10 Examples of Feedback Survey Subject Lines That Will Get Your Customers’ Attention

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Getting your customers to open your email messages can be challenging enough. But getting your customers to open your email messages and complete a survey can feel impossible for some businesses and institutions.
The email subject line you use for your feedback surveys is what stands between you and your customers’ engagement with your message. Convincingly, 47 percent of email recipients decide whether to open an email or not based on a subject line alone.
If you are in the business of delivering customer experiences, chances are you solicit your customers for feedback. Don’t let your surveys go unanswered. We share what makes an A-rated subject line and then offer some examples that are certain to increase your email survey response rates. Use or adapt these for your next request for customer feedback and see what happens.

5 Ways to Motivate Your Staff at the Start of a New Year

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It’s a brand-new year. Your students may still be on winter break, but now is a perfect time to motivate your staff around common goals for the upcoming semester.
As certain as it’s 2018, delivering a positive customer experience, or in your case a positive student experience, is probably a top priority. CX usually starts and ends with the people and infrastructures they interact with on a daily basis. Therefore, before students return from their long winter’s nap, here are a few ways you can leverage technology to boost the student experience and get your staff enthusiastic about it.
Motivating your staff at the start of the New Year might be a little easier if you follow these five tips.

Why Universities Need SMS to Enhance CX

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In today’s environment with multiple communication channels, using SMS (Short Message Service) or Text Messaging is becoming the most effective way for schools to stay connected with their students. With a 98% open rate and most messages being read within three seconds of sending, there’s no quicker way to communicate with your students.

The Auxiliary Services That Make Colleges the Most Money

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Prospective college students and their parents take many factors into consideration when they’re choosing between competing universities. They consider the university’s national rankings, its location, the level of prestige it holds, and how well the university fits into their career path. The list could go on and on, but one area that students and parents don’t typically consider is rapidly becoming a keystone of many universities’ financial health: auxiliary services. During difficult economic times, these can generate a great deal of revenue, even amid the stark reality of increasingly tight budgets.

6 Ways to Get Your Students’ Feedback on Everything

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Your students’ feedback is your only clear indicator of how well (or not) you’re performing, and you can never have too much of it. In a perfect world, you’d be able to hear the thoughts and suggestions from every student you serve. However, if you can settle for getting as much feedback as possible, the following six ways can give you plenty of food for thought.

5 Ways to Increase Student Engagement at the Start of Every Semester

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If you want to engage your students, there’s no better time than at the beginning of a new semester. It’s a chance for a fresh start, an opportunity to begin on a strong note that can potentially last until finals.
To put your best foot forward from the start and connect with your students, try these 5 tips to increase student engagement at the start of every semester.