Having consumers to respond to feedback requests is a problem for businesses of all kinds. According to Customer Experience Magazine, just 1 out of every 26 dissatisfied consumers can take the time to provide reviews. The rest of them should just move their company somewhere else.
To help you beat this statistic and increase your response time, we will discuss the timing of customer reviews and how you can use it to your advantage.
Timing Matters in Consumer Reviews
Timing is one of the most important things to remember when asking for input from the consumer. It is one of the main factors of whether or not the consumer reacts. And if they don’t respond, you don’t have any input.
There are some feedback approaches that most people will derive from their own experiences of being asked for input.
Yet there are more complex ways to incorporate customer feedback scheduling, such as understanding which day of the week is the best time for customer feedback.
Tips To Improve Customer Feedback Response