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Feature Update: NPS survey position

FanExam lets you choose where the NPS survey appears on a page.

Feature update: Anonymize IP for NPS responses

FanExam can anonymize the IP address of NPS survey responses.  You might wonder why this is necessary?  In short, some of our commercial customers in the EU have strict privacy policies.  For example, some customers don’t collect personally identifiable information when using FanExam.  For these customers the anonymize IP option is available. The anonymize IP option is mandatory for specific use cases, as some countries interpret personally identifiable information among other as the IP address of the computer or device from which the FanExam response was submitted (the IP address is basically a unique identifier for a specific device, similar to a telephone number, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IP_address ). How to set the “anonymize IP” option If you need to anonymize the IP address, open the FanExam settings page, go to the Settings page , search for “Anonymize the IP address of collected responses:” and set to “On” or “Off”.

How to integrate NPS and SEO with Google Analytics

The Net Promoter Score (NPS) is a simple and surprisingly effective method to get actionable customer feedback.  This customer feedback can in turn drive your SEO -Search Engine Optimization and deliver more focused traffic to your website.  The main method to get information on your website visitors is Google Analytics.  SeoHighLighter is a tool to combine NPS and SEO. In effect your SEO score is driven by the questions and search terms your visitors put into Google, in combination with the content on your website.  Once you know the questions and search terms your visitors use, you can answer the questions  directly on your website copy and help your visitors.  When you start collecting NPS and open text feedback from your visitors, you uncover the language of your customers.  The language of your customers are the terms and phrases they use to find your website and express their thoughts about...   (read more)

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