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"This was my first time working with Invention Home"

“This was my 1st time working with Invention Home on something I invented. From the 1st phone call everyone was so friendly and helpful. I got the information I needed to make a good decision to go forward in the process of getting a patent for my invention.

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Inventor Feedback

Are You Asking Contractors for Feedback?

We’re all focusing on the next greatest product or making sales numbers for the month, but often overlook the very source of those sales.

Consistent contractor feedback is a key in establishing a long-term partnership. 252 more words

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The gift that is Customer Feedback. How not to accept it by Southwest Airlines & Easyjet

Customer feedback comes in many different forms. Often sought out by companies, it can be captured via email, web pop up or telephone surveys. It can be recorded in face to face customer focus groups or received in person before, during or after an interaction with a customer. 1,192 more words

Follow the Leader?

Following the Leader Wherever He May Go….

One pervasive characteristic most people share is the desire to belong. Children in school often develop close-knit groups of friends as a way to satisfy this need. 500 more words

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Twice Review by Mindfully Frugal Mom

See that purple shirt I’m wearing in the  “About” box on the top right corner of this page? That’s a $75 Anthropologie shirt. That I bought for $15 at… 69 more words

Obtaining Useful Customer Feedback in Your Restaurant

Customer satisfaction means everything to a restaurant business. Fortunately, the easiest way to ensure that your customers are satisfied is to quite simply ask them for their feedback. 581 more words

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Contract Furniture Company reblogged this on Contract Furniture Digest and commented:

Just had to share this valuable advice: "Asking people what you can do better before there is a reason to complain demonstrates your commitment to integrity and excellence." Read Jim Balis' article for more insights and advice.

Reputation Management: No More Misconceptions

There has been a misconception that companies should ignore negative feedback or reviews that are posted online and doing so will make it “go away”.  If companies still believe this today, their naivete will soon get the best of them… 590 more words

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