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One of the most common requests we get ask at SurveyAnalytics is “how can I find respondents for my surveys"? You can use your existing clients of course, but very often you need to know things that your current contacts or clients can’t tell you. For instance: why didn’t someone buy your product or service ? Will you get more sales if you change the price of a product? Will your product be appealing to a new age group you don’t sell to at the moment?  Being able to ask questions to the right group of people is critical to successful research.

Sample, or the group of people you ask to take your survey, is a necessity for any market researcher.  Now SurveyAnalytics can provide you with the right sample, at the right time, for the right price !


As part of our service to our existing clients we have a new sample service, offering sample from a wide range of panels we have developed. As a special introductory offer we are able to offer 250 completed interviews (surveys can be no longer that 15 questions) free of charge to existing clients.


 If you were to buy this from other sample companies it could cost you more than $250, but we can offer this to SurveyAnalytics clients for a limited time totally free of charge.


Please contact us at panel-requests@surveyanalytics.com for more details on this great offer.  The sample provided by SurveyAnalytics will be “general population” sample covering a representative cross-section of  the population of the USA.

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