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How to ask your customers great questions and gather actionable feedback – 3 key takeaways

Intercom, Inc.

CX for Growth is a webinar series hosted by the Startups team at Intercom, a casual, interview-style monthly session featuring special guests and exploring customer experience topics that help to drive growth in your business. How to bake in a process and culture of customer feedback. Scalable customer feedback approaches.

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Maximizing Insights by Leveraging the Benefits of Integrating Market Research and User Research

The Product Coalition

Photo by Dylan Gillis on Unsplash Market research and user experience research (UXR) are often confused as being the same thing, but they are actually distinct fields with their own goals and methods. To choose the appropriate research method for the business, it’s important to clarify the problem we are trying to solve.

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Generative vs Evaluative Research Methods: A Breakdown

Userpilot

Generative vs evaluative research methods are two techniques for conducting user research when managing your product. Both UX research methods are different but provide valuable insights to help your product development process. Userpilot is a great tool for performing generative and evaluative research.

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Startups need dual theories on distribution and product/market fit. One is not enough

Andrew Chen

I’m ignoring deep tech and foundational AI research companies, for the sake of this conversation). Because technology differentiation is no longer a real factor today start ups, it turns out that most products are succeeding or failing due to core product/market fit followed by the distribution strategy.

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Research Study: Customer Perceptions of the Community Experience

What do consumers expect when it comes to CX? Rather than assume that branded communities meet the expectations of the consumer, we wanted to figure out the “want behind the want” by asking if customer expectations around CX align with community offerings. If customers perceive community as a solution to CX expectations.

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The Best Way To Understand User Needs and Pain Points Without a Big Research Budget

The Product Coalition

Understanding user needs and pain points is essential for building successful products and services, but that doesn’t mean we need to get stuck going down a multi-month research hole in order to be “ready” to collaborate, innovate, or prototype. Not sure where to look? Market insights: What’s happening today with the market?

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UX Research Process: A Step-By-Step Framework

Userpilot

What is the UX research process? It also outlines a 9-step guide on how to conduct UX research for product managers and UX designers. TL;DR The UX research process is a sequence of steps to collect and analyze data on user interactions with the product to better understand their needs and preferences. Book the demo!

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How to Achieve Product-Market Fit

Speaker: Dan Olsen - Product Management Trainer and Consultant, Author, and Speaker

Everyone working on a product is trying to achieve the same goal: product-market fit. In this webinar, product management expert Dan Olsen will share his simple but effective framework for achieving product-market fit from his book The Lean Product Playbook. But most products fail to do so.

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Executive Report: The Customer Data Too Often Overlooked by the C-Suite

A recent Calabrio research study of more than 1,000 C-Suite executives has revealed leaders are missing a key data stream – voice of the customer data. Download the report to learn how executives can find and use VoC data to make more informed business decisions.

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Knowing What Products Not to Build: A Case Study With NBC Universal

Learn how NBC Universal saved millions by knowing what not to build and created a more cohesive customer experience with Feedback Loop. Knowing what not to build is just as important as what to build when it comes to product development.

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The 5 Product Discovery Secrets Every PM Should Know

Speaker: Jim Morris, Founder, Product Discovery Group

By using the Product Discovery Cycle, teams can find new ideas, understand customer pain points, and test solutions quickly and cheaply. When teams solicit and act on customer feedback, they can cycle through ideas quicker, and find the best ones sooner. Why you should be involving engineers at every stage of the Cycle.