m Survey Market Review, Trends

By pjain      Published June 10, 2020, 9:50 p.m. in blog Lambda7   

Survey Trends and Key Factors

Online Surveys make it far easier

In offline world taking surveys and opinion polls was a challenging and time-consuming task. However, various Survey Apps that are available in the market have changed the way we take surveys these days. Everything is on the internet and people from across the globe can take numerous surveys irrespective of their geographical location, demography or social status.

Enter to Win - motivate users to partake in surveys

Not seen as an Ad

Problem: Customer Dis-satisfied Most likely to fill surveys

Problem: Pay-for-Survey Incentives can backfire in accuracy - "Get opinion you pay for!"

As an incentive for consumers to fill out online surveys, companies offer them rewards. At Web sites like e-Rewards and MySurvey, consumers either earn money or points for each survey they fill out and submit. Those points can be redeemed for rewards such as discounts on products, free airline miles or gasoline gift cards.

SEG: New Product and Startups

SEG: SALES, MARKETING - Business Surveys

Make the right business decisions with Data Driven

“Our strategy is driven by data and one important source is customer insights. Qualtrics makes it quick and affordable to gather these insights”

Admit your ignorance - Get valuable Market Information

New Product Ideas, Insights

  • Discover new product or services. Could you offer more to your clients and customers? Provide a business survey targeting your line of products and services to see if you’re missing out on valuable offerings.

Quantify customer satisfaction

Give them a voice with a customer satisfaction survey and hear what they have to say.

Analyze and track customer insights. Your customers are very often the best audience to give you information on how your company is doing.

Fine-tune Your Customers UX

Create online business surveys to gauge the interests and satisfaction of your customers.

SEG: Market Research and Quantification Surveys

What is market research? Hits are not made by Seat-of-Pants!

In the business world, an untested idea is a bad idea.

Before spending millions of dollars designing, manufacturing and marketing a product, companies first have to figure out whether anyone even wants to buy it. So, companies invest in market research because it gives them hard data upon which to base their important decisions

All in an effort to determine which logo is the catchiest, which flavor of potato chip is the most addictive and which pop song will be the next big hit [source: The Huffington Post].

American companies spend billions of dollars each year on different forms of market research.

Secondary market research comes first

Secondary research uses existing sources to find information about the type of product a company wants to sell and the current market for that product. These existing sources could be newspaper and magazine articles, white papers by industry experts or government statistics. Essentially you build up a "Book" of facts - a company gathers all of the existing market research available

Often the information is not quantified, is "opinion" like court "hearsay",and full of myths and misinformation.

Primary, or original research for more RELEVANT info

Primary research yields data that the company generates through its own focus groups, interviews and surveys.

a. Qualitative Primary research is more in-depth and focuses on getting answers to particular questions and concerns. Examples of qualitative research are focus groups and one-on-one interviews.

b. Quantitative Primary research typically uses e.g. surveys to collect large amounts of responses that can be analyzed statistically. Those responses can either be recorded by the consumer himself or by a researcher asking the questions

KPIs - Get detailed, actionable NUMBERS or subjective

Market research data can come in the form of objective numbers (how many times the average consumer buys popcorn each year) or subjective opinions (what each consumer's ideal popcorn flavor would taste like).

Analysis is Required - usually Statistical, Cross-tabs

Once collected, the data is analyzed for buying trends and other patterns of consumer behavior that can help the company make informed decisions about how to design and market its product.

Statistical analysis is useful for identifying trends and predicting future buying

1. Focus groups

Focus groups

2. Product testing

3. Customer interviews

4. Surveys - Email beating Snail-Mail

Surveys, therefore, are an example of quantitative primary research. A survey uses a list of set questions to generate and capture consumer responses. Surveys are either conducted in-person, over the phone, by mail, e-mail or through a Web site

Surveys, in particular, can easily be conducted online or over e-mail.

To save time and money, many companies are turning to online market research triggered mainly by E-mail.

The cost of a 200-person, e-mail survey is $2,500 to $5,000. To get the same number of responses from a snail mail survey would cost between $5,000 and $7,000, and phone surveys can run as high as $15,000

Gauge your marketing efforts.

There are a lot of myths but hard to quantify real ROI of alternative marketing mixes. - TV is old style - does anyone see it? - If your products target a certain affluence, age or other audience, but your ads go to other demographics does it help? - Execution matters - if you "outsource" ad placements - maybe they are being shown 10x to same person, and making them angry instead of helping

Improve your PR and marketing with a marketing survey and see if your efforts are right on target or are missing the mark.

SEG: HR Surveys

Evaluate employee satisfaction.

Engaged, passionate employees means a more productive and successful workplace. See what the mood is in your company when you conduct an employee satisfaction survey.

ROI on Employee Benefits, Training, Events, Meetings

  • Event Surveys - Companies spent a lot of time planning that meeting or event. Ask you employees or outsider attendees if they enjoyed the conference, sales event, or party. Ask for feedback using a event survey.

Survey your Employees

Casual Fridays? Bagel Wednesdays? A field trip to the zoo? Give your employees something fun to discuss – and improve morale – when you offer a fun survey geared toward fun at work.


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