Image maps are a great way to capture responses for an online survey. They can take a complicated question and make it easy to read and fast to complete, by having the respondent interact with an image rather than long strings of text. Continue reading
Have you ever had two grids/tables in an online survey that you wished you could line up side-by-side, or have you wanted to ask the same questions twice for two different scales? Advanced Survey Software Solutions have the ability to create Compound Grid questions. With the Compound Grid tool, sophisticated survey software programs make this function as easy as clicking a mouse. Continue reading
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
Whether you are designing an Online, Paper, Kiosk or Mobile Survey, this checklist of question development tips will help you to build the best survey questionnaire for your study. Continue reading
As you develop your online, kiosk, mobile or paper survey, you should be creating questions that are as precise as possible. Precision questions have the highest degree of accuracy and truthfulness as a result of the Respondents ability to recall events with ease.
When asking questions about behaviors and activities, the following components contribute to improving the precision of questions: Continue reading
Factual questions, also referred to as behavioral questions, are the most common type of question used in survey questionnaires. Whether you are designing an online, paper, kiosk or mobile survey, this type of question usually asks about past or ongoing observable behaviors or events, which in theory, can be verified by other people. Continue reading
Dr Steve Jenkins, managing director at Snap Surveys, comments: “We are delighted to be working with Leisure-net Solutions. This new survey product will be a cost-effective way
for organisations in the leisure industry to gather, analyse and benchmark vital staff and customer feedback.”
Leisure-net Solutions will for the first time be offering an online version of its market research services, allowing health clubs and leisure centres to conduct their own staff and member surveys. The Leisure-net branded surveys will be created and delivered as
part of a partnership deal with Snap Surveys. 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
Snap Surveys has partnered with Cint, a provider of SaaS-based solutions for market research. The partnership includes the integration of Cint Direct Sample (CDS), enabling Snap Surveys clients to perform their own market research. Snap clients will have automated access to millions of high-quality online respondents worldwide, giving clients the tools to access sample panels to integrate into survey research projects. Continue reading