1. Include an incentive
A few exceptions aside, stakeholders generally don’t like taking part in surveys unless there’s something in it for them. Linking your survey to an incentive (a chance at winning a special prize
, a discount, …) makes it all the more interesting for them to participate.
2. Create an interactive survey
‘Less is more’ doesn’t fly
when it comes to provider satisfaction surveys! Once you’ve gotten customers to take part, keeping them engaged is vital to prevent them from quitting the survey prematurely. Survey Anyplace
enables you to create surveys that have all the bells and whistles
with just a few clicks. You can easily add videos, cool animations, interactive scratch cards, animated slot machines, …
3. Make the survey compatible with multiple devices
As if getting stakeholders to participate in a survey isn’t hard enough, many respondents end up not completing the survey because it’s incompatible with their device. Play it safe by using Survey Anyplace
to customize your survey for multiple platforms, so that it automatically adapts to the respondent’s screen.
4. Provider satisfaction surveys work best with skip logic
There is no point in making your target audience answer questions that aren’t relevant to them. If anything, it will put them off your survey and leave you with no usable data whatsoever. Fortunately, creating a provider satisfaction survey that has skip logic
is not hard at all.
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5. Make sure the survey covers all facets of provider satisfaction
You will not be able to effectively measure provider satisfaction unless your survey covers all of the following topics:
- Does the product or service live up to your target audience’s expectations?
- How likely is your target audience to recommend your organization to a friend?
- How does your organization compare to the ‘ideal’ organization?
- How likely is the prospect to become a loyal customer?
- What are the stakeholder’s affective and cognitive impressions?
6. Ask each question at least three times
No, we don’t mean you should literally repeat each question. To be more precise, each component of satisfaction should gauged by at least three related questions. Each component of the questionnaire should consist of at least three related questions
. For example, provider satisfaction related to an organization’s premises can be gauged as follows:
- How satisfied are you with the seating capacity in the waiting area?
- How satisfied are you with our indoor directional signs?
- How satisfied are you with our air conditioning?
7. Basic demographics
Finally, the survey should include questions related to the stakeholder ’s personality and demographics
as well in order to support proper market segmentation analysis.
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