Web Survey Bibliography
Title The Next Stage In Panel Measurement
Author Anderson, S., Manias, A.
Access date 02.04.2004
Abstract Beyond the webpage, using panels to measure the 'entire Internet', incorporating live chat and proactive email discussions; Appropriate opportunities for panel research and relevant discussion topics; Ensuring your panel is truly representative; The advantages of using panels; Using and not abusing panellists - managing panel contact to reduce 'burning', 'churn' and ensure optimum surveying frequency; Justifying the ROI of panels versus in-house strategies; The limitations of panels ...
Year of publication2000
Bibliographic typeConferences, workshops, tutorials, presentations
Web Survey Bibliography - Online market research & web based surveys, 2000 (11)
- Conducting web based research in a business to business environment; 2000; Andrews, A.
- Using incentives to ensure quality data and high response rates; 2000; Bennett, G.
- Using your website to conduct research; 2000; Comley, P.
- Using hybrid techniques to maximise survey participation; 2000; Fleet, G.
- Pan European Internet Monitor Survey (PEIM): Advanced techniques for online market research; 2000; Hummerston, A.
- How your research process can help you measure and create customer satisfaction, loyalty and value via...; 2000; King, L.
- Online focus groups; 2000; Lovejoy, B.
- Best practices for recruiting and retaining participants; 2000; Neithercut, C.
- Measuring website performance using online research; 2000; Runham, M.
- Privacy and data protection; 2000; Ustaran, E.
- The Next Stage In Panel Measurement; 2000; Anderson, S., Manias, A.