Survey fatigue in your respondents often leads to an increased abandonment rate…but if you’re not careful, it can affect your data collection, too.
Here are 5 key ways to keep your respondents engaged and improve the response rate of your online surveys.
There are lots of ways to ask people to respond to your survey, and one of the most popular and effective is distributing invitations via email. Regardless of the audience type, your survey email invitation plays a key role in persuading your targeted respondents to complete your survey…or not. To ensure maximum engagement with your…
It can be difficult to predict the level of survey participation you will receive, since survey response rates vary widely and a variety of factors can impact them. But if you investigate these factors you can take steps to improve your response rates, giving you more statistically relevant data and better ROI on your survey…
Ed Halteman takes another look at an end-of-year survey he received…and revises his list of top survey mistakes.
By setting up an internal survey like an IT survey, you can improve efficiency, solve IT issues faster, and generate reports to analyze ongoing problems.
Survey respondents say that they want choices – but research shows that they’re less happy with more options. How should you create your surveys to take advantage of this fact?
Do most of your online surveys have a welcome page? The next time you create a survey, here are a few good reasons you should include one.