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Address-based sample (ABS) frames have emerged as a solution to shrinking RDD frame coverage due to cell-phone-only households. The Knowledge Networks (KN) probabili-ty-based online KnowledgePanel® has used RDD frames for telephone recruiting since 1999. In 2008, KN conducted a pilot study (n= 10,000) to recruit panelists via mail using an ABS frame. KN developed and tested recruitment materials (advance postcard, initial mailer, non-respondent mailer), and tested a protocol for a mailing strategy with tele-phone follow-up. Half the sample was mailed the advance postcard, half received no ad-vance postcard. Randomized portions of each half received a $5 cash incentive, $1, or $0. Non-respondents with a landline match received a recruitment telephone call; the rest were mailed a final reminder letter. Response was allowed via mail, online, or toll-free telephone number. Results are presented showing demographic response, mode response, nested incentive conditions and advance postcard effects.
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Web Survey Bibliography - Hendarwan, E. (5)
- Results of Targeting Pre-Identified Minority, Unidentified Non-Internet and Vacant Homes in Two National...; 2010; DiSogra, C., Hendarwan, E.
- Maximizing a stratified ABS frame for nation-wide mail recruitment of a probability-based online panel...; 2010; DiSogra, C., Hendarwan, E.
- Analysis of Late Responders to Probability-Based Web Panel Recruitment and Panel Surveys; 2010; Kruse, Y., DiSogra, C., Hendarwan, E., Dennis, J. M.
- Recruiting Probability-Based Web Panel Members Using an Address-Based Sample Frame: Results from a Pilot...; 2009; DiSogra, C., Callegaro, M., Hendarwan, E.
- Nonresponse Bias in Two Methods of Panel Recruitment ; 2007; DiSogra, C., Slotwiner, D., Clinton, S., Chan, E., Hendarwan, E., & Zheng, W.