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TOP 50 Questions to Hack your Audience like a Boss

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Product-Fit Questions:


1. What is the primary benefit that you have received from (product or service name)?
2. What are the top three benefits you get from (product or service name)?
3. How would you feel if you could no longer use (product or service name)? Why?
4. What would you likely use as an alternative to (product or company name) if it were no longer available?
5. Have you recommended (product or company name) to anyone? If so, how did you describe it?
6. What other roles or titles besides yours do you think would get a big benefit from (product or service name)?
7. How could we improve (product or company name) to better meet your needs?
8. At what point would this product/service get expensive but still be worth it?
9. What problem were you trying to solve when you initially came across our product or service?
10. What’s holding you back from using (product or company name)?

Market Research:


11. What’s the biggest challenge you currently face in your role?
12. What are your 3-6 month goals in your role?
13. What’s the biggest stress in your job?
14. What are the biggest obstacles to achieving your goals?
15. What’s your biggest challenge when it comes to X industry?
16. What would hold you back from making a purchasing decision?
17. What features or values to do you look for when purchasing from a company?
18. If you were to hire someone for your position, what skills would they need?
19. Do you tend to stick with the same brand for most of the products you buy?
20. What might cause you to switch from one product or brand to another?

Online Habits:


21. Where do you go for advice on X industry?
22. What other company or industry blogs do you read in this space?
23. What people do you trust most for advice on X topic?
24. When you think about X industry, what people or companies come to mind?
25. What publications, newspapers or magazines do you read on a weekly/monthly basis?
26. When looking for a product or solution, where do you search first (Google, Bing, Amazon, etc.)?
27. What social media networks do you use regularly?
28. Are you active in any LinkedIn groups, Facebook groups, or other online communities?
29. Are there any YouTube channels in X industry that you subscribe to?
30. Where do you spend the most time online?

Employee Satisfaction:


31. Would you recommend a friend or colleague to work at our company? Why?
32. During a typical week, how often do you feel stressed at work?
33. How well are you paid for the work you do?
34. If you were to quit tomorrow, what would your reason be?
35. Do you feel there is room for professional growth/advancement within our company?
36. Do you see yourself working here one year from now?
37. Has your manager given you any recognition in the past two weeks?
38. How proud are you of your employer’s brand?
39. On a scale from 0-10, how meaningful do you believe your work is?
40. Have you noticed your job taking a toll on your personal life?

Post-Purchase Survey Questions:


41. Why did your purchase from our company?
42. How did you find our website?
43. Was it easy to find the products you wanted?
44. Are you satisfied with the product or service you ordered?
45. How can we improve our purchase process?

Post-Chat or Post-Support Survey Questions:

46. Was your issue resolved as a result of this chat, phone call, or email?
47. How long did you have to wait before speaking to a support member?
48. How satisfied are you with the support you received?
49. What type of support communication methods do you prefer?
50. How could we improve our customer service?

Posted here growthhackingidea.com by Aladdin Shchaslyvyi

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Business books to read in 2021: top picks

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Business books to read in 2021: top picks

The COVID pandemic has changed habits and reassigned priorities for all of us. There is, however, a segment of people whose natural way to treat crisis is to use the opportunities it offers: the entrepreneurs.

With an unprecedented economy stimulus coming from the U.S. Federal Reserve, the idea of starting new business (or investing in an existing one) became even more popular than previously. This, however, requires a certain level of preparation: you definitely don’t want to learn on your own mistakes losing money. Thankfully, business and entrepreneurship is the field where there are tons of useful and inspiring books to learn from.

But how to navigate through those thousands of books and authors? Let’s make an overview of the most in-demand business ebooks as of 2021.

Finance and Investments

Business books to read in 2021: top picks

Strongly recommended is “The Intelligent Investor” by Benjamin Graham, an eminent economist and investor of the 20th century. He has created a guide that has inspired millions of people around the world for 70 years. Since its first publication in 1949, the book has become a veritable bible of the stock market. The modern edition is supplemented by comments by financial journalist Jason Zweig, who draws parallels between Graham’s examples and modern realities, and also provides a deeper understanding of how to adapt the author’s philosophy to everyday life.

