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How to Get Customer Feedback on Your Website Using Typeform?
How to Get Customer Feedback on Your Website Using Typeform?

Make the most out of the SpringBuilder Integration with Typeform.

Karen Sahakyan avatar
Written by Karen Sahakyan
Updated over a week ago

No matter whether you are a casino or betting website, your user feedback is super important as at the end of the day, we’re all striving to prove to our users that they’ve made the right choice. 

After all, you should constantly try your best to improve your skills, service, or product to satisfy your audience how else do you want to do that, if not by letting them tell their thoughts?

Why is users’ feedback essential for your business?

The answer is pretty simple: you get to know what’s on your clients’ minds, how they actually feel about what you offer, and what features they are craving. 

The user satisfaction or dissatisfaction comments will give you guidance on creating your products or services roadmap to meet your clients’ needs perfectly.

Besides, you can create a special connection with your audience and let them believe that you value their sentiments towards what you do and you do care.

Before you even get started, you should define for yourself how your unique business can leverage user feedback and what points you should focus on.

You can always use the good old questionnaire emails to ask your dedicated users to leave you the candid feedback you need, but what if you don’t have a contact list and even a hint, who visits your website?

Various user satisfaction surveys, dedicated forms, tests, and feedback boxes can serve as a light in the dark. 

All you need to do is add one to your website, define the right questions and wait for the feedback to pour!

SpringBuilder suggests making use of the integration with Typeform as one of the best online survey tools that will cover all your needs in a brilliant way. The online user survey may be easily customized to host any type of question due to a great number of question types and configuration options.

Here’s how to make it happen instantly:

  • Once you’ve created a SpringBuilder website, go to the Typeform Home page and hit Get Started

  • Click “Create new Typeform”.

  • There are two options available here: “Start from Scratch” or use a “Predesigned template”, that you can fully customize.

  • Let’s go with the first: Choose a name and language for your Form.

  • You’re all set to add questions!

  • First and foremost, write a welcome message, logo, image, etc. to drive your site visitors to start the survey.

  • Choose a question type from the options on the left and drag and drop it to the second field.

  • Pick the types that best suit your expectations and cover your needs: from texts to yes or no questions and ratings.

  • Add a custom Thank you message to the blue field to sum it up.

Once you’ve done with "Building the survey", we can move to the "Design tab" to pick a color palette, webfont, and a background image for your questions. Make Sure it fits your SpringBuilder website's overall design.

What’s up next?

  • Some important configurations for your Typeform. You’ll find this Video Tour pretty helpful.

  • Ready to Share your Typeform?

  • Copy the unique URL as mentioned in the field above.

Time to navigate to your SpringBuilder website and make it work!

  • Go to the Elements section on the Left panel.

  • Simply drag and drop it to the desired area on your page.

  • Remember the copied URL? Paste it to the Enter Typeform URL field now!

That’s it! The form you’ve created will automatically appear on your SpringBuilder website. Cool, right?

SpringBuilder also has some tips to help you generate a quality survey:

  • First things first! Keep the questions short, don’t take too much of your users’ precious time. 

  • Ask exactly what you need to know, don’t make the online survey twisted or vague.  

  • Be careful with the approach to the survey questions, make your site visitors want to answer them rather than have to. Like in case you need to ask UX tech questions to non-technical people, change the formulation or add a rating bar, so that your users don’t have to give answers but rather estimate how they feel about it.

  • Create a cordial vibe around the survey, and let your users know that you care and will get back to them.

  • Keep it personal: add a note saying that you’d appreciate the time spent on fulfilling the survey. Let the user feel special by sending them a Thank you message or a timely personal Email response back. (make sure to add an Email field, too.)

  • Make your audience feel real, and exclude any kinds of robot-like or test queries.

  • Add smart, open-ended questions.

  • Experiment with inquiries to reach the best results.

Bottom line

Once you’ve got the valuable feedback and determined your user needs, the most unacceptable thing you can possibly do is merely read it and pass it on, while the wise step would be to use that information as a starting point. 

Analyze the results and make decisions to improve whatever you offer to your audience and to cover your user needs. Now you know how they feel about your business and it’s the best time to consider the filtered objective opinions.

Don’t be afraid to experiment and take up new trends. Listen up to your audience and trust your gut to make the most out of their feedback!

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