Net Promoter Score calculator
Calculate your NPS for Free.

Want to know how to calculate Net Promoter Score® (NPS) for your brand?

This Net Promoter Score calculator will help you how to create, categorize, and compare your NPS score.

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Net Promoter Score Calculator

Discover your Net Promoter Score subtracting the percentage of Detractors from the percentage of Promoters.

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How does the NPS calculation work?

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Net Promoter Score calculator

You need to follow a systematic approach for NPS calculation. When you are dealing with hundreds of surveys, you should follow a step-by-step method to create and conduct a survey, categorize responses, calculate the score, compare it, and take action. It all begins by asking your customers a simple and straightforward: “How likely is that you would recommend us to a friend?" and provide your customers with an option to choose an appropriate number between 0 and 10. Categorizing responses is the next step. Net Promoter Score calculation involves identifying Promoters, Passives, and Detractors. After categorization, it's time to calculate NPS. If you want to know more, read also: NPS Calculator and How It Works?

How to Find Net Promoter Score

The NPS is measured by asking a simple question: “How likely are you to recommend us to a friend/colleague?” Customers respond to the question by selecting an appropriate number between 0 and 10. A high rating means that the customer is extremely likely to recommend your business while low numbers indicate that the customer won’t recommend your brand. The NPS could range between -100 and 100. You need to compare the NPS with industry benchmark to make sense of how good or bad it is. Generally, higher NPS means your customers are satisfied with your company and they’re loyal customers.
But you don’t always get a high score. There are industries where a low score means you’re doing an awesome job. The Net Promoter Score varies from industry to industry.

What is a good NPS score?

The NPS could range between -100 and 100. You need to compare the NPS with industry benchmark to make sense of how good or bad it is. Generally, higher NPS means your customers are satisfied with your company and they’re loyal customers. A good Net Promoter Score for one industry might be poor for another industry. Consider department stores where a decent NPS is 52. On the other hand, a good NPS for the internet service industry is -7
The NPS varies from industry to industry so if you end up selecting an inaccurate industry, your NPS will be misleading. Generally, NPS above 70 is considered good irrespective of your industry. If your NPS is above 30, it is still good irrespective of your industry as it means your business has more happy customers than unhappy ones. Even if your NPS is between 0 and 30, it is still considered acceptable and isn’t really bad. However, if it is below 0, that’s the time when you should worry. Read also: What is a Good Net Promoter Score (NPS)?