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Fax-based surveys give PC World magazine flexibility and quick turnaround at a low cost
PC World magazine uses fax-based surveys, with the help of the program Teleform, as a fast and economical research method.
Trade Talk: Study reveals younger women have more aches
A review of a Self magazine study that showed younger women suffer more health problems than older women and are less likely to treat them.
Company's recognition up 64% following advertising campaign
Effective advertising can make a huge difference in terms of brand recognition. Two direct mail surveys found that advertisements in Aviation Week & Space Technology increased brand recognition among subscribers by 64%.
Trade Talk: Reader survey shows strong relationship
Quirk's editor Joe Rydholm offers some highlights from a recent reader survey and outlines some new editorial features that will be added in response to reader input.
Research instrumental in creating system for measuring reader feelings about B2B publications
Cahners Publications and Simmons Market Research Bureau developed Affinity Index, a method of measuring the intensity of the relationship readers have with the publications that serve their respective industries. By quantifying reader feelings, the Affinity Index lets publications go a step beyond the usual methods of explaining their readership to advertisers: circulation numbers and/or demographics. To determine a magazine's Affinity Index, questionnaires are mailed to a sampling of its readers.

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