills/
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  5. Online surveys are a quick and incredibly useful tool for gathering all sorts of user feedback. In next to no time you can whip something up using one of the many online survey tools out there (I particularly recommend SurveyGizmo) and start gathering feedback from real users.
    http://www.uxforthemasses.com/online-survey-questions/
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  6. Every business I know of wants to increase sales and make more money.

    In today’s technical and online environment, the only way to be successful is to have a steady flow of traffic to your website.

    Because Google is a major source of traffic, ranking high in the search results is critical.
    https://www.searchenginejournal.com/why-search-rankings-traffic-drop/264617/
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  7. Your newsletters don’t have to be a chore. Writing about what you do should be an enjoyable experience, and when it is, it will reflect in the content–which then leads to a better read for your users!

    One thing that can be frustrating is getting that content out there
    https://born2invest.com/articles/4-best-email-marketing-services-business/
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  8. Mobile apps have become the bread and butter for many digital marketers. This is mostly credited to the fact that a quality mobile app has the potential to promote and grow your business tremendously. It can open new channels of revenue, introduce you to new marketing strategies (e.g. location tracking), give you the opportunity to provide more modern social media campaigns and of course, enable you to focus more on user experience. However, as the famous Rocky Balboa (yes, I’m a fan) puts it, ‘it ain’t all sunshines and rainbows’. Developing a successful mobile app can be a demanding task that requires a lot of thought and understanding of what the customer needs. So what better way to explore what the customer needs than to ask them directly? Customer feedback makes that all too simple.
    https://mopinion.com/easy-to-use-mobile-app-feedback-form-templates/
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  9. 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/#7f495b3e4bb8/
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  10. 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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