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3 Reasons You Should Get Embed With Us

Yes!  You can embed surveys with QuestionPro! This isn’t a new feature exactly, but it’s a feature that many of you either haven’t used or didn’t know about — so we wanted to share it with you again — in

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Students and Faculty – Get QuestionPro Corporate Edition – FREE – (Yes there is a catch)

Are you a student or a faculty member of a College or a University? Did you know you can get fully featured QuestionPro Corporate Edition absolutely free!  Seriously – OK there is a catch – Your University or Department must

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Learn to Design Killer Surveys From our friends at Research Rockstar

Want to take a crash course on survey design? Our friends at Research Rockstar are hosting an in-person survey design class on June 9th in Waltham Massachusetts. This is a fast, practical class that answers key questions about planning and

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Generate More New Business By Being at the Right Place at the Right Time

Timing is a powerful business model or differentiating strategy.  Domino’s built their brand using a “Timing” positioning strategy “30 minutes or less” but that’s so 20th Century! 2011 brings with it a new twist on using timing as a differentiation

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Q & A session from Webinar: How to Use Conjoint Analysis in the Innovation Process

On Thursday July 22nd, 2010 over 118 participants signed up for Survey Analytics and Dorian Simpson of Planning Innovations presentation on: How to Use Conjoint Analysis In the Innovation Process. Conjoint Analysis is a powerful and often under-utilized marketing research

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How to use Conjoint Analysis in the Innovation Process

Webinar Presentation Thursday July 22nd, 2010 9:00am PST Ever thought about using Conjoint Analysis as part of your research strategy? Your customers are constantly making trade-offs when making purchase decisions between you and your competitors. Traditional research questions, such as

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