Questions

Results for: Survey Design

If you're willing to pay 25 cents per person, you can try Amazon's Mechanical Turk: https://www.mturk.com/mturk/welcome Here's an article about its successful use for surveys: http://www.npr.org/sections/alltechconsidered/2014/03/05/279669610/post-a-survey-on-mechanical-turk-and-watch-the-result...

Continue


Khuram's reference to what I call the "gap technique" is spot on. Few people will rate something 10/10 or A+. This gives you the opportunity to ask them how to achieve that highest rating. Once you do that: "Shut up and listen!" :) -- One of the worst mistakes is to get a participant talking (an...

Continue


Use Facebook insight. There is a feature in facebook that you can use to identify your potential customer and i'm revealing you a simple trick. Choose a 'public figure' of your niche: as an example if you are a personal trainer you can choose a very known name, then go to facebook insight, in t...

Continue


Use Google Forms. It works well to conduct surveys. They have lot of the functionality built in. You can use it for a number of other things as well.

Continue


Copyright © 2019 Startups.com LLC. All rights reserved.