Employee Engagement Fireworks: Why Cvent Employees #RedWhiteandBleedBlue

As our nation commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on the Fourth of July, people across the U.S. will show their patriotism by fervently taking part in customary American celebrations like going to baseball games, watching fireworks, throwing backyard barbeques and attending...read more

Big data possibilities - bridging surveys with CRM data

If I knew then what I know now, I would have _______ when getting started with Cvent”? The answer to this one is fairly simple. I would have spent more time getting to know the ins and outs of using the reference ID (RefID) field. It certainly isn’t a sexy aspect of the platform (as compared to...read more

How do I make an Online Survey?

I was recently asked this question on Quora and felt it was a good topic to cover more in depth here: How do I make an online survey? To be completely frank, the answer to this question is not necessarily a simple one. On the surface, many people think that sending a survey just means creating some...read more

Jumping for Joy: It's All About the Experience

It’s all about the experience. First class resorts, restaurants, and even some amusement parks know this truth. Other companies, USAA comes to mind, also understand that it is mission critical to create a consistently positive customer experience across all touchpoints. This includes the “user...read more

Having trouble getting traction with your surveys?

Surveying: everybody’s doing it. But how many responses is everyone getting to their surveys? I’m sure you, like myself, receive hundreds of survey invitations to your inbox each year – whether it’s from the hotel you just stayed at, the store you purchased your holiday party outfit from or your...read more

The 411 on Survey Chapters

Survey Chapters allow you to organize related questions and pages into designated units or blocks that add more structure to your questionnaire. Instead of forcing respondents to go through page after page of random questions, survey authors can group like questions, so the survey flows better. The...read more

Using Research to Maximize Success

Not all product or service launches will be successful. There are statistics aplenty that will confirm the challenges faced when starting a business or launching a new product. More will fail than will succeed. Market success is an equation with an ever changing slate of variables, yet one will...read more

Autumn Trees Remind Me of Branchin Survey Logic

Now that autumn has arrived I spend a great deal of time watching leaves fall from the trees, slowly ever turning in the breeze. Soon the trees will be bare with their branches exposed. That’s where my mind shifts back from nature to the finer nuances of questionnaire design. A survey can be viewed...read more

3 Tips for Achieving the Right Balance in Questionnaire Design

There is a time when we as consumer and B2B market researchers have to step back and remind ourselves to keep it simple. This was brought to my attention by the recent spate of political campaign signs going up around the area.Political campaigns are famous for brevity, although the politicians or...read more

Tradeshows and the Voice of the Customer

As summer winds down and fall comes knocking there still are numerous tradeshows happening or on the near-horizon. These events are obvious candidates for sales and lead generation, but they can also be a cornerstone for voice of the customer efforts. There was a day when paper or postcard surveys...read more
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