Asking your audience surely has to be an easy way for your business to engage with its customers doesnt it?
By asking your audience you can gain valuable input into what your customer would like to see happen so hopefully you can provide just that.
Up and down the country you will see pollsters asking your opinion, but maybe your business could take it one stage further and ask a direct question about what product they’d like you to sell, if you’re a coffee shop, ask what cakes your customers would like or how about if you own property and a commercial unit is vacant, why not ask….
Tell us what you would like to see in this unit
And as the audience you can answer by simply using the QR code or heading to a web link where you can ask ; ‘tell us what you would like to see in our vacant units’.
So what would your business have to gain from asking your audience? we’ll take the example of the property looking to rent a vacant shop unit:
1.You are making the customers of the shopping centre feel involved somehow in the development of this resource.
2.The shopping centre is seemingly closer to the community as they are asking the community and not just putting another retail unit in that can be found in any high street.
3.The shopping centre is collecting data from everyone who engages from them, could they then use this to form a focus group and get face to face with their audience?
So can you business ask your audience and get them involved in what you’ve done well or maybe you have a direction that you want to go and not sure, maybe this is stocking new products or moving into new markets, either way asking your audience can be a big help. Of course this should then be embed into a full Digital Marketing Strategy then we are the team to help, please get in touch here.