1. Include a prize
“What’s in it for me?” is a question that always springs to a stakeholder his mind when you ask them to take part in a survey. Including a prize (or at least giving people who complete the survey a chance at winning one), gives your target audiënce that little extra nudge
they need to take part.
2. Make your survey interactive
Once you’ve reeled your customers in, keeping them entertained
so that they complete the entire survey is key. Survey Anyplace
allows you to easily add images, videos, cool animations, interactive scratch cards, animated slot machines, … That’s right, surveys don’t have to be boring!
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3. Adapt your survey to multiple devices
Don’t risk losing respondents because of the device they use to access your survey. Play it safe by using Survey Anyplace to customize your volunteer satisfaction survey for multiple mobile devices
, so that it automatically adapts to the screen.
4. Create a volunteer satisfaction survey with skip logic
Don’t bore customers with questions that aren’t relevant to them. Create a survey that has skip logic
5. Make sure the survey covers all facets of volunteer satisfaction
In order to accurately measure volunteer satisfaction, a survey should cover 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. The rule of three
Measuring volunteer satisfactionis best done using 5-point, 7-point or 10-point scales in which zero means ‘utterly dissatisfied’. Each component of satisfaction should be represented in the form of three related questions
. For instance, volunteer satisfaction concerning an organization’s accessibility can be probed by the following questions:
- How satisfied are you with the amount of parking space?
- How satisfied are you with the size of the parking spots?
- How satisfied are you with travel time?
7. Basic demographics
Last but not least, 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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