​​​​​​The Right Time for the Right Questions:
How to Boost Survey Response Rates

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The Right Time for the Right Questions:
​​​​​​​How to Boost Survey Response Rates 

​​​​​​​Conducting online surveys is one of the most powerful ways to explore market trends, collect customer and employee feedback, or validate business ideas. However, if not enough people respond to the survey, you won't get accurate and actionable data. 

Want to know how many responses are sufficient? Unsure how to get the participation you need? Here’s the need-to-know webinar on survey response rates and how to get the best results for your efforts! 
Register for the webinar to learn: 
  • Good survey response rates and the factors that affect them 
  • Software features that help boost participation  
  • Tactics that help increase customer survey participation 
  • Tactics that help increase employee survey participation 
Don’t struggle with low response rates! Join in for easy-to-use ideas and best practices and watch rates rise by up to 300%. 

Meet your hosts

VP of Success, Sogolytics

Sogolytics VP of Success Melissa Krut works closely with internal teams and external partners to leverage Sogolytics’ feedback and experience management platform to drive accurate and relevant market, employee, and customer insights.   
With experience in training, building culture, and implementing technology solutions to support customer and employee experience, Melissa's focus is on empowerment, understanding, and, of course, success. 

Founder and Principal Analyst, Reticle Research

Ross Rubin is the founder and principal analyst at Reticle Research. Ross has been an industry analyst focused on innovation in the technology, media, and telecom markets for over 25 years, and has developed technology research services at leading firms, including The NPD Group and Jupiter Research (acquired by Forrester Research). He is a columnist for ZDNet and Fast Company and has previously written for CNET, Engadget, eWeek, Digital Trends, PCMag, ABCNews.com, Inc., VentureBeat, and TechCrunch.

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