Mobile Research Surveys
Technology and techniques at odds with
mobile attention spans will no longer deliver
a return on survey results.
“Our adapting to your suggested revisions to how we
initially designed our questions made all the difference in the survey
completion rate on mobile devices.”
The Need To Go Mobile
Today, virtually everyone has a cell phone. Researchers now know that to find out what people think, the majority of surveys need to move to mobile devices.
Optimization for Mobile Devices
Engaging respondents successfully on a mobile survey does not happen by accident. To be successful, a survey needs to be optimized for mobile devices.
We Understand Mobile Friendly
To deliver the results from a survey, it is important to work with a partner that understands how to design a survey to be mobile friendly.
We Understand Survey Design
Civicom Marketing Research Services is at the forefront of mobile survey design. We have conducted a broad spectrum of mobile surveys types on a wide variety of mobile devices.
With or Without
Sometime it is necessary to provide responses to survey tasks without the Internet. Activities performed offline are uploaded the next time the user connects online.
Our survey team understands the difference between a computer-based survey and a mobile survey. We create surveys that people will respond to on mobile.
Use more features than just yes/no or choice questions with pre-defined answer options. Incorporate options that generate feedback or downloads of rich content.
You can have respondents upload product images or take photos of product barcodes. We then can identify common or specific ingredients against your criteria.
Your survey can be programmed in almost any language. We provide translation services. We can deliver your survey to respondents almost anywhere in the world..
Our robust data analysis capabilities can help you extract key findings, instead of your getting bogged down in a quagmire of staggering and extraneous details.
Mobile Money – Tracking Transactions to Gather Qualitative Data
A money transfer company learned how to expand its services by analyzing respondents’ text messages about retail transaction experiences.
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