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Education Hour: 15 Ways to Improve Survey Programming Efficiency

The First Education Hour From Survey Analytics is Scheduled for Tuesday, April 30, 2013 at 1PM EST



Survey Analytics is pleased to announce "Education Hour," a new monthly online/webinar series for those using the Survey Analytics Enterprise Research Platform. The goal behind Education Hour is to offer a unique training session on the topics that you choose. Education hour is driven by customer feedback and we will be sending surveys each month to gauge future training topics. Our first session, "15 Ways to Improve Survey Programming Efficiency," is scheduled for Tuesday April 30, 2013 at 1PM EST being presented by Survey Analytics VP of Client Services Esther LaVielle. 

In this Education Hour, you can expect to learn shortcuts and save the overall time it takes to program a survey. These tips from Survey Analytics have proven success, with some clients saving 20-30% of the time it takes to program a survey. It is important to catch programming mistakes early and prior to deployment of a survey. These tips will assure your survey is setup right, and help you reach your goal of getting higher response rates. The Survey Analytics account management and support team have years of valuable experience in the survey programming field and are exited to share the best practices in the industry. 

So far based upon the customer feedback we have received, the lineup for upcoming education hours will cover the following educational training topics:

  • Turn Your Survey Into an Interactive Survey
  • How To Recruit People Into Your Panel
  • Field Projects Made Easy with SurveyPocket
  • How to Run Mobile Survey Projects
  • Run A MR Study Using Multiple Deployment Strategies

If you are unavailable to join us live, sign up anyways. We will be sending an e-mail to all registrants after the session and also include a replay of the presentation through multiple social media channels including this blog and our YouTube channel




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