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  1. Today, developing a SaaS product and launching it in the market is easier than ever before. The good news is that there is a market for almost every quality product. With platforms like Siftery, Product Hunt, and Stack Share, product discovery for and access to early adopters has become a cake walk. However, every SaaS founder takes a leap of faith when building a new product. The success of this leap depends largely on how good the product’s roadmap is. The product roadmap doesn’t necessarily mean that the product must have a definitive feature list with a meticulously carved release plan. For me, it is more important that the product roadmap have a clear identification of the customer problems that the product will continue to solve with every new feature. And most importantly, it must answer how the “build-measure-learn” feedback loop will be incorporated into the product.
    http://customerthink.com/using-customer-feedback-to-build-the-right-product-roadmap-for-saas/
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  2. Conversational surveys such as Wizu massively improve the survey experience by offering a more engaging, interactive and personalised survey. In some ways conversational surveys are going back to the old-style face to face interviews by gaining deeper insight through conversations. However rather than deploying hundreds of interviewers armed with a clipboard, you can utilise one chatbot to conduct your surveys.
    https://www.mycustomer.com/community/blogs/wizu/5-reasons-to-be-using-conversational-surveys/
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  3. Choosing the right user feedback software, or any type of software for that matter, is a very delicate process for many businesses. Typically, the team (or role) appointed to choosing the software will start by gathering key criteria that is considered important for the business. Then they must find a suitable vendor that meets that criteria and hope that the implementation process goes as smoothly as possible. On the surface this may seem like a fairly simple task, however, according to an IBM study, only 40% (less than half!) of IT projects meet schedule, budget and quality goals.
    https://mopinion.com/9-tips-for-choosing-the-right-user-feedback-software/
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  4. 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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  5. All businesses need customer feedback, but unlike the online world, brick and mortar businesses very often won’t have a customer’s email address or mobile number to ask for it. Customers walk in the door and eat, buy something or avail of your services and then leave. As a business owner, you can ask them in person if they enjoyed the meal, had a good checkout experience or were satisfied with the haircut.
    https://customerthink.com/5-ways-to-capture-customer-feedback-in-physical-locations/
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