Hope you’re doing well. I’m still buzzing about yesterday’s webinar where we learned from Bellini Slushie (AKA
If you missed the webinar don't panic, we’ve got your sorted – you can check out the full webinar below, and grab a copy of the slide deck here.
The webinar was designed for anyone who needs to find survey respondents. It'll be especially useful if you're someone who doesn't have a huge social following or lacks a huge budget to entice respondents to take your market research surveys.
In the session Ali and Tzeying covered:
How to tell who you need to recruit to take your surveys
Where to find the right survey respondents
How to approach respondents through online communities and social media
How to persuade people to complete your survey
Why online audiences aren't always the answer
There was a live Q&A where Ali and Tzeying answered some really interesting questions from the audience
Here are some helpful links to information related to the topics discussed in the webinar:
- Bellini Slushie – Check out the survey writing toolkit, get more great insights from Ali and Tzeying on their blog, join their research community on Discord
- How to write effective surveys – Rewatch the webinar where Ali and Tzeying explain how to create surveys that deliver great results
- Survey templates – Did you know Typeform has a bunch of ready-made survey template designs? Find them here!
Thanks a lot to all those who attended live, it was great to have you there – there was some really interesting discussion and we had some great questions.
What were your takeaways from the presentation? Is there anything you plan to change in terms of your respondent recruitment strategy as a result of the learnings here? If you have any follow up questions or talking points to throw out to the community let us know – we’d love to chat more!