Smartphones are increasingly being used as primary internet devices for everything from web browsing, checking & sending emails, viewing videos, and more. In this whitepaper, learn how to build surveys & questionnaires for an increasingly mobile world.Download Whitepaper
Hello everyone! It is always a great treat to take a step away from blogging on FluidSurveys features and survey tips in order to discuss how Fluidware is working to stay involved with the wonderful Ottawa community. Recently, Fluidware graciously
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FluidSurveys 5.0 has been released and has revolutionized the survey industry! Learn about all the new features in survey creation, distribution & analysis in this webinar.
Most researchers learn to create a well-structured and professional survey out of necessity. However, many of these survey creators do not realize that their response rates and quality of responses are being affected by how credible their questionnaire appears. In
Enhancing Business Operations with FluidSurveys Birdsong is a UK based consultancy helping charities work more effectively with their people. Birdsong does this through evaluating and developing organizational culture, and by tackling specific issues such as team dynamics and workplace
Hey gang! Communicating your study’s results to your co-workers, managers, and clients in a way that is both professional and easy to understand is a crucial skill for any researcher. Many studies with amazing results are not acted on or
Helping Researchers Establish Baseline Data for Entrepreneurship among Atlantic Aboriginal Women Monica Diochon is a Professor in the Business Administrative Department at St. Francis Xavier University, and an established researcher in the field of entrepreneurship. When she and colleagues from the
Hello Everyone! Today, FluidSurveys would like to discuss how legislation like HIPAA and the Privacy Act affect online survey research, with specific attention to the health industry. This is a specific issue that many health researchers should be wary of.