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Jan 17 Posted 2 years ago
Asking can be quite a powerful tool however there are flaws in asking. For one thing there is the bias in HOW you ask the question. As an example:
Was this the best blog post you've ever read?
Wasn't this one of the best blog posts you've read today?
Did you enjoy this blog post?
All different ways of getting a sense of how much you liked my post but all slightly varied.
Additionally, there's how the other person feels about speaking openly to you. They may really like you but don't love your product, therefore they don't want to hurt your feelings. Asking can be a great approach but it's often best coupled with observing.
Does that make sense? Do you agree or disagree?
Jan 16 Posted 2 years ago
From my opinion, the best way is always ASK. Directly, easy and fast.