Moderating Online Focus Groups for Stress-Free Market Research

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In the world of market research, it can become overwhelming to know which survey software allows you the best methodologies to establishing and building an online community. A commonly used approach to building a community has been organizing in-person focus groups. However, conducting these types of surveys to collect and analyze feedback has proven to be a tedious undertaking.

Stress-Free Focus Groups – They Do Exist

Even the most seasoned market researcher will spend days (or months) organizing in-person focus groups for collecting feedback. The time and money spent can be stressful to say the least, and moderating a live focus group without the stress is often an unattainable goal. But it doesn’t have to be that.

Advice from Three Industry-Leaders

On Thursday, April 16th, Survey Analytics will host a free webinar on how to run a stress-free focus group—the key is getting them online. Three industry-leading community experts plan to discuss how to connect with hard-to-reach audiences and how to get a higher participation rate.

Please join Rudly Raphael, the president of an online survey company who has designed and implemented sophisticated research solutions involving quantitative methodology; John Johnsnon, a market research leader in charge of worldwide client relations for an enterprise research platform; and Jim Kitchens, Ph.D., the founder of a leading public opinion research firm with expertise to provide advanced computer modeling, as they show you how to easily moderate your online focus group for efficiency and effectiveness.

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About Vivek Bhaskaran

Vivek Bhaskaran is the President and CEO of Survey Analytics.

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