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11/14/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

If you've used customer surveys to gauge how clients feel about you, do you ever wonder how your results compare to the rest of your industry? November's Texas REALTOR® Magazine Minute explains how choosing a well-known, branded survey such as the Net Promoter Score can add context to your results. Learn more about customer surveys and how they can help you generate more business in the November issue of Texas REALTOR®.

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