NPS with follow-up questions. Survey template

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Dive deep into the meaning of your NPS score.
Ask the right questions to max out the value of the most widely used customer feedback survey.
Discover what promoters value you for, what issues are most urgent ones, and grow a contact list for your next research panel.
This template has been inspired by Dave Gerhardt
(CEO at Exit Five) LinkedIn post.
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