Telephone surveys (CATI) Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing (CATI or Telephone Surveys) are an efficient way of collecting information while conducting quantitative market research. They take place on the telephone and respondents are asked questions from a pre-designed questionnaire. The main advantages of telephone surveys are efficiency, relatively low costs, the availability of a large variety of tools for quality control as well as the possibility to interview any hard-to-reach...
Computer Assisted Web Interviewing (CAWI) is a survey technique using the Internet. The respondent fills out an electronic form without the prompting of an interviewer. The completed questionnaire can then be sent by e-mail or posted on the website. Advantages of using CAWI: In most cases, this method is the most economical in terms of material and time costs. It provides a wide range of opportunities to use video and audio materials, as well as images. It enables companies to explore the...
Face-to-face interviews are one of the main methods used to collect quantitative data. During these interviews, the interviewer communicates directly with the respondent and their questions are based on a strictly structured questionnaire. These interviews can be conducted at the respondents’ place of work or residence, on the street or in certain points of sale. What tasks can face-to-face interviews solve for businesses? They can: Determine the level of popularity of your brand and the...
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