When inviting a respondent to participate in your online survey, the perception of your cover letter (email) is critical. One mistake people often make with online surveys is Continue reading
When developing your employee survey or employee questionnaire you will need to determine the ‘type’ of data required for your research. The ‘type’ of data will determine what types of tables and charts you can produce for your employee survey. Continue reading
When planning your customer satisfaction survey it is important, as with any survey, to consider the various ways you select your target population, in order to minimize sampling errors. A clear understanding of sampling errors can help guide you in the development of the best possible customer satisfaction questionnaire. If your information is accurate and well sampled, clear and definitive business decisions can be made as a result of your findings. Continue reading
A great research brief begins with clear objectives and is an essential first step in any survey. A well thought out plan will enable you to prioritize your objective and to develop the right questions to gain the information you need for your market research.
The first step in developing your brief would be to answer these questions: Continue reading