A Quick Glance at Attributed Surveys

What is an attributed survey? Unlike anonymous surveys, there’s a connection to respondents.  Since certain contact and demographic data is provided, it makes it easier connect participants to their survey responses. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of attributed surveys: Pros You…

A Quick Glance at Anonymous Surveys

What is an anonymous survey? This type of surveys has no connection to its participants.  Neither e-mail addresses nor personal information is collected; therefore, survey responses can’t be traced back to the respondents. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of anonymous surveys:…

These Are 5 Effective Survey Distribution Channels

You’ve taken care of both the survey design and calculating the sample size.  Plus, you’ve already defined your target audience. So, what’s next?  Distributing your survey. Let’s take a look at 5 different survey distribution channels.  The key thing is to determine which one works…

Your Survey’s Magic Number: Calculating the Right Sample Size

Over the past weeks, I’ve covered a good number of survey question mistakes to avoid.  I hope that these articles help you during the survey design process. Once that is taken care of, consider calculating your sample size.  I want to walk you through the…