Category Archives: Behaviorally-triggered surveys

The Golden Rules of Survey Question Design for Mobile

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Writing successful and unambiguous surveys depends on having clear and unambiguous questions. Furthermore, mobile surveys are constrained by space on the screen, and it’s essential to ensure that questions all appear above the fold on all screens. Combining general rules and specific rules for mobiles provides a checklist of Golden Rules…

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How many completes are required: a beginner guide to estimating the number of completes needed for a statistically significant survey

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Although some surveys are based on “hey, let’s get 1000 completes”, there are sound statistical rules to calculate the number of completes that a study needs. These are called the “Confidence Interval” and the “Margin of Error”. These need to be valid for all the segments you plan to make…

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Introducing Audiences — Detailed targeting through ResearchDesk™

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ResearchDesk™ enhanced its targeting capabilities with Audiences. ResearchDesk™ allows clients to launch surveys to Embee Mobile’s panel of mobile users. Audiences allows clients to target specific groups of panelists, as well as age/gender and behaviour characteristics. Now, clients can: Recontact: send a survey to panelists who completed a previous study…

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Helping Twitter Demonstrate the Value of Content Relationships

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Thanks to a winning combination of Embee’s ResearchDesk™ platform and Kantar Millward Brown analytics, Twitter was able to demonstrate the unique value of their platform to their Global Content Partners at this year’s CES 2019 in Las Vegas. On Twitter, publishers reach the most engaged viewers and fans, those who…

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What Really Influences Mobile Usage and Satisfaction?

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While the research industry continues to place emphasis on understanding mobile consumers and demonstrating the ROI of mobile as advertising platform, there are limited studies available as to how consumers are actually using mobile data. A ground-breaking new study from the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) has unearthed some very interesting insights…

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