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With Jform you can create powerful online surveys that work for any business need. Use our drag-and-drop builder to design a survey that matches your company’s branding. You’ll also have access to thousands of fully customizable survey templates to use as a starting point.
Collect valuable customer information with your personalized Jform survey. Manage and analyze survey responses in Jform Tables to gain a deeper understanding of consumer opinions and trends and to boost your profit margin.
Once you’ve created the perfect survey for your business, you’ll have a variety of ways to send it to your customers. Share the survey by embedding it directly into your website, setting up automated emails, or sharing via a scannable QR code.
Build surveys that your customers enjoy filling out. With Jform, you’ll have the option to make your survey questions appear one at a time, add a progress bar so your customers know how many questions are left, and provide them with a save and continue later option for convenience.
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Some data types that are useful to collect are customers’ acceptable price range, traits and attitudes, demographic data, and how they benchmark against your competitors.
To perform a price sensitivity analysis, divide the percentage change in quantity demanded by the percentage change in price.
The four types of pricing are value-based, competition-based, cost-plus, and dynamic pricing.
The three pricing objectives are growing, skimming, and following.
The four pricing goals include profit-oriented pricing, competitor-based pricing, market penetration, and skimming.