Online Survey Question Types – SurveyRock Best Practices

SurveyRock offers many different survey question types for use on surveys. Below are some best practices associated with various online survey question types.

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How Many People Do I Survey?

This is a very common question people ask before sending a survey. You can follow these steps and the chart below to determine how many people you need to interview in order to get results that reflect the target population as precisely as needed.

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The Differences Between Polls And Surveys

At SurveyRock, all account holders can now create a poll and embed it on their website or blog making it easy to collect and share general feedback.

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SurveyRock Online Survey Deployment

SurveyRock offers you a couple of online survey deployment options that are not mutually exclusive, so you can use more than one distribution option for a single survey. After the initial launch, you can always make the survey available to additional respondents regardless of the option you chose initially.

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Online Surveys As Part Of Your Event Marketing Strategy

Marketers are always trying to squeeze just a little more value out of each event and yet there’s one event marketing strategy that is often overlooked: online surveys.

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Does Timing Influence Survey Results?

With the growth of internet research and its promise to deliver speed, it is often debated among market researchers if time of response and reduced field times result in biased data.

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Online Surveys And Healthcare Professionals

Five years after the Affordable Care Act became law, a recent survey by PerryUndem Research/Communication for Vox Media shows that 57% of Americans do not feel they have enough information to fully understand the law, but there is little insight to be found regarding healthcare industry professionals on this as well as other healthcare-related topics.

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Analyzing Survey Data: How Does It Play In Peoria?

The saying “Will it play in Peoria?” originated in the early ’20s and ’30s during the US vaudeville era and is used to ask whether a given product, person, promotional theme, or event will appeal to mainstream America, or across a broad range of demographic/psychographic groups. The success of this resilient phrase can be attributed to the fact that the population of Peoria was fairly representative of the country as a whole.

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Survey Results Graphs and Charts

In creating a visual representation of your survey results there are a few options to consider so be sure to choose the format that will best illustrates your findings.

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