Category Product Management

Dirty laundry: Why you shouldn’t ignore customer feedback

For many of us out there, keeping up with laundry is their Achilles’ heel when it comes to housekeeping. I don’t know about you, but whenever I manage to get...

3 not-so-boring tips on how to avoid boring content

To say that the Internet is a crowded place is like saying that there are a lot of stars in the sky, grains of sand on a beach, or atoms...

Feature requests done right: The case of Facebook reactions

Understanding what customers really need is never an easy task. As a Product Manager you may already know that it’s rarely what they ask for. Especially when it comes to...

Vocal minority and silent majority: Understanding the voices of customer feedback

Kudos! You did it! You have successfully launched your new product or introduced a new feature and now, among all the exciting challenges that are part and parcel of product...

Debunking the faster horse myth in customer feedback

One of the most successful and quotable businessmen, Henry Ford, famously said that “If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said a faster horse.”

A modern treasure-hunt: Reading between the lines of customer feedback

It’s a data-jungle out there and paying close attention to what your customers have to say about you is more important than ever. This is why customer feedback is a...

5 books for Product Managers - well, for people

Our team consists of a Frontend Engineer, a Backend Engineer and a Data Scientist. When we started building Feedgrip 1 year ago, we knew we had a problem to solve....

Join the Feedgrip early adopter group

We are in the process of building the best Feedback Management System to date — with the help of AI. Over the coming months a small group of early adopters...

Why we removed Machine Learning from our pitch-deck

This story starts with a tweet regarding the use of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in our pitch-deck, presentations and casual chit chats on what we are building at Feedgrip....

How we got feedback for our product

Six months ago we started working on Feedgrip. As we have been working towards our beta release, I’d like to share how we got feedback for our project, making this...

Bridging the gap between Feedback and Product

I recently received the following email from O’Reilly: The CTA button leads to SurveyMonkey, where I was asked to fill in a survey. Super easy to do and in fact,...

Category Product Manager

Dirty laundry: Why you shouldn’t ignore customer feedback

For many of us out there, keeping up with laundry is their Achilles’ heel when it comes to housekeeping. I don’t know about you, but whenever I manage to get...

3 not-so-boring tips on how to avoid boring content

To say that the Internet is a crowded place is like saying that there are a lot of stars in the sky, grains of sand on a beach, or atoms...

How we got feedback for our product

Six months ago we started working on Feedgrip. As we have been working towards our beta release, I’d like to share how we got feedback for our project, making this...

Bridging the gap between Feedback and Product

I recently received the following email from O’Reilly: The CTA button leads to SurveyMonkey, where I was asked to fill in a survey. Super easy to do and in fact,...

Category User Feedback

Dirty laundry: Why you shouldn’t ignore customer feedback

For many of us out there, keeping up with laundry is their Achilles’ heel when it comes to housekeeping. I don’t know about you, but whenever I manage to get...

3 not-so-boring tips on how to avoid boring content

To say that the Internet is a crowded place is like saying that there are a lot of stars in the sky, grains of sand on a beach, or atoms...

Feature requests done right: The case of Facebook reactions

Understanding what customers really need is never an easy task. As a Product Manager you may already know that it’s rarely what they ask for. Especially when it comes to...

Vocal minority and silent majority: Understanding the voices of customer feedback

Kudos! You did it! You have successfully launched your new product or introduced a new feature and now, among all the exciting challenges that are part and parcel of product...

Debunking the faster horse myth in customer feedback

One of the most successful and quotable businessmen, Henry Ford, famously said that “If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said a faster horse.”

Join the Feedgrip early adopter group

We are in the process of building the best Feedback Management System to date — with the help of AI. Over the coming months a small group of early adopters...

How we got feedback for our product

Six months ago we started working on Feedgrip. As we have been working towards our beta release, I’d like to share how we got feedback for our project, making this...

Bridging the gap between Feedback and Product

I recently received the following email from O’Reilly: The CTA button leads to SurveyMonkey, where I was asked to fill in a survey. Super easy to do and in fact,...

Category Agile

Bridging the gap between Feedback and Product

I recently received the following email from O’Reilly: The CTA button leads to SurveyMonkey, where I was asked to fill in a survey. Super easy to do and in fact,...

Category Customer Support

Feature requests done right: The case of Facebook reactions

Understanding what customers really need is never an easy task. As a Product Manager you may already know that it’s rarely what they ask for. Especially when it comes to...

Vocal minority and silent majority: Understanding the voices of customer feedback

Kudos! You did it! You have successfully launched your new product or introduced a new feature and now, among all the exciting challenges that are part and parcel of product...

