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Why are online questionnaires useful for tourism?

Posted on 18/01/2017 by Sealia Thévenau

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The Media has declared that 2017 will be a “long weekend year”, because of the sheer amount of three-day weekends happening. One of the most tangible consequences will be an increased tourist[...]

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Eval&GO, SurveyMonkey and Google Forms—What is the difference?

Posted on 06/05/2016 by Sealia Thévenau

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Today many online survey software solutions are popping up on the web, which is the best one? What are the differences between them? And most importantly, which one is better suited to my needs? We answer[...]

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Adding introductions and conclusions to your questionnaire

Posted on 12/02/2016 by Sealia Thévenau

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  To frame your questionnaire and guide your respondents through your questionnaire it may be useful to add an introduction and / or conclusion to the questionnaire. The introduction to the questionnaire[...]

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The Matrix – Not just a Hollywood Trilogy

Posted on 12/02/2016 by Sealia Thévenau

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The “Matrix” question type is a multi-dimensional version of “multiple choice” or “scale” type questions.  It is presented as a table and the respondent must give[...]

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Asking the Right Questions – Don’t confuse & lose your respondents PART 2

Posted on 12/02/2016 by Sealia Thévenau

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One of the most difficult parts of creating a survey is determining the questions and their exact wording.  Even slight variations in the wording can lead to misinterpretation of meaning or confusion.[...]

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Asking the Right Questions – Don’t confuse & lose your respondents PART 1

Posted on 12/02/2016 by Sealia Thévenau

Your online surveys

One of the most difficult aspects of creating a survey is determining the questions and their exact wording.  Even slight variations in the wording can lead to misinterpretation of meaning or confusion.[...]

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