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(English) Bitcoin Sentiment Tracker: A national gauge of consumer perceptions and attitudes towards bitcoin, by CorbinPartners Inc. for Payments Canada

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(English) An ounce of fatigue prevention is worth a pound of data quality

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(English) 9 Essential Checks for a Questionnaire Pilot Test

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(English) How to create great subject lines for email survey invitations

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Client Showcase: Van der Pop’s Women and Weed Survey

In a few short months, cannabis will be legal for personal use in Canada.Given that cannabis is literally a brand new category in our country, we have much to learn about who to market to, and how to market to … Continue reading

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5 free ways to increase questionnaire engagement

My questionnaire is the most interesting and engaging questionnaire ever written.Not.Every researcher likes to think that the questionnaires they write are of excellent quality and highly engaging. That’s a worthy goal, and one we should strive for everyone time we … Continue reading

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Are your research screeners kicking out the most insightful questionnaire participants?

We know who our target research audience is. Or do we?Conducting market research for your product or service usually means targeting your brand users. Who better to explain the good, the bad, and the ugly than those who already use … Continue reading

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7 ways to reduce your research costs

By Carol UdellGood quality research isn’t cheap but there are a few things you can consider when your budget is tight and research is necessary.1)   Broaden your target groups. It’s nearly always cheaper to run research with the general … Continue reading

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What sample size do I need for my market research questionnaire?

The question is simple but the answer is complicated. I hope you’ll read through the entire post but you can jump to the bottom if you’re in a hurry for an answer. First, let’s understand the components that contribute to … Continue reading

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How to ask gender, age, employment, and income questions on self-completion surveys

By Sasha HaigDemographic questions should be fairly easy to ask as everyone knows the right answer for themselves. But it’s not always so simple. Here are a few tips for asking those ‘simple’ questions that will help you elicit the … Continue reading

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