Customer surveys are a great way to learn what you’re doing right in your business, and what could stand to be improved. But when you only receive rudimentary feedback from customers, your opportunities for reevaluation are limited. To increase the amount of feedback you receive (and to avoid getting basic yes/no answers), you need to make surveys easy and fun for your customers. Respect their time and ask thoughtful questions to guarantee more engaged responses. Try asking open-ended questions that leave room for customers to expand, or incentivize the survey with a fun contest. We asked nine entrepreneurs from YECThe post 9 Ways to Get High-Quality Feedback From a Customer Survey appeared first on Blogging Tips.