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While getting feedback on new functionality, attempting to understand why a feature is notis not being used, or simply collecting general feedback quickly, Anyone doing serious mobile app marketing knows that surveys can be useful for understanding app satisfaction.
Avoid 'open ended' questions unless they are absolutely crucial, as much as you want elaborate feedback. It's not easy to type an answer on mobile, and it may cause lots of frustration which can be translated into frustration at your app. Bottom line.
Well, don'. They have something they want to do, when users open your app. It also won't deliver positive results, Disturbing them at this time is impolite. Their probability being in the right frame of mind is much higher the perfect time to ask a question or ask for help, once users have successfully completed an action in the app. Notice that also a negative one, new survey features can have a positive effect. Let me tell you something. How do you keep risk to a minimum? Check that your engagement and retention stats have not gone down as a resulthence. Use a control group to check. Your engagement stats will remain constant, I'd say if you are doing things right.
Use A/B tests to optimize your survey's questions and answers, images, background, and suchlike start small. Experiment with a small audience before trying out a survey on the entire target group. If, however, following a negative answer you get a message acknowledging your dissatisfaction, We understand we still have work to do to make buying easier. We'd love to hear your suggestions the user will feel heard.
Some survey answers beg for a response from you. In a survey exploring why users are not using a new feature, users might select I was not aware of this option. While showing that you're not only collecting feedback also making an attempt to actually use it to improve, Therefore if that answer is selected, continue the conversation by presenting a tutorial video about the option a contextual, 'real time' response to the user's answer. It's a well brian Solis shares why great products, creative marketing, and delightful customer service are no longer enough to win customers.
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It's not easy to type an answer on mobile, and it may cause loads of frustration which can be translated into frustration at your app. Bottom line. Therefore, while getting feedback on new functionality, striving to understand why a feature was notwas not being used, or simply collecting general feedback quickly, Anyone doing serious mobile app marketing knows that surveys can be useful for understanding app satisfaction.
Some survey answers beg for a response from you. In a survey exploring why users are not using a new feature, users might select I was not aware of this option. Whenever showing that you're not only collecting feedback also striving to actually use it to improve, if that answer is selected, continue the conversation by presenting a tutorial video about the option a contextual, real time response to the user's answer. I'm sure it sounds familiar.|Doesn't it sound familiar, am I correct?|Sounds familiar, this is the case right?|doesn't it, this is the case right? CAPE CANAVERAL. While lofting with it the Thaicom 8 communications satellite, s Falcon 9 rocket soared into a 'near perfect' earlyevening sky on May 27 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Less than 10 minutes later, the first stage company's booster successfully landed downrange on a drone ship the third successful sea landing and fourth overall. Of course the Falcon 9 Full Thrust rocket launched on time at 40 EDT May 27 from Space Launch Complex 40. So first one on the previous day was scrubbed since a glitch with an upper motion stage engine actuator, This was the second launch attempt.
This was the NewSpace firm's fifth launch this year, the second in May month.
The company is beginning to ramp up its launch rate for as many as 11 flights remain on the manifest for this year including the huge maiden flight Falcon Heavy. While using its own onboard engines, will gradually increase perigee to a make a circular 22300mile orbit above the equator, Thaicom 8 was placed into a geostationary transfer orbit and. Furthermore, there, the spacecraft will provide TV and Internet services to India, Thailand, and parts of Africa. Normally, the satellite will reside at the 785 degrees East longitude and carry a Ku band payload of 24 active transponders.
By the way, the Falcon 9 began to turn toward its designated orbit, as it lifted into the early evening sky. At about 1 minute and 17seconds after launch, the rocket reached Max Q peak moment stress on the rocket. Consequently, everything continued as planned as the booster climbed higher and faster. Actually, about two minutes and 35 seconds after leaving Cape Canaveral, the first stage's engines cutoff as planned. Make sure you scratch suggestions about it in the comment write. Three secondslater, the first and second stages separated.
The second stage's Merlin Vacuum engine successfully ignitedand continued to push the stage and its precious payload toward orbit.
Just over 30 seconds later, the launch fairing protecting Thaicom 8 from the atmosphere denser part jettisoned as it was no longer needed. Normally, falcon 9's second stage continued to burn for just over six minutes before cutoff, as planned. I am sure that the first stage, in what has become a normal practice for SpaceX, turned around and prepared for re entry into the atmosphere and subsequent recovery on the Of Course I Still Love You drone ship some 400 miles downrange of Cape Canaveral, as all that was happening.
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There was very little fuel spared for recovery, as this was a GTO mission. I know that the first stage re entered the atmosphere much faster than it would have done had it been part of a lowEarth orbit launch, as with the previous landing. It fired three of its engines to help cushion the rocket from quite a few heating effects of reentry, once the stage hit the atmosphere. Consequently, nearly nine minutes after leaving the pad, the first stage announced its presence to the drone ship with a signature triple sonic boom. Then, moments later, three of the booster's nine engines ignited to slow it down extremely fast in what is called a hover slam.
By the way, the video feed showed that the company had recovered another booster on a GTO mission profile, after the smoke dispersed.
The booster seemed to have a bit of a wobble. This was later confirmed on Twitter by company founder and CEO Elon Musk. However, there is some stage risk tipping before returning to Port Canaveral, musk said the stage would probably be OK. You should take it into account. He said crush core is aluminum honeycomb absorption in the telescoping actuator on the landing legs.
Over the next few days, the booster should be safed and inspected by SpaceX engineers out at sea before towing the drone ship back to Port Canaveral to offload and transport it to, likely, the company's Horizontal Integrated Hangar at Launch Complex 39A. There are already three recovered boosters being housed there. It can hold a maximum of five. The first booster was recovered after it landed on land back in December 2015. Certainly, meanwhile, just over 27 minutes after launch, the second stage, now in orbit, restarted to push Thaicom 8 into GTO. The burn lasted about a minute. Fourminutes later, Thaicom 8 was deployed successfully.
Thursday's launch was the 25th time that a Falcon 9 was launched, either from SLC 40 or Vandenberg Air Force Base's SLC4" East in California.
It came less than three weeks after the last launch which delivered 'JCSAT 14' to GTO. The rocket is capable of lifting about 50256 pounds to LEO and 18300 pounds to GTO. Just think for a moment. Recently, the company detailed how much payload the rocket could send to Mars 8860 pounds. Besides, the company is working on developing a version of its Crew Dragon to send to Mars surface as early as 2018.
a Falcon next launch 9 is expected to occur at 1030 EDT June The booster will send the Eutelsat 117 West B and ABS 2A satellites to GTO. Additionally, the next Dragon cargo ship flight to the International Space Station, 'CRS9', has been scheduled for July The company hopes to recoverthe first rocket stage at Landing Zone 1 during the CRS9" launch. Great to have successes of spacex. Usually, need to remind only challenge spacex will face is from Indian manning ISRO with their 100percentage success rate,strife for perfection and unbelievable cheap flt costs. Join Over 600000 Marketing Professionals. What's new on MarketingProfs, this is the case right? Required fields are marked