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  1. Real-time customer feedback is a type of qualitative data collection, in which you receive live feedback from visitors on your website or mobile app. With real-time customer feedback, you can immediately see the needs and wishes of your visitors as well as monitor for potential problems such as bugs or missing information in the customer journey.
    https://mopinion.com/what-is-real-time-customer-feedback/
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  2. The holidays are here, which means many online retailers are stepping up their game and competing intensely for traffic on their websites. According to a study conducted by Deloitte, “more consumers plan to shop online for gifts than ever before” in 2016. In the United States alone, total holiday eCommerce sales are expected to reach $96-98 billion. This is huge! So how can you and your digital team maintain a smooth operation and happy customers while dealing with this massive influx of consumers? The answer is simple – use customer feedback to determine what is irritating your customers the most and solve it.
    https://mopinion.com/user-experience-tips-happy-online-customer/
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  3. Have you ever looked at your web statistics and found that your bounce rates are really high but your conversion rates are really low? You know that this isn’t a good sign, but you have no idea why it’s happening or how to fix it. So what now? In this blog, we will take a closer look at some of the best User Experience (UX) tools.
    https://mopinion.com/best-user-experience-ux-tools-overview/
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  4. WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems available with nearly 75 million websites. What’s great about this open source software is that it offers well over 53,000 different plugins that gives users the opportunity to extend the functionality of their websites. These plugins can range anywhere from SEO tools and Landing pages to Social media integration and Caching tools. However, there are also several notable user feedback plugins that are great for kickstarting your customer feedback programme.
    https://mopinion.com/top-10-user-feedback-plugins-for-wordpress/
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  5. The holidays have a special way of bringing people together, especially in the world of online customer feedback. Check out this infographic to see just how much feedback volumes skyrocket around the holidays. Here we’ve zoomed in on some specific industries and as expected, Ecommerce really caught our eye. Check it out!
    https://mopinion.com/a-closer-look-at-holiday-feedback-volumes/
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  6. When it comes to online shopping, the smartphone has now surpassed desktops. In October 2016, nearly 51.3% of the global population browses online using a tablet or a smartphone, compared to the 48.7% that use a desktop. Starting in 2015, Google began rewarding mobile-friendly websites with higher rankings in the search results; a good reason for businesses to have a strategy in place for mobile. Today most businesses use responsive and adaptive websites. However, these same businesses are also considering using mobile apps – but are these mobile apps user-friendly?
    https://mopinion.com/what-makes-good-mobile-app-user-experience/
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  7. The form is one of the most significant and commonest modules no matter on the webs or in the apps. Forms are widely used — for registration, subscription services, customer feedback, checkout, to initiate transactions between users and companies, or as data input to search or share information.
    https://uxplanet.org/ux-design-skills-about-how-to-design-a-perfect-form-5a10d1eda617/
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  8. User Experience (UX) is somewhat of an ambiguous term. After all, how do you determine what is good UX and what is bad UX? Where do ‘they’ draw the line? And how do you know if you’ve got things under control? Offering up a superior digital user experience is becoming increasingly important among businesses and customers alike – which means you’re going to need the answers to these questions if you want to succeed in achieving a good UX. A great way of learning more about the quality of the UX you provide is by testing and measuring it using User Experience Testing Tools.
    https://mopinion.com/5-types-user-experience-testing-tools/
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  9. User onboarding is the period in which your business is likely to receive the most feedback and support questions from your customers as they want to get started using the product. This makes onboarding an ideal moment to learn from your customers and use those learnings to improve.
    https://mopinion.com/user-feedback-the-secret-to-successful-user-onboarding/
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  10. Creating or enhancing your website can take a lot of time and effort, especially when you factor in user feedback. The process involves lots of emailing back and forth, revisions to pages, and meetings among designers and developers as well as various other teams within the company. Well, at least that’s how it used to be done. Luckily, today there are various types of visual feedback tools on the market that enable web designers and developers to establish and optimise their websites.
    https://mopinion.com/how-to-use-visual-feedback-for-web-design/
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