I guess it’s potentially useful for any business if for example 95% of respondents are older and don’t use social media much - they may need to concentrate advertising/promotion in more traditional arenas or invent some new marketing strategy for social media.
Alternatively they may have given up on older demographics and we’re not seen in their future plans.
Likewise. Having grabbed a customer’s attention I thought they could have capitalised on it far more than they did. A missed opportunity to my mind.
I wonder if Naim Audio have ever considered approaching Forumites with a survey (either through the forum platform or via member’s email addresses)? Or do they feel that the forum posts give them all the info they could need? I would have thought they would get a high response rate?
I suspect there’s quite a bit of antipathy towards Linn’s LP12 business model nowadays (as is sometimes vented around here), what with the various (relatively expensive for what they are & do) upgrades, noting some of the QC issues flagged around these parts too.
I suspect they’d need a slew of moderators were the Linn Forum still be running.
Tick all the boxes and you’ll get the lot.
I chose LP12 I’ve no interest in the rest.
I suppose if you unsubscribe then sign up again it might reset I’m sure a mail to the helpline will sort it out.
You may well be correct sir, but as a survey it’s pretty unintuitive - they’d be better off asking if we had an interest in hardware XYZ so they could send more info as well as specifying communication preferences. This all assumes it wasn’t a generic anonymised survey.
As a very content LP12 owner, I feel slighted Linn didn’t seek me out and ask me to complete their questionnaire.
I also feel slightly miffed that Naim hasn’t sorted out the global supply chain problems and released the 272 replacement as yet.
I suspect that despite these adverse experiences, I will successfully cope with the disappointment and lead a full and mostly happy life going forward.
I am probably wrong (nothing new there ) but I thought some of it was transferred across to another hifi forum which I don’t believe we are allowed to identify on this forum (maybe George Michael and Andrew Ridgely would be able to help you further though)?