Web Survey Bibliography
Title Get the most from Net-based panel research
Author Philpott, G.
Source Marketing News, 39, 2, pp. 58
Access date 26.04.2005
Abstract There was a time, early in its development, when all forms of research conducted over the Internet were simply labeled online research. Thanks to the near-ubiquitous nature of the Net and the reduced cost of database applications, online research continues to evolve in the direction of panel-based research. Unlike many CATI/CAPI-based systems, through which data is collected once for a specific purpose, research conducted across a managed panel allows all of the respondent's data to be used for future purposes. As panel-based research services continue to grow, a number of opportunities become of even greater value to marketers.
Access/Direct link ProQuest (abstract)
Year of publication2005
Bibliographic typeJournal article
Web Survey Bibliography - Marketing News (38)
- Beyond the Blank-Canvas Approach ; 2010
- When the water is right.; 2010; Andruss, P.
- Survey says: new tools aim to ensure the integrity of online surveys. ; 2009; Quenqua, D.
- Surveys by Design; 2008; Hopewell, N.
- Tips offer better response rates, engaging surveys ; 2007; Mackey, P., Price, K.
- Make the Connection: Recruit for online surveys offline as well; 2006; Enright, A.
- In an instant: More researchers use IM for fast, reliable results; 2006; Vence, D. L.
- Workaround: Site’s surveys beat pop-up blockers, yield responses; 2005; Arnold, C.
- Eight tips offer best practices for online MR; 2005; Kottler, R. E.
- Get the most from Net-based panel research; 2005; Philpott, G.
- Five steps create effective online surveys; 2004; Heyman, J.
- Recent converts; 2004; Fielding, M.
- Not done Net: New opportunities still exist in online research; 2004; Arnold, C.
- Several issues affect e-research validity; 2003; Ray, N. M., Tabor, S. W.
- Qualitative research; 2003; Arnold, C.
- The more you know; 2003; Arnold, C.
- Net research is not quite global; 2003; Parmar, A.
- Survey metrics ward off problems; 2003; Brown, J.
- Net research suffers due to failed promise; 2002; Tortorello, N.J.
- Online research gets fewer Euro cheers; 2002; Jamieson, D
- Design Net surveys that reduce exits; 2002; Maginnis, C.
- Eureka! Future of b-to-b research is online; 2001; Lamons, B.
- Make the call: Online results are mixed bag; 2001; Miller, T. W.
- Study invitations; 2001; Dalley, C.
- More Web Info; 2001; Quinn, M. L.
- Old, new make up today's surveys.; 2000; James, D.
- The future of online research; 2000; James, D.
- An opposing view of online surveying; 2000; Gorman, J.W.
- Market Research: Precision Decision. Speedy new standard in Web research feeds accuracy, privacy concerns...; 1999; James, D.
- Web-based market research ushers in new age.; 1998; McCullough, D.
- Leverage the Web's research capabilities; 1998; Mosley-Matchett, J.D.
- Cheaper desktops will help Net researchers corral clients; 1998; Anonymous
- On-line research popular with survey participants; 1998; Anonymous
- Internet-based surveys provide fast results; 1998; Hays, R.
- The 'sampling dilemma' is no different on-line; 1998; Yoffie, A.J.
- On-line focus groups reshape market research industry; 1997; Parks, A.
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