Dan Kasper, former Special Ops member and current CEO of Wishlist Rewards, joins the podcast!
Writing surveys can take a lot of time and effort (though less if you do it on cor.us). So it can be exceptionally frustrating to send your survey out to a group of customers, customers, etc., only to get a terrible response rate. In this post we’ll cover some tips and tricks for giving yourself the best chance to get the data you need.
‘Yay, a survey!’ - Nobody ever
It also used to be expensive. Corus is changing that.
In the toolbox of the market researcher, few things are as powerful as a well done conjoint analysis. In this article, we will dive into the why and the how of this particular market research tool.
You've got a tight deadline. No one on the team has the bandwidth for the project. What do you do?
In previous case studies we’ve gone through conducting an internal (you have the contact list already) satisfaction survey - like a customer satisfaction or net promoter survey, and also a “send to the world” (you don’t have the contacts) survey. Both pretty easy to grasp, and pretty straightforward.
In the latest round of our ongoing series with the big brain of Corus, Kevin Mabe, Kevin dives into two different variables and how they are potentially working in coordination...or not (da duh dahhhhh scary music) - check it out!
In the latest episode of our ongoing series "Hard Math with Kevin" - our Chief Analytics Officer Kevin Mabe goes through a forecast using our sample time series analysis, and how the addition of a potentially statistically significant variable can change the overall forecast.
If you joined us last week, you’ll remember that we here at Cor.us are testing different ways of improving survey construction, with a focus particularly on completion time. (Here is the link to the previous post if you didn’t see it! Shorter Surveys). In that previous post we looked at respondent’s age as a driver.