Internet Technology

The ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library) is a framework for standardizing the selection, planning, provision, maintenance and the entire life cycle of IT services in a company. The goal is to improve efficiency and achieve predictable service delivery. 

The ITIL books cover key concepts of service management, the four dimensions of service management, the ITIL service value system, and ITIL management practices.

Entrepreneurship

This is an extremely wide field of study, incorporating both motivational, inspiring books with those designed to improve hard skills. As for the first option, the “Money: Master the Game” by Tony Robbins keeps first place in our wish list.

Another must-read is “Think and grow rich” by Napoleon Hill. This bestseller was written in the end of the 20th century and has been reprinted over 40 times. In his book, the author has collected the stories of famous millionaires of his time who stubbornly went towards their goals.

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What is The Full Form of PhD?

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The full form of PhD is a Doctor of Philosophy or a Doctorate in Philosophy.

This is a postgraduate academic degree awarded to individuals who have gone through the process of studying and researching extensive subject matter in their field. It can be obtained from an accredited university and requires one to go through a research dissertation.

What Is The Meaning Of PHD?

PhD is a doctoral degree that takes the form of a research degree. It generally recommends a substantial amount of independent, original research and a formal defence of that research.

The word “Doctor” in the abbreviation PhD comes from Latin “doctor” which means “teacher”. In other words, PhD holders are teachers who have done extensive teaching and research as demonstrated by their dissertation.

What Is The Abbreviation Of Doctorate of Philosophy?

PhD is the abbreviation for Doctorate of Philosophy.

Doctorate of Philosophy is a postgraduate degree that requires three to five years of study and research. The abbreviation for Doctorate of Philosophy is PhD.

Which is higher MD or PhD?

A person can be awarded with a Master of Science degree (MS) after completing course work and passing a series of written and oral exams. Master’s degrees typically take one to three years to complete.

A PhD is a Doctoral Degree, which is the highest academic award in most countries. To earn a PhD in the US, students usually have to complete at least four years of study beyond an undergraduate degree.

Master’s degrees are often seen as higher than Doctoral Degrees because they require more advanced subject knowledge and coursework.

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We weren’t the only ones streaming the party yesterday. Apple held its latest event — the one that annually triggers iOS users to stop and think, “Hm, do I need an upgrade?”

Mobile gamers, in particular, could be tempted by the new iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max, which got the new A15 Bionic chip. Apple said it’s the “fastest CPU in any smartphone” with a 6-core CPU (one more than the new non-Pro models). Because of the updates, the Pro models allow for 50% faster graphics and can last about 1.5-2.5 hours longer than the iPhone 12 Pro and Max models, respectively.

Apple unveiling a new iPhone with a better camera is a free space on your bingo card every year. With this update, Pro models got a bigger, 77 mm telephoto lens (these help you to take photos of subjects that are farther away) with night mode and 3x optical zoom (up from 2x-2.5x). Users also get new wide and ultrawide cameras, autofocus, and a new mode for taking close-ups up to 2cm away.

The standard iPhone 13 and Mini models also feature the A15 Bionic chip. The dual camera got updates as well, but Apple is mostly playing up its new Cinematic Mode across all models. It’s basically portrait mode but for video.

Apple Watch Series 7 also got some upgrades, most notably a wider screen and 20% larger display.

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The biggest star of the show though was probably the iPad — specifically the new iPad Mini. It got the A15 Bionic chip and lost its home button — meaning it now looks like a mini iPad Air complete with a USB-C port and Touch ID on the power button. The iPad and iPad Mini also got ultrawide cameras with Center Stage. The feature uses machine learning to adjust the front-facing camera during FaceTime video calls to keep you in frame.

We’re looking forward to hearing what you’re most excited about and what you’re disappointed by — you too, Android users.

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