I am conducting a short online survey to investigate handedness in
nomadic text entry (where users input text on the move with mobile
devices). The survey will take 3-10 minutes. I would really appreciate
it if you could devote a few minutes of your time to complete this
I work for a startup catering to real estate brokers. Our market research typically involves calling several of them and asking questions. Not great.
What I'm looking for is an online "answer marketplace" where: - "answerers" have been screened for professionalism, occupation, demographic info, etc... - "askers" set parameters on who can answer, # of answers, price per answer etc...
I've found sites on which an "expert" will answer your specific question, but in this case i'm looking for some crowd source aspect - I want many replies to a a few questions.
Participants can opt to enter into a drawing for prizes - they will be giving away three $150 gift certificates for either Amazon.com or photo buying credits (the winners get to choose what they want).
I am in the process of designing a survey for work. The survey consists of
45 questions to be conducted online using a the Checkbox tool ( http://www.checkbox.com/ which seems to be down at the moment).
Because it is a lengthy survey, I am worried about a couple of things:
1. Does the number of question per page matter? If so what is the average
number of questions a participant should answer per page before they lose
2. Alternatively, what is the maximum number of pages a survey should have?