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Everything You Needed to Know About How to Calculate Sample Size

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Online survey software is a vital tool for businesses that are interested in receiving helpful feedback from their customers, potential clients and other individuals, and creating a great web survey can be critical to the success of any business.You can create the best survey in the world with high-quality survey software, however, but if your survey sample size is too large or too small, or is directed toward the wrong audience, the results may be inaccurate. Maximize the accuracy of your next survey with a thorough understanding of how to calculate sample size.

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Research on research

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If you’ve seen this term recently, you may be wondering what on earth it means and why you should care. The answer to both is pretty simple.

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How to decipher market research lingo

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You’re reading a blog post from someone in the market research industry. Everything’s fine until you hit the market research lingo like, “Take the top two top-box minus the bottom box and you have your PSAT score.” What was that

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How to create a story from an infographic

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Infographics: right now, they are all the rage, and for good reason. Instead of asking you to read a report, infographics take the same bullet points and make them pop so that they’re visually appealing. With the visual in hand, let’s now craft the story.

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Some Commonly Uncommon Ways to Research the Competition

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So, how well do you know your competitors? Let’s face it, they’re out there and they’d love to see your customers jump ship and join them.

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A picture is worth a thousand words…

Used with permission from Adam Frost (twitter: @adamfrostuk)

Each chart represents one simple piece of data. Any guesses what that data might be?

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