Debunking the faster horse myth in customer feedback

One of the most successful and quotable businessmen, Henry Ford, famously said that “If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said a faster horse.”

Join the Feedgrip early adopter group

We are in the process of building the best Feedback Management System to date — with the help of AI. Over the coming months a small group of early adopters...

How we got feedback for our product

Six months ago we started working on Feedgrip. As we have been working towards our beta release, I’d like to share how we got feedback for our project, making this...

Bridging the gap between Feedback and Product

I recently received the following email from O’Reilly: The CTA button leads to SurveyMonkey, where I was asked to fill in a survey. Super easy to do and in fact,...

Category Customer Success

Dirty laundry: Why you shouldn’t ignore customer feedback

For many of us out there, keeping up with laundry is their Achilles’ heel when it comes to housekeeping. I don’t know about you, but whenever I manage to get...

3 not-so-boring tips on how to avoid boring content

To say that the Internet is a crowded place is like saying that there are a lot of stars in the sky, grains of sand on a beach, or atoms...

Feature requests done right: The case of Facebook reactions

Understanding what customers really need is never an easy task. As a Product Manager you may already know that it’s rarely what they ask for. Especially when it comes to...

Vocal minority and silent majority: Understanding the voices of customer feedback

Kudos! You did it! You have successfully launched your new product or introduced a new feature and now, among all the exciting challenges that are part and parcel of product...

Debunking the faster horse myth in customer feedback

One of the most successful and quotable businessmen, Henry Ford, famously said that “If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said a faster horse.”

How we got feedback for our product

Six months ago we started working on Feedgrip. As we have been working towards our beta release, I’d like to share how we got feedback for our project, making this...

Category Machine Learning

Why we removed Machine Learning from our pitch-deck

This story starts with a tweet regarding the use of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in our pitch-deck, presentations and casual chit chats on what we are building at Feedgrip....

Category Data Science

Why we removed Machine Learning from our pitch-deck

This story starts with a tweet regarding the use of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in our pitch-deck, presentations and casual chit chats on what we are building at Feedgrip....

Category Startup Lessons

Why we removed Machine Learning from our pitch-deck

This story starts with a tweet regarding the use of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in our pitch-deck, presentations and casual chit chats on what we are building at Feedgrip....

Category Feedback Management

Why we removed Machine Learning from our pitch-deck

This story starts with a tweet regarding the use of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in our pitch-deck, presentations and casual chit chats on what we are building at Feedgrip....

Category Product Management Tool

Dirty laundry: Why you shouldn’t ignore customer feedback

For many of us out there, keeping up with laundry is their Achilles’ heel when it comes to housekeeping. I don’t know about you, but whenever I manage to get...

3 not-so-boring tips on how to avoid boring content

To say that the Internet is a crowded place is like saying that there are a lot of stars in the sky, grains of sand on a beach, or atoms...

Join the Feedgrip early adopter group

We are in the process of building the best Feedback Management System to date — with the help of AI. Over the coming months a small group of early adopters...

Category Customer Feedback Tools

Join the Feedgrip early adopter group

We are in the process of building the best Feedback Management System to date — with the help of AI. Over the coming months a small group of early adopters...

Category Reading

5 books for Product Managers - well, for people

Our team consists of a Frontend Engineer, a Backend Engineer and a Data Scientist. When we started building Feedgrip 1 year ago, we knew we had a problem to solve....

Category Books

5 books for Product Managers - well, for people

Our team consists of a Frontend Engineer, a Backend Engineer and a Data Scientist. When we started building Feedgrip 1 year ago, we knew we had a problem to solve....

Category Customer Feedback

Dirty laundry: Why you shouldn’t ignore customer feedback

For many of us out there, keeping up with laundry is their Achilles’ heel when it comes to housekeeping. I don’t know about you, but whenever I manage to get...

3 not-so-boring tips on how to avoid boring content

To say that the Internet is a crowded place is like saying that there are a lot of stars in the sky, grains of sand on a beach, or atoms...

Feature requests done right: The case of Facebook reactions

Understanding what customers really need is never an easy task. As a Product Manager you may already know that it’s rarely what they ask for. Especially when it comes to...

Vocal minority and silent majority: Understanding the voices of customer feedback

Kudos! You did it! You have successfully launched your new product or introduced a new feature and now, among all the exciting challenges that are part and parcel of product...

Debunking the faster horse myth in customer feedback

One of the most successful and quotable businessmen, Henry Ford, famously said that “If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said a faster horse.”

A modern treasure-hunt: Reading between the lines of customer feedback

It’s a data-jungle out there and paying close attention to what your customers have to say about you is more important than ever. This is why customer feedback is a...