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Market Research for uni.

yimmie Avatar
8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
Basically.. for my uni project I have to do some market research on... soap!
I wondered if anyone knows a website that I can design my questionaire on there to then ask people online... say my friends on facebook etc?
Thanks for your time! :D
x


http://freeonlinesurveys.com/rendersurvey.asp?sid=t560uoubbmdzsy9407422

is the survey! thank you xxx
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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
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1 Like #1
Try this, never used it myself though.

http://freeonlinesurveys.com/

A search on Free Survey turned this site up. If you dont like ti then try your own search.
#2
guilbert53
Try this, never used it myself though.

http://freeonlinesurveys.com/

A search on Free Survey turned this site up. If you dont like ti then try your own search.


Thank you! :) I'll check it out.
1 Like #3
Post back here if you find one & we can all fill your survey in !
1 Like #4
If this is aimed at uni students just make sure the first question isn't "Do you use soap?":-D

(I have 2 teenagers, so I'm allowed to say that:p)
1 Like #5
I'd fill one in for you when you have it
#6
lesleysherrock
Post back here if you find one & we can all fill your survey in !


Aww thank you! :D
That website above was perfect!
Thanks! :D
xxx
1 Like #7
When you have done it let me know, as Id like to know how much they will charge you for the results,
1 Like #8
buy (loan) a copy of McGivern, Yovonne 2004, it was my bible for my final year at yr for mkt social research
#9
Just a reminder that your course coordinator/tutor will probably be looking for evidence that you have understood how to produce a survey. Using a online model is not recommended as an important criteria in the marking process is showing evidence of being able to discuss and critique the survey (presume s/he has asked for this as part of the project). This will be much more difficult if you haven't constructed it yourself. What's more, even a badly constructed survey of your own will often produce better results than one you've plagiarised - more or less because of the reasons above. Bottom line: thinking it through and producing your own should pay off in the long term, even if it takes longer. Apols if this isn't what you want to hear. I am one of those people mentioned above!
#10
Liddle ol' me
Just a reminder that your course coordinator/tutor will probably be looking for evidence that you have understood how to produce a survey. Using a online model is not recommended as an important criteria in the marking process is showing evidence of being able to discuss and critique the survey (presume s/he has asked for this as part of the project). This will be much more difficult if you haven't constructed it yourself. What's more, even a badly constructed survey of your own will often produce better results than one you've plagiarised - more or less because of the reasons above. Bottom line: thinking it through and producing your own should pay off in the long term, even if it takes longer. Apols if this isn't what you want to hear. I am one of those people mentioned above!


Oh, I don't studey Market research or anything like that, this is merely an add on to our course. (I study design)
The tutor mentioned this type of survey before aswell so it's i suppose a way of using what she has mentioned.
I can also blag my way to say that it's a way to get a more broad set of results as it wont be from one certain area of the country or one age range!
I can always check with her when I get back but i should imagine it will be fine... Just saves me walking up and down the High st asking people. hehe.
Thanks for pointint this out though.
x
#11
http://freeonlinesurveys.com/rendersurvey.asp?sid=t560uoubbmdzsy9407422

Hope the link works! Thanks for helping me everyone! :D

xxx
#12
Did one (here is the link again so it stays bottom for others to see easily):

http://freeonlinesurveys.com/renders...bbmdzsy9407422
1 Like #13
liddle your link doesn't work for me mate,

yimmie just filling one in now
#14
Thank you everyone! :D
xx
1 Like #15
Filled in your Soap survey today & wishing you all the best - good luck
1 Like #16
I've completed your survey for you.

Hope it heps you!
#17
If you use your facebook friends etc, you are not getting an opportunistic sample,but not a truly random one which will be representative of the population as a whole. This will significantly skew your results and may even invalidate any of your findings. I suggest you give more thought to who you will ask to fill in your questionnaire for you :)

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