NPS Feedback for the book on Horizon 2020

Writing a book is hard work.  After the book was finished, I got much valuable feedback from readers who contacted me.  Some readers are very happy how I helped them in getting started with Horizon 2020.  These readers took the initiative in sending me an email.  Now it’s my turn in asking:  I have set up a NPS feedback system.

The reason I have started to collect feedback through a simple NPS (Net Promotor) survey  is that I want a system with not much effort for my readers.  When you visit the Horizonbook website, a short survey appears for some visitors.

Thank you for your feedback!

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Thanks for feedback.

Background on feedback

Collecting feedback is one method for authors to know what their readers think.  One problem is that as a book author you don’t know all your book’s readers.  By opening a feedback channel, your readers can easier tell you what they think about your book.  The choice for FanExam NPS is because the feedback is simple to give for readers.  As a result I hope to collect more advice from my readers. Since the book was written, many readers actively contacted me through email and showed me how I can improve the book.  Thank you for everybody who took the effort to write to me!

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