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Sep
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revised How best to integrate an exit survey
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Sep
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comment How best to integrate an exit survey
@JimmyBreck-McKye that's a great point - I didn't think of that
Sep
24
comment How best to integrate an exit survey
Thanks for your answer! I was thinking about the call-to-action button approach but wasn't sure it worked for an exit survey - would you suggest combining my two surveys into one 'how was the experience' form?
Sep
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Sep
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comment How best to integrate an exit survey
Thanks for the response, definitely agree with lots of it. In your opinion does the type of website and user group make a difference? I have a site for very specific trades people around the world. I cannot afford to travel to each hub, find some people who likely use my site (or one like it) and question them. I have some other sites which would benefit from the 'walk-in testing' you describe (my office is on a busy university street). I was thinking of taking the same approach to all sites, but maybe I can do away with surveys in most instances...
Sep
21
comment How best to integrate an exit survey
@Captain exactly! I don't want to guess how long a user has been using the site. I could store a cookie with a first hit time and then run something based on a combination of time elapsed and number of pages hit, but it would all be rather random!
Sep
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