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

Cash for Culture: Would You Quit Your Job for $5,000?

Recently, Amazon made headlines for its unorthodox approach to tackling a challenge every company faces. It’s the question haunting senior management and human resources professionals everywhere: How do you find out which employees are bringing your company down and what can you do to stop them?...read more

Q & A from The Voice of the Customer: From Feedback to Action Webinar

Last week, we hosted a webinar with Senior Research Analyst from Aberdeen Group, Aly Pinder, and Global Client Experience Senior Program Manager from Cornerstone OnDemand, Jen Maldonado. We had TONS of great questions. We've gone through the all questions and answered them here. If you missed the...read more

Are You Using More Than One Barrel? Tips for Question Writing

When is two not better than one? In survey design two is certainly not better than one. In this case it refers to the use of double-barreled questions. Those with little research training often do not realize they are combining two distinct elements into one question. The best practice is to...read more

Translating Research Findings

When we have passed through survey data collection phase and have moved onto survey data analysis the questions really begin to pop up. I have had the pleasure of completing several projects recently both in the consumer and B2B market research and have spent a great deal of time writing. I believe...read more

Advice for Writing Survey Questions: Choose yourds wisely

Like it or not, as researchers we are in the wordsmithing business. Either we are developing questionnaires to probe into constructs such as advertising awareness or customer satisfaction, or we are analyzing respondent comments for depth and tonality. At the end of the day we take these words and...read more

Revisited: 5 Email Marketing Tips to Increase Online Survey Responses

Tips for increasing survey response rates are always popular—everyone wants to increase their participation! There's a variety of methods that will help reach your response goals. Changes to your email marketing is one of the easiest ways to give your response rates a boost! Let's throw back to a...read more

Starting the Panel Process

Having created and worked with in-house panels for several years I can certainly say there are as many pitfalls as there are benefits. To start, let’s take a look at a few ways to create a panel. As we get deeper into the month I will pull together thoughts on techniques for effectively managing the...read more

3 Step Workout Plan for Business Agility: Step 2

Yesterday, I shared Step 1 of our three step workout plan for achieving business agility and crushing your compition in 2012. After internalizing and formulating a plan to start a feedback regime, it's time to talk about what you do with the data after you collect it and how you start benchmarking...read more

Capturing Lifestyle Information

Ah the sweet life…marketers in the entertainment, culinary and travel industries do their job with vigilance to remind us what the good life really is. In order to do this effectively, the researchers that support these marketers need to embrace lifestyle questions in our consumer surveys. Hard core...read more
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