Lawyers often resist the idea of conducting client satisfaction surveys: They don't believe people will be honest unless they have complete anonymity, and they don't believe clients will take the time to complete the survey. It's true, many will not complete the survey, but some will. And right now, you probably aren't collecting any valuable information from your clients. Even worse, the feedback you’re getting is probably in the form of a negative online review. Here's what client satisfaction surveys can do.Originally published January 20, 2017
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