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August 10, 2010 – Target Survey

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To take part in the Target survey, go on over to

The Target customer satisfaction survey is administered through their website, at Online administration of surveys is an increasingly popular option for businesses, because it decreases the cost of the survey, and automates the collection of survey data for later analysis.

If you want to take part in the Target customer survey, you need to have bought something at a Target store recently, and have received a receipt. At the bottom of some receipts is a User ID and Password. If you have one of the receipts with a User ID and password, you can log in with them at the website, and take the Target customer survey. This is a short 5-10 minute survey. After you have completed the survey, you will be entered into the Sweepstakes for a chance to win a $5000 Target gift card. There is one drawing per month, and hence once chance to win every month.

Target Inc. is a major general merchandise and food retailer in the United States, and every day, millions of people shop at this stores. While it is not the cheapest retailer to shop at, it aims to provide value for its middle class customers by providing a broader selection of goods compared to other stores, and generally providing better service. With this business model, it is thus extremely important for Target to understand the needs and wants of its customers in order to provide the correct selection of products and better service. Surveys are an important tool to understand a business’s customers, and also provide a venue for unhappy customers to vent, and therefore provides a chance to recapture the business of unhappy customers. To achieve these ends, Target has initiated a customer satisfaction survey for its customers.

So, if you have purchased goods at Target recently, go on over to to take part in the Target survey to get a chance to win $5000.

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