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Inc. This Morning for May 5th, 2022


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Peter Burgess
The worst number in business Inbox Inc. This Morning Unsubscribe 7:42 AM (34 minutes ago) to me INC. THIS MORNING The worst number in business Good morning, In the past two decades, the net promoter score, known as NPS, went from a budding idea with some value to an overgrown weed. The customer-experience metric has crept its way into nearly every nook and cranny of marketing strategy, and CEOs have clutched to the stat in spades, especially in recent years. The fixation on NPS among businesses is worrisome. As Inc. columnist Nick Hobson argues, the number is arbitrary, and provides no insight as to what to do next. Instead, it’s better to focus on metrics that are connected to relevant outcomes, like churn rate, cash flow, and revenue. Read on for why relying on NPS won’t help and may even hurt your business. Applications are open for Female Founders 100 -- Final Deadline: May 6 Our annual list celebrates the most inspiring, creative, tenacious, and trailblazing women in entrepreneurship. Apply now! Have a question for Madefor? Join May 18th at 12 PM ET Patrick Dossett of Madefor is Inc.’s next guest for the Your Next Move web series. Leave a question in registration and he may answer it live. HERE'S WHAT ELSE I'M READING TODAY: Some products seem to go spontaneously viral on Kickstarter. But actually, it can take intense planning. How one new brand did it.–Inc. Meta, the company formerly known as Facebook, released a slew of free tools to help small businesses better access first-party data--this, after Apple made it harder last year to target customers through social media advertising.--Inc. This Hollywood director’s rule can help you be more charming and productive. –Inc. Since men often sit in powerful positions at organizations, they can be prime allies for women to help dismantle power structures that block equal opportunity. –HBR Saying “no” more often is a simple way to boost your mental health. –WSJ ONE MORE THING: Your social media manager may be ready to quit. –Inc. --Brit Morse Associate editor, Inc. How are we doing? Send me ideas and feedback at BMorse@inc.com and on Twitter at @britnmorse. Join the visionaries who choose Inc. as their trusted source for the most accurate reporting on business. Join Inc. Unlimited today. Click here to forward to a friend. This email was sent by: Mansueto Ventures 7 World Trade Center, 29th Floor New York, NY, 10007, Unsubscribe • Update Profile • View in Browser • Privacy Policy



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