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September Free Webinar Schedule

Check out our upcoming free webinars in September from SurveyAnalytics. Learn best practices and discuss new trends that could revamp your current research strategies.

Wed Sept 22nd, 2010 at 9:00 AM PST

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Introduction to Online Surveys will help familiarize you with the basic survey building, sending, and reporting sides of QuestionPro. We will highlight 13 simple steps for successful online research including:

•Survey Creation - from uploading images to setting up branching logic this section will provide you necessary steps for building a simple survey quickly.

•Survey Deployment -  this section will discuss the various options for sending your survey to your audience.

•Help Resources - from white papers, types of support, free survey templates, this section will help further educate you on your QuestionPro license.

•Reporting/Analytics - learn to generate reports and analyze your data.

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Tues September 28th, 2010 at 9:00 AM PST

Free Webinar: How to Tailor Diversity Initiatives in Your Recruitment Strategy Using Online Surveys
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Interested in learning how to use online survey tools to hire new employees?

Sign up for this joint presentation with the global leader in human capital solutions: Personified, a division of CareerBuilder.


Personified, a division of CareerBuilder will highlight the following topics:

-Demonstrate how the recruitment experience differs by demographics (i.e., gender, ethnicity, and generations).

- How your recruiting strategy must be tailored to these specific populations.
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Thursday September 30th, 2010 9:00 AM PST

Free Webinar: 6 DIY Marketing Research Trends You Can Use to Build Your Brand



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Interactivity, collaboration and open source concepts are changing how we collect feedback. Marketing research is evolving. It’s more than surveys and focus groups. It’s more than those thousand dollar reports produced by Freedonia or The Conference Board. Today, finding out what your customer is thinking is a hands-on process. Read More here & Register Today!

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