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From the Publisher June/July 1987
Short and direct questionnaires are key to panel member satisfaction and retention.
Trade Talk: Research season is year-round at Coleman Co.
Outdoor outfitter Coleman uses a product-specific questionnaire, Coleman keeps tabs on who's using its products, how it can improve them and if it should start manufacturing new products.
Data Use: 'No preference' in paired-preference testing
In simple paired comparison tests, the authors argue that the trinomial approach is fundamentally correct.
A method for finding 'virgin' respondents
The researchers used a sample of their mailed survey respondents to a “Get Paid for Your Opinions” direct mail effort to explore the makeup of study recruits. Participants responded to a questionnaire through phone or mailed responses. This study is one of the first to combine information about lifetime experience in focus groups with reasons for wanting to participate in them, as well as demographic data.
Is computer-aided interviewing for you?
While many research companies are now using computer-aided interviewing, many buyers are not taking advantage of the service. This article explores computer-aided interviewing, including why buyers neither request nor desire to take advantage of this technology.

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Sponsored Content: 11 Easy Ways to Improve Your Survey Response Rates
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Gamification 101 - from theory to practice - part I
In part one of a two-part article addressing gamification, the author discusses gamification theory and the several different methods marketing researchers can use to increase the enjoyment and feedback quality from surveys.
Gamification 101 - from theory to practice - part II
In the second installment of a two-part gamification article, the author offers insight and examples on how researchers can design questions to be more game-like.
Where gamification came from and why it could be here to stay
BrainJuicer's Tom Ewing explores the rise of gamification and looks at where it might be headed as a research tool.
By the Numbers: For better insights from text analytics, elicit better comments
How to tweak your question-writing to draw richer responses.

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Related Events

January 26-28, 2016
Burke Institute will hold a workshop focused on designing effective questionnaires on January 26-28 in New York.
April 19-21, 2016
Burke Institute will hold a workshop focused on designing effective questionnaires on April 19-21 in Los Angeles.

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