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Stay Informed with Visitor Surveys at Museums & Attractions

visitor survey appWhen it comes to running museums and attractions, it really pays to know your customer. Museum visitor surveys are the best way to get the information you need to plan coming attractions and grow your repeat visitors. For visitor satisfaction surveys, Harvest Your Data is your go-to data collection solution. The ease of use functionality makes it the ideal visitor survey app for smartphone, iPad and tablet devices.

Collect Visitor Surveys on an Unlimited Number of Apple or Android Devices

Harvest Your Data’s easy to use interface and simple setup ensure that polling your visitors will be a breeze. The cloud based survey dashboard means that you can carry out a questionnaire on as many smartphone, iPad and tablet devices as you want, giving you the freedom and flexibility for conducting museum visitor surveys. Plus, Harvest Your Data’s offline data collection ensures that your employees can survey anywhere – no internet connection, or spotty wireless? No problem.

Surveying your customers with an attractions questionnaire can change the way you plan future events, and keep you informed on customer trends. Don’t be left behind by your competition – customer polling gives you valuable insight that can give you the edge when it comes to growing your visitor numbers.

Already in use by some of America’s leading museums and hotels, Harvest Your Data is your one stop customer satisfaction survey solution. The wide variety of question types – including sliders, multiple choice, Likert scales, and more – means that you can get the data you really need to make critical business decisions. 

Click here to start your free 14 day trial, or discover how the Denver Museum of Nature and Science uses Harvest Your Data to conduct museum visitor surveys that inform their exhibition planning. 

Talk to us about how we can customize a smartphone or iPad museum survey app for your organization.

 

 

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