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Customer satisfaction is one of the few levers small businesses can pull to differentiate themselves in competitive marketplaces. The best customer experience usually wins. That’s why customer satisfaction surveys matter.

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Selecting the right channel to ask your customers for feedback might take you to various options. Such as to a feedback widget on your website, social media poll, email (that is however often viewed as spam), or live chat. And mobile phone, of course.

The recent pandemic is helping Apple, Google and other tech companies replace our wallets with our mobile phones. Before this pandemic, mobile payments were driven by convenience. While convenience is still very important, the pandemic has also put a spotlight on how safe mobile payments are. Contactless payments are a stepping stone. When the pandemic recedes, many of us will go out just with our keys and mobile phone. All major credit cards work with mobile wallets. Yet mobile wallets are not just about payments. Mobile wallets provide a new and powerful marketing and loyalty platform. As your digital coupons, tickets, boarding passes, or loyalty and customer cards work with them very well, too.

Mobile wallets provide a new and powerful marketing and loyalty platform

Reaching out to your customers through the mobile phone is a great way that generates the best responses. People overwhelmingly prefer mobile for surveys. Twice as many brand experiences happen on mobile phones than anywhere else, including TV, or in-store. 8 out of 10 mobile brand experiences are described as positive as it is easy, helpful, and convenient. Businesses should meet their customers where they are and tailor their surveys around their customers’ preferred channel. So people can respond with minimal effort.

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Digital Stay Pass

You maybe run your hotel or make your living in a super competitive space of VIP and concierge services. And you provide your guests with a digital stay pass for the mobile wallet. Instead of an old-fashioned plastic card with a magnetic strip, or a not really environment-friendly paper print-out.

Engage your guest with the most direct communication

This digital stay pass plays the role of a smart bookmark to the entire stay providing people with all details. It can also help you engage your guest with the most direct communication. Get his attention upon his departure and politely ask for his opinion.

Get his attention upon his departure

There is nothing easier than using the geo-location messaging feature on your digital stay pass. A creative message that includes a clickable link to your survey will pop up on your guest’s mobile phone lock screen at predefined locations. For example in the check-in area at the town’s airport, railway station, bus terminal, or major petrol stations. Such location-based notifications feel extremely relevant.

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