Have you ever heard the old saying, ‘the devil is in the details’? It simply means that details matter and when it comes to improving your overall enrollment percentage, it’s important to use surveys to get feedback from your past clients.
One of the easiest ways to do this is to incorporate a survey into your wrap up process when completing a program or challenge. Hearing what your participants liked and disliked is important for tweaking and making things better.
This week on The Wellness Business Podcast we’re sharing how we’ve used surveys in our business and how you can too.
In this episode you’ll discover:
- The importance of surveying your audience after a program or challenge so you can learn first-hand what went well and what needs tweaking for the future
- Significant clues for improving your marketing message from the participants that didn’t want to invest in your paid program, (you need to know their bottlenecks so you can address them in your future marketing campaigns)
- The 3 most common reasons people love your challenge but never invest in your program, (you know who I mean… the people that are always there for the free stuff but never join your paid program)
- Our secret sauce strategy to get more people happily replying to your follow-up survey, without begging, (this strategy is OH SO powerful)
Tune in to learn exactly how you can survey your audience so you can learn exactly why your ideal clients are (or aren’t) taking the next step with you.
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