Monday, August 6, 2012
In business, the opinions of the customers really matter. Hence, if a businessman would want a sure success of his ventures, he should take time to listen to the voice of his patrons after all it’s not what the business owner thinks that should prevail but what those targeted buyers think. I learned in my basic entrepreneurial subject in high school that business owners should take time to make a research on the pulse of the buyers through interviews and in some cases through suggestion boxes. But these days, with Facebook and Twitter and other networking sites flooding the worldwide web, getting people’s views about a certain product is no longer that difficult, even too easy. But then again consolidating the collected views and quantifying them as relevant or irrelevant is another story. This job needs people who possess expertise about surveys and research or should I say people who do enterprise feedback management.
Making a survey is one of the most effective tool in getting the needed facts and opinions about business matters. In this medium, there is a greater possibility of generating the significant pieces of information with the use of equally relevant and effective survey questions which answers will then go to a systematic analysis that would eventually be of great help to a certain business establishment. But of course, one can do it by himself with the aid of free survey software.
At the end of the day, in business, aside from considering what the costumers have to say, I know for a fact that there are still more to it. That include risk taking, proper man power management among others things. Any businessman should take all possibilities that come into his business venture and he must be ready to face them with sound mind for proper judgment because it’s the “hard –earned” money which is at stake in here.