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If you are talking about online feedback through a website, I'd suggest Feefo or Hotjar. There are plenty of other solutions, but those are really easy to set up. You could also factor in customer feedback requests into any email marketing you are doing and this kind of thing can be automated thr...

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You can but it's dangerous. You want validation from your idea to come from who are truly likely to be your customers. Also, the setting creates more bias to answers then what you'd want in a good customer development process. This is a great place to ask about how to go about good customer de...

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Some quick suggestions/impressions: One of the first things I would look at is the site loading speed. It took a full 3 seconds for anything on the page to render for me - and that is longer than most people are willing to wait. According to Pingdom (http://tools.pingdom.com/fpt/#!/ee2ouY/free...

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Hi, I've worked for years in business to business sales and consulting. You need to find out who works or makes decisions in a company in the area that your potential product could be useful, ie customer service. LinkedIn could be useful for this. Call them on the telephone. Don't e-mail. Open...

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Many open-source forum software are available (that are easy to use). You can try starting with bbpress (https://bbpress.org/), wordpress. Hope this helps. Thank you, GK http://gk.palem.in/

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You can get real people to interact on a site like usertesting.com — it's a paid service to get you real feedback from real humans. If you want access to your demographic, you'll need to find out where they hang out and come up with an offer to encourage them to try your service (a closed beta...

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You can use LinkedIn ads to focus on your specific target audience based on things like: industry, job title and function. Facebook also has specific categories regarding job types, I'm not sure if "hotel managers" is on the list. Best of luck! Let me know if you have any follow-up questions.

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I'm a fan of the model where in order to get feedback / have it affect your profile and ranking, you have to give feedback first. So whomever gives feedback first it's held in escrow until the other party does it too.

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I would start by introducing a highly valuable or consumable product with the lowest price point. In other words, choose a lower cost item, but something unique and valuable. If you have to, break even or keep the profits minimal. This will create a positive perception and may even drive your fe...

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The application you're describing is probably useful, and can probably be sold... but that's not the question :) The question is what it will cost you to acquire a new customer, and what you can charge that customer. Before actually BUILDING this thing, see if you can get 10 potential customers...

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