7 tips for writing great surveys

10/29/2009 | Instigator Blog

If you're using a survey to collect information, make sure each question will help you collect information about your targeted objective and has measurable results, Ben Yoskovitz writes. Use some "tough" questions to get "honest" and "raw" results, and solicit new or unexpected information by asking open-ended questions, he writes.

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