Web Survey Bibliography
Title Best practices for recruiting and retaining participants
Author Neithercut, C.
Access date 05.04.2004
Abstract Where do participants come from?; How do you get them to respond?; Affinity websites versus click through methods; Methods for recruiting panellists; Designing a survey to ensure the highest quality representative information; Maintaining co-operation - minimum questions for maximum information; Tried and tested solutions for reducing respondence fatigue.
Bibliographic typeConferences, workshops, tutorials, presentations
Year of publication2000
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.