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What Can We Do to Really Knock Your Socks Off?

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

June 9, 2008

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The team at Voices.com is always raising the bar and we're about to do so again big time.

Before we make our next round of updates and improvements we thought it would be prudent to ask you for some feedback through a survey.

There is only one question:

What can we do to improve our service that would really knock your socks off?

To take the one question survey and share your thoughts (dream big!) click here or on the banner below.

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Best wishes,

Stephanie, David, Carol, Laurynda, Erica and Lin

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Related Topics: raising the bar, service, voices.com, www.voices.com


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    Hi - and thanks for asking!

    I've offered my "advice" and requests often before and at the risk of being too much of a squeaky wheel, I'll be happy to do so again.

    Actually, David has been kind to thank me for my input over the years - asked for or not!

    Thanks,

    Melanie

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      Hi Melanie,

      As always, it is great to hear from you and your ideas are very welcome.

      We'll certainly talk about your ideas as well as those of others who take the survey and give each idea thorough consideration.

      For those of you who would like to be heard and share your thoughts about how to make Voices.com a better service for you, please click on the link to take the one question survey to help us keep all of the feedback organized in one place.

      Best wishes,

      Stephanie

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