Discover the strength of your brand using Usabilla’s NPS question. By adding the NPS module to any feedback form or survey, you begin to understand what visitors think. You’ll see not only what causes a customer to speak positively or negatively about your digital channels, but you’ll also discover which elements impact NPS the most so you can adapt accordingly.
How to calculate the Net Promoter Score
NPS is based on the principle that every organization’s customers can be divided into three categories: Promoters, Passives and Detractors.
To calculate your company’s NPS, we take the percentage of customers who are Promoters and subtract the percentage who are Detractors.
Why use the Net Promoter Score?
Envision your customer as they scroll through your website. From the usability to the language to your customer service, it’s near impossible to combine their overall impression of your brand in one metric. NPS is an exception. By calculating NPS you have access to emotionally-driven data around the customer experience by knowing how likely others are to recommend what you offer.
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How to increase your NPS with Usabilla
Your digital channels are all key customer touch points for your brand.
With a user feedback solution like Usabilla, you can determine the NPS for your organization by asking your customers directly. The result? You can quantify the impact of your brand in one concrete metric and adapt accordingly to increase the score and ensure happy customers.
who uses nps?
Many of our clients utilize, collect and measure NPS as an important part of their overall strategy for success. To inspire you, below are several great examples of how our customers use NPS with their online customers.