Demarketing is a type of marketing aimed at reducing demand among the entire target audience or its specific groups. Wait, but why reduce demand – you have to rejoice that things are going uphill! However, not all so simple. In what cases you can’t do without demarketing, read our article.
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Demarketing, decay and hopelessness
Why does demand exceed supply?
How does this threaten the entrepreneur?
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In order to find out customers’ opinions about the business, they use different rating systems, including CSAT – customer satisfaction score, that is, customer satisfaction index. It works very simply: you need to do a survey “How satisfied are you with X?” With a scale from “dissatisfied” to “satisfied” and post it on the website, in the application, or send it by mail.
How satisfied are you
This method does not bring extensive feedback, but it perfectly indicates the problem areas of the business (and understanding the problem is already half the solution). By the way, it is CSAT that is usually built into ticket systems.
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We talk about the brain, relaxation and effectiveness.
Rest less, keep up with everything, develop, build a career and be no worse than others – the main agenda on freelance forums and chats.
We joyfully pick up these beliefs, hammer on everything, dive headlong into work without days off and holidays for the sake of a lofty goal – to achieve the approval of others and compliance with the imposed stereotypes about a successful freelancer. Continue reading