CheckMarket offers a wide range of data collection channels which enable you to collect answers fast from your target groups. Different channels can be used together to maximize response while still tracking respondent sources.
You import panellists and create an e-mail invitation. CheckMarket will take care of sending each panellist a personalised e-mail that includes a unique link to the survey, which enables the tool to track who has responded, register bounces and opted-outs and send automatic reminders.
Besides social media there are other ways to gather responses on the web, such as floating pop-ups, embedding a survey in your website, or a simple ‘click here to participate’-link to your survey on any web page or in a newsletter.
Send a letter through the postal service to your panelists. Include a link to complete the survey online and a machine readable form with a return envelope for those who prefer to fill-out your survey on paper. We can scan the forms for you.
CheckMarket automatically generates short URL’s for use on social media sites like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, which allows you to quickly find respondents and collect responses.
Pass out flyers, hang posters or create ads with a QR code which leads to your survey. You can find the QR code for every survey on the distribute page and you can even specify the size.
CheckMarket sends personalized SMS text messages to all your recipients inviting them to participate in a survey. Smartphone users can answer from their phone and others can type the short URL into their computer.
Invite people to participate in your survey, by calling them and posing your questions over the telephone. You can also dictate them an easy URL so that they can fill-out the survey online.
Place a kiosk (with touch screen or keyboard) at a trade show, an open house, in a museum, etc. You can set after how many seconds the screen automatically jumps back to the start page.
Hand out flyers with a short easy to read URL and a QR code. Offering an incentive does wonders for the response rate.