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Data Collection Field Services

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Tags: | Airport Interviews | Central Location Interviewing | Convention Interviews 
Data Collection Field Services | Door-To-Door Interviewing | E-mail Surveys | Ethnic Interviewing 
| Executive Interviewing | Exit Interviews | Field Audits | Field Management Services 
| Independent Field Director | Interactive Voice Response (IVR) | International Interviewing 
| Mail Surveys | Mall Interviewing | MCASI-Mobile Computer Aided Self Interviewing 
| Medical Interviewing | One-on-One (Depth) Interviews | Online Interviewing | On-site Interviewing 
| Overnight Interviewing | Personal/CAPI Interviewing | Pre-Recruit Interviewing 
| Telephone Interviewing/CATI | Testimonial Interviewing | Validations 

 

Recent Articles

Below are the 5 most recent articles on this topic. These articles were published within the last three years and are only available to registered subscribers.

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Reducing survey bias by capturing actual moment contexts
Netflix researchers explore the differences between e-mail and push-notification smartphone surveys in capturing in-the-moment responses to questions about video-viewing choices.
How game-enhanced design can improve respondent satisfaction and data quality
JP Morgan Chase and Socratic Technologies explore findings from their research-on-research case study on the merits of gamifying surveys.

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Related Articles

There are 518 articles in our archive related to this topic. Below are 5 selected at random and available to all users of the site.

Packaging research guides positioning of 3M's innovative line of wood care products
3M tested a number of packaging designs for its line of wood care products to make sure that the packaging would communicate key ideas and the benefits to both novice and experienced woodworkers. The computer-generated designs experimented with different names for the products (such as Safe Strip, Strip Safer) and informational taglines below the product name to explain the product benefits. The main research methods used were eye-tracking and one-on-one interviews.
A common sense approach to dialing costs
This article discusses two methods of estimating the expected savings from eliminating non-working numbers from telephone-based research studies. One method estimates the average number of minutes in each hour that interviewers actually spend administering questionnaires. The second method assesses what the savings would be to develop a dialing rate per hour just for non-working numbers.
Data Use: Translating 'researcher-speak' into 'executive-ese'
To best communicate survey findings to the executives who must act on them, researchers must use the language of decisions. By presenting information that is integrated, simplified and focused upon the issue at hand, they will help their internal clients act decisively and also improve the standing of the research function within their organization.
Tips for effective community engagement
To get the most from your MROC, use these ideas to make sure that respondents and internal stakeholders alike are fully engaged in the process.
Part I: 16 ways to improve moderating
The author offers 16 tips for improving online moderating, from ways to encourage and enhance respondent communication to how to deal with problem respondents and what conversation styles work best in the online setting.

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