Brandspeak undertakes UK and global, online market research surveys for B2C and B2B brands, as well as marketing and PR agencies. Take a look at the types of quantitative market research we offer.

Today, online surveys are preferred for quantitative studies, due to their low cost, speed and flexibility.

For example, in the case of this research technique:

  • Our sample sizes range from just 50 per market to 5000+.
  • Surveys are device-agnostic so they will work on PC, laptop, tablet and mobile.
  • They can handle text, image, video or audio questions as required.

There are other benefits too:

  • There are no interviewer costs.
  • Surveys can accommodate a wide variety of both closed and open question types.
  • Survey data can start to be received almost as soon as the survey is posted.
  • Question order can be randomised for each respondent to avoid possible order bias.
  • Respondents can answer at a time and in a place of their choosing.
  • Demographic data splits are usually provided as standard but a range of question-specific data splits are also widely available.
  • The same survey can be rapidly relaunched at any time to analyse trends over time.

Why use online quantitative research?

Online surveys have a wide variety of applications, including:

  • Usage and attitude studies
  • Advertising and communications assessment
  • Driver analysis
  • Pricing studies

When you commission an online survey we’ll a take care of everything – from designing the survey, recruiting the respondents, conducting the research, the analysis, then delivering the results.

If you have a potential project you would like to discuss, please get in touch or call: +44 (0) 203 858 0052

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