Web Survey Bibliography
Title Online - The Future of Newspapers? Germany's Dailies on the World Wide Web
Source Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 4, 1
Access date 14.07.2004
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Abstract The research project "Online - the future of newspapers?" examined the producers, their products and the users of German online newspapers. The study on online editorial boards was carried out in the form of a standardized mail survey of all 81 daily newspapers with a WWW presence in May 1997 (return quote: 78%). A questionnaire for the users was placed in the Web, where it could be accessed via links to the homepage of 27 online papers (2524 respondents). In addition five individual websites of newspapers were examined (semi-structured oral interviews with the heads of the editorial boards, content analysis). Almost half of the staff in online editorial boards have journalistic duties. Technical duties are of growing importance. The majority of online editorial boards surveyed depend on the editorial decisions of the print editors. The news sections in online papers consist mainly of duplicates of the printed "parent" paper. Articles for the online version are rarely edited. Very few external links and no graphic or sound effects were added. About two-thirds of users would have chosen the print newspaper and just under a third would have preferred the online version if only one of the versions had been available. The case studies show that online publishers and users base their activities and/or expectations on the print newspaper and use or design their product accordingly.
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Year of publication1998
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Web Survey Bibliography - Marketing/business (694)
- Experimental comparison of Web, electronic and mail survey technologies in operations management; 2001; Klassen, R.D., Jacobs, J.
- Pinpointing Your Research Objectives: Ensuring Your Efforts Result In Useful, Actionable Information; 2001; Wolf, M.
- Linking Customer Service Performance To Bottom Line Financial Results; 2001; Yeomans, J.
- Using Web-Based Technology For Effective Product Design, Testing And Development; 2001; Gnall, B.
- Practicalities of Implementing an Inhouse Internet-Based Market Research Capability for Product Tracking...; 2001; Cookson, P.
- Sensitivity of E-Commerce measurement to the survey instrument; 2001; Lozar Manfreda, K., Vehovar, V., Batagelj, Z.
- A Web-Based Program of Research on Decision Making; 2001; Birnbaum, M. H.
- Understanding Unit-Nonresponse in Web-based Surveys; 2001; Bosnjak, M., Tuten, T. L.
- Everything You Need To Know About Online Data Collection Regulations; 2001; Ustaran, E.
- Assessing the use of Internet surveys in the context of advertisement tracking studies: a case study...; 2001; Dossa, K. B., Williams, P.
- Consumer privacy and online marketing: Bringing the human back into the picture; 2001; Brooks, L., Airey, A.
- Probability Based Internet Surveys: A Synopsis of Early Methods and Survey Research Results; 2001; Huggins, V. J.
- Old, new make up today's surveys.; 2000; James, D.
- Marktforschung mit Online Panels: State of the Art; 2000; Goeritz, A., Reinhold, N., Batinic, B.
- Online marketing research comes of age; 2000; Rubin, J.
- Quality Control in Online Market Research; 2000; Gottfried, N.
- Internet-Based Evaluation of Tourism Web Site Effectiveness: Methodological Issues and Survey Results...; 2000; Tierney, P.
- Moving Marketing Research Activities to the Internet: A Decision Framework for Determining Value; 2000; Irons, K.
- Privacy in Market Research: Rights, Responsibilities and Remedies; 2000; Murphy, P. E.
- Global Consumer Research via the Internet: Opportunities, Challenges and Solutions; 2000; Monster, R. W., Vag, A.
- The Handbook of Online Marketing Research: Knowing Your Customer Using the Net; 2000; Grossnickle, J., Raskin, O.
- Establishing and Managing Online Research Panels; 2000; Harris, W.
- Online Data Collection - A Case Study; 2000; Hase, P., Kaplan-Sherman, R.
- Using online focus groups for e-commerce research; 2000; Johnson, W.
- It's not perfect: everyone's doing online research, but sometimes the old-fashioned methods are still...; 2000; David, K.
- The relentless rise of online research; 2000; Gray, R.
- The future of online research; 2000; James, D.
- Microsoft's Online Data Reporting Tool; 2000; Glimp, D., Tarter, J.
- Converting Web-Surveys into Actionable Results That Even the CFO Will Support!; 2000; Goodman, J., Yeomans, J.
- Tools you can trust?; 2000; West, R.
- You've got surveys; 2000; Lipke, D.J.
- Surfer, Know Thyself; 2000; Anonymous
- High-Speed Surveys; 2000; Campbell, T.
- Customer Tracking: It's Not Just Web-Site Hits; 2000; Mottl, J. N.
- E-Commerce and Marketing Research; 2000; Whaley, J.
- Using Internet to Measure Advertising Effectiveness; 2000; Wissing, A.
- The Internet and the Changing Role of Market Research; 2000; Venter, P., Prinsloo, M.
- Real-Time and Online Research Is Paying Off; 2000; Cross, R., Neal, M.
- Online Research: An Itracks Survey of Market Research and Management Consulting Firms; 2000; Vanthuyne, J., Bates, D.
- The power of online research; 2000; Taylor, H.
- Study: Bank Web Sites Are Weak; 2000; Bruno, M.
- Life/Style Online© a web-based methodology for visually-oriented consumer research; 2000; Englis, B. G., Solomon, M. R.
- Net Links; 2000; Anonymous
- Online facts, surveys made easy; 2000; Frook, J. E.
- Life (on the Internet) imitates research; 2000; Wyner, G. A.
- Modeling the Respondents' Profile in a Web Survey on Firms in Italy; 2000; Biffignandi, S., Pratesi, M.
- Conducting web based research in a business to business environment; 2000; Andrews, A.
- How your research process can help you measure and create customer satisfaction, loyalty and value via...; 2000; King, L.
- Methods to Measure Internet and Other Online Use; 1999; Diem, P.
- Measuring the Flow Construct in Online Environments: A Structural Modeling Approach; 1999; Novak, T. P., Hoffman, D. L., Yung, Y. -F.