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Top 10 Articles on Survey Analytics Blog

Like everyone else, we're going to take a step back and review the most popular articles from the blog this past year.

  1. How to Use Twitter Lists as a 24/7 Focus Group - November 12, 2010

  2. Web Analytics Integration - Google Analytics and Omniture SiteCatalyst - February 3, 2010

  3. Use This Easy Brand Audit Survey Template BEFORE You Put Your Marketing Plan Together - September 15, 2010

  4. Conjoint Analysis - Better Charts and Updates to Market Segmentation Simulator - March 11, 2010

  5. Successful Survey Tips: Catch Great Responses - April 19, 2010

  6. How to Develop Survey Questions That Help You Make Good Decisions - April 2, 2010

  7. Consumer Market Trends During a Recession - April 14, 2010

  8. The Evolution of Online Surveys - Take the Viral with Facebook - June 24, 2010

  9. Adding a Feedback Tab to Your Site is a Better Way to Create Interaction With Your Visitors - June 8, 2010

  10. Talking to Employees - A Radical Approach to the Employee Survey Process - June 30, 2010

Overall it's been an interesting year  as we've been exploring all the different ways that we can collect feedback and listen to our customers and our market.  Everything from Twitter to conjoint -- we've covered a lot of space.

What do you see that's been the biggest transformation in research in your industry or market in 2010?


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Results of the Presidential Job Index Survey (week ending 7/1/2010)

Quick update on the results for the presidential job index survey for the week ending 7/1/2011. As a reminder this is a weekly survey that we conduct and we publish the results for the survey every Friday. To participate in this week's survey, please download the SurveySwipe application and take the survey.

Remember, you get points that you can redeem for various rewards when you take our surveys. We have already distributed several paid apps like Angry Birds for free.


Almost 900 respondents took the survey.
52% vs 53% last week of the respondents approve of the job that President Obama is doing.
Respondents included 28% Democrats (31% last week), 25% Republicans (22% last week), 24% independents (27%) last week and 2% with the Green Party (3% last week).

You can view the reports here or directly on your phone.

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Cyber security is, and always has been, a very important issue for us as we continue to grow and meet the demands of a technology-driven society. Nothing is more paramount than the safety of your valuable data. And apparently we weren't the only ones affected, as LinkedIn was experiencing difficulties on the same day and Internap had 3 massive outages earlier this year. Check out these infographics with stats on the importance of cyber security and the impact it can have on small-medium sized businesses.

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