In order to create a professional survey that has a high response rate and gathers only the most useful information, it is important to have a great research design. Research design can be seen as the overall framework of your study. It addresses the research problem by identifying the study’s purpose and its objectives, while also providing the researcher with a strategy to effectively gain the information required.
Quota sampling has long been used by survey researchers to better represent their target population in their surveys. This article gives an inside look at how you can implement quotas into your survey to gain more accurate and representative results.
Every organization has goals, the difficult part is quantifying your progress towards reaching them. Read this article to learn how to create a survey research plan to not only measure your progress but to push your company towards its much deserved success!
Is the order of your question list resulting a survey bias called priming? Learn what survey priming is and how you can limit its effect on your results.
If you want to measure the different aspects of a product, company, workplace, or service, a gap analysis is your ticket to identifying the strengths and weakness of any research topic. Learn how to implement a gap analysis in your survey and learn what your doing right and what needs to be improved,
Ever wonder what the average response rate is? How about whether your survey completion rate is up to research and business standards? Learn the answers to both these questions and how you can increase response rates and minimize dropouts by reading this article!
Want to understand how engaged your employees are with your business? Learn the four keys to successfully conducting a employee engagement survey, so you can improve your company's work environment.
Selecting a target sample group is one of the first steps to designing a survey. Read this article to find out how different sample types affect research results and how your survey can take advantage.
Question types and wording are not the only things that define a great questionnaire. This article goes over the importance of creating the right survey structure, including the secrets to categorizing and ordering your questions effectively.
In today's online research environment, it is important to take full advantage of mobile devices. Read this article to learn 4 practical and effective ways researchers are currently using mobile devices in their projects.
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