A properly designed and optimized mobile research survey will deliver powerful insights from your Asian respondents.Read More >
Let's take a quick look at some studies to check if mobile research surveys in Asia do work.
Technology has fast-tracked the development of surveys as market research tools, transitioning from traditional paper-based surveys and phone surveys to online and mobile surveys. With each new format comes an increase in reach and efficiency as well as the decrease of cost in executing projects.Read More >
A survey is a set of questions that aims to acquire data from a target group of people. In the field of market research, it is an invaluable tool to evaluate business strategies, product insights, and consumer opinions, to name a few. For the longest time, market researchers have administered surveys by paper through fieldwork, or indirectly through phone surveys. More recently, online and mobile research surveys are getting more extensive use.Read More >
As artificial intelligence (AI) technology develops, should researchers and market research consultants start looking for a new career? Thankfully, the answer is No. In fact, AI has the potential to make market research even more valuable to the organization by bringing more efficiency, depth, and insight to the process.Read More >
Chatbots, helpful (or annoying) little web or mobile programs designed to mimic human conversations, have been around for years.
Deployed for customer service, self-help, knowledge sharing, and other applications, early versions were often as frustrating as automated phone trees. They clumsily looked for keywords in order to supply information. But if the human part of the conversation went 'off-script' the bot could not respond.Read More >