3 reasons why you should provide feedback for services and products 


Be honest, how many times have you really sent an email or completed that survey located at the bottom of your Target receipt ? Probably not many and it takes less than five minutes to complete! I am not suggesting to write a review, and complete every single store survey, but when you receive excellent service, bad service or just have free time, do it !! Companies thoroughly enjoy hearing feed back and here’s why:

  1. Shows that you care:                                                                                                                   When you’re providing feedback, it shows that you care because you took the time out of  your day to express why you love/hate a product.
  2. Companies listen to make improvement:                                                                             When customers give feedback and especially when there’s similarities among the reviews, companies have a starting point on what needs to be improved or stay the same.
  3. Incentives for Retention:                                                                                                                     Companies would like you to continue shopping with them! I’ve gotten a free pizza, $10 target gift cards and one of my  most recent incentives, a $70 off coupon code from a popular fitness tracker company and these were all received within the last 3 months!!


What incentives have you received from providing feedback on a service or product? If none, start !! 🙂


One thought on “3 reasons why you should provide feedback for services and products 

  1. Sometimes it’s not incentivized for me. My husband and I make it our business to leave feedback when we have wonderful service or when the person who spoke with us was just particularly cheery. Retail/food service/ industry is hard and good people are even harder to find. So when we find a good one at a place, we want their value to be recognized and rewarded.

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