How it Works !!

We have and are in the continuous process of increasing our database of candidates ready to respond. Sending a survey form to our members is a cost-effective method of getting valuable data for your business research. Low cost and a targeted audience are the advantages of using us. However, surveys have to be carefully constructed to avoid typical setbacks that tend to derail your campaign. Below you will find ideas to maximize your survey campaign success.Membersregister their profiles, which are to be updated at every login. Any incorrect information in their profile will disqualify them from their rewards.Agents assist those members who either have No Internet access, or are illiterate, and needed to be a part of our consumer profile.Companies Register themselves, and proceed to set their Questionnaire. They decide on the location, age, gender, occupation, and financial status of those whose opinions matter in helping them arrive at an informed decision.

1. The Audience

The most common problem is receiving low response rates.These can make your surveys useless. Moreover, an irritating survey can antagonize your list. This can make your list unresponsive, and obviously, having unresponsive subscribers can be a major setback in your efforts. So construct your survey campaigns carefully.Start by choosing a sample well:

• First, decide on your sample size and choose your sampling method.
• Second, consider qualities of the target survey respondents.
• Third, match the goals of your survey study with characteristics of the survey sample.

With us as you select your target audience you get to know the number of candidates who qualify.

2. The Form

After you have chosen and characterized a target sample, you have to construct the survey form. You’ll want to balance the number and complexity of the questions with the need to make the experience of filling out the survey easy for the respondent. Also, make sure that important phrases and words stand out and that your incentives and calls to action are clear and visible.One key to encourage good response is to construct an eye-grabbing subject line. Make it stand out, but don’t antagonize your recipients with a pushy or misleading message. Take your time to compose the right message.

3. Get Them to the Right Page

Another important thing to consider for a successful survey campaign is to make sure that your landing page gives the reader a sense of continuity. If there is a disruption between your message and the survey page, then the response rates may be lower, even if your messageread rate is high. Make this process as congruent as you can.

4. Make Sure it Works

Next, check all the technical aspects. Failing to make your survey sequence work well is a fatal mistake that should never happen. Test the whole process yourself to be sure that it works well, and determine if there is a need to make the form more user friendly.

5. Collect and Analyse

After the survey campaign, the most important part of the process is to get your data. But don’t just focus on the survey results. Analyse the success of your survey campaign, too. Start by calculating the number of successfully delivered messages. From this number, you need to determinate the number of fully completed and partially filled survey forms and the number of respondents who haven’t taken the survey at all. If you do this, then you‘ll get data that will help you the next time you want to conduct a survey.Hope these tips will help you get satisfactory response rates and collect your response rate data correctly. However, there are other factors that are essential to have a quality online survey. In particular, proper wording of the questions in your survey is something at which you may want to take a closer look. Still, the response rate is a very important metric that will give you an overall picture of the success of your study.

Sample Survey

Below is an example of Survey Questions. You get a Mail when you are required to respond. You log in at the site, and go through the questionnaire and select an option as your personal opinion. It is necessary that you respond in private, and not let anyone influence your response.

Example Survey Topic : Mobile Phone Usage

No. of Questions: 33

1. How important is Mobile Service for you: Not at all Somewhat Very important Extremely important

2. I would have fewer friends if I did not have a Mobile phone: Strongly Agree Somewhat Agree Strongly Disagree

3. Which of the following applies to you: Make the To Buy decision Influence the To BuyHave No Say

4. I Change my handset regularly: Strongly Agree Strongly Disagree Somewhat Agree Somewhat Disagree

5. I would feel embarassed if my Mobile phone was outdated: Strongly Agree Strongly Disagree Somewhat Agree Somewhat Disagree

6. When a New Mobile phone is launched I am ready to buy it: Strongly Agree Strongly DisagreeSomewhat Agree Somewhat Disagree

7. I would want to use all functions on my phone: Strongly Agree Strongly Disagree Somewhat Agree Somewhat Disagree

8. I would like to try all the functions available on my phone: Strongly Agree Strongly Disagree Somewhat Agree Somewhat Disagree

9. Currently I own: Nokia Samsung LGMotorolaPanasonic Sony Ericcson other brand

10. Why do you refer a particular Brand of Phone: Design Price Ease of Use Availability Better service

11. How long having you been using your present phone: less than 3 months 3-6 months 6-12 months 12 – 24 months more than 24 months

12. Cost of your mobile phone: less than Rs 3000 3001-6000 6001-9000 9001-12000 more than 12000

13. How did you Purchase your Mobile phone: Dealer Retailer Internet others

14. How satisfied are you with your current mobile phone: Very Unsatisfied Unsatisfied satisfied Extremely satisfied

15. Compared to other brands available in the market is yours: Much Better Better same Bad worse

16. How likely you are to recommend your phone brand to others: Definitely will Probably will Not sure Will Not Cannot Answer

17. How often do you make a call from your phone: several times a day once a day few times a week few times a month

18. Have you found your phone user unfriendly: Yes NoCannot say

19. When are you planning your next mobile purchase: 1-3 months 3-6months 6-12 months 12-24 months

20. Have you started investigating brands for your next purchase: Yes No

21. While purchasing your next phone which brand will you prefer: Nokia Samsung LG Motorola Panasonic Sony Ericcson other brand

22. How much are you willing to spend for your next purchase: less than 3000 3000-5000 5001-10000 above 10000

23. Where would you prefer to purchase your next phone: Dealer Retailer Internet others

24. Have you purchased online: Yes No

25. Which Network are you connected to: BSNL Airtel Vodafone Reliance Others

26. Which of the following describes your plan: Individual Family Corporate

27. Is your current plan: Prepaid Postpaid

28. Your Average Billing per month is: less than 100 100-300 301-500 501-800 801-1000 above 1000

29. Do you pay your mobile phone bill: I pay Employer pays

30. Rate your current service: Excellent Good Average Poor

31. In the near future how likely are you to switch your service provider: Very likely Somewhat likely Maybe Unlikely Very unlikely

32. How often do you replace your handset: every 3 months every 6 months every year Never replaced

33. How has your usage changed with time: Increased Same Decreased