The main task of the introduction of the questionnaire for telephone survey – to inform the respondent and the goal of the research problem and to convince him to participate in the telephone survey. The text of the introduction of the questionnaire depends on whether there is a need for concealing the purpose of research (if so, what is possible to develop so-called "legends"), as well as the complexity of the study and the degree of sensitivity of the information collected. The purpose of the introduction – to encourage the respondent to cooperate, thereby reducing the error associated with the rejection of a response. Although the text of the introduction of various forms differ from each other, there are general rules and principles of development: The explicit or implicit reference to the importance of ongoing study. The introduction should highlight the importance of research (ie, to convince the respondent that he had good reason to spend time filling out forms) and the importance of personal opinion of the respondent (this will increase the probability of participation). General information about the causes and purposes of the study. The level of detail depends on the degree of disclosure of the alleged purpose of the study. EXPRESS invitation to participate.
It can be said in the introduction: 'We are extremely grateful to you, if you are willing to share their thoughts and feelings …' Confirmation that the problem involved is not too complicated and not time consuming. You Respondents say: 'You will be able to quickly and easily respond to most questions. According to our calculations, filling in the questionnaire should take you no more than ten – fifteen minutes. " The need to obtain truthful answers. For example: 'We are interested in getting your personal opinion.
There is no right or wrong answer … ' Assurance of confidentiality, for example: "Your responses will be kept strictly confidential. Data will be presented in summary form … ' Confirmation that this is real, real investigation. For example: 'We are conducting research to explore the views of people like you. Telephone surveys typically contain little introduction. It briefly reported the cause of research, given the assurances of confidentiality and provides an invitation to participate in the telephone survey. For example. Good afternoon. My name is Maria I is an independent market research company PromoLine Communications Agency .. We conduct a telephone survey of mobile communications market. We are very interested in learning the views of people like you. Your opinion will be taken into account when development of new services to you mobile phone operator. I want to ask you some questions. I can assure you that the survey will take just 15 minutes or less. You can quickly and easily answer many questions. In our survey There are no right or wrong answers. All that we need – to hear from you truthful answers. All your responses will be kept strictly confidential. Your name will not be known to anyone outside our company.
Are German Media Sensation As British?
Are German media sensationslusterner as British global study from Gartner communications? Global survey from Gartner communications provides surprising assessments of Frankfurt am Main, February 14, 2012 German PR people seem clearly critical to assess than their counterparts in England and the United States to the domestic media. The results of a (non-representative) global survey of communication consultancy of Gartner communications suggest such a conclusion. “So valued the basic attitude of local media as sensationslustern” nearly 60% of the interviewed German PR professionals, whereas the majority of colleagues in England (53%) and the United States (57%) the attitude of there media to be balanced “keep. German public workers are considerably more skeptical than their Anglo-Saxon counterparts also as regards ethical principles on media page. 74% of respondents believe that editorial coverage in Exchange for ad more or less common, while 53% in the United States and 62% in England believe this is unacceptable for media; “the publication of private information without the consent of the persons concerned keep 57% of German respondents for editors more or less” accepted, while 71% in the United States find this practice unacceptable. Also the journalistic filters”is supposedly more permeable in Germany: 50% of the interviewed German PR professionals say that regularly press releases would be reprinted without significant changes, while three-fourths of their colleagues in England and the United States consider this unusual. In turn, the German PR creating the self assessment is clearly positive.
“Half of German respondents believe journalists would PR people first and foremost as a professional contact” see, while 50% of American and 60% of English PR professionals entertain no illusions what they were in the eyes of the media: a necessary evil “. We were quite taken aback by the results, apply in particular to the British Media commonly referred to as particularly cynical and aggressive. The perceptions of local and remotely may be different; or we are more sensitive in Germany? “, says Ulrich Gartner, owner of Gartner communications. Refreshing I find but the self assessment in the Anglo-Saxon countries which is usual snappy.”
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