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Research papers

Understanding the online panellist

This paper analyses the motivation of why people belong to online panels and provides an understanding of the dynamics of the relationship and the implications this may have for our industry. A survey of a UK panel has shown four distinct motivation...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Panel Research Conference 2005
Author: Pete Comley
April 17, 2005

Research papers

The craftsmanship behind a quality panel

Today one can choose between several different software packages for management of web access panels. These software packages can be exellent tools, but building and maintaining a good panel is still a matter for craftsmanship. The quality of results...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Panel Research Conference 2005
Authors: Rune T. Eilertsen, Leif Henrik Husom
April 17, 2005

Research papers

Webmeter™

Internet usage in the Netherlands is currently measured in two different ways: either by counting all page views of websites by the website owner, or, as a commercial service, by panel measurement that supplies information on page views and unique...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2004: Online
Authors: Marion Appel, Enrico Verhulst, Rob Molenaar
June 14, 2004

Research papers

Measuring television viewership through a multi-method approach

This paper describes a multi-method approach for measuring total television viewing of the 2000 NCAA men's basketball tournament by 18-24 year olds. The approach exploits three information sources - the Nielsen Media Research (NMR) national people...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2004: Television
Authors: George Terhanian, John Bremer, Randall K. Thomas, Thomas F. Delaney
June 18, 2004

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It's the culture, stupid!

A lot of research has been conducted regarding mode effects caused by social desirable response behavior and response style effects.New developments in market research have resulted in an increasing international usage of online panels. As a...

Catalogue: Panel Research 2006
Authors: Bart Wichers, Evelien Zengerink
Company: KANTAR TNS Malaysia
October 8, 2006

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Using global online panels

Over the past few years, online research has become an invaluable tool in the toolkit of researchers across the world. By utilising online access panels, researchers have been able to conduct research faster than ever before. They have been able to...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2008
Authors: Charles Pearson, Heaven Zhang, Rich Ridlen, Emma Smith, Andrew Cooper
Company: Research Now SSI
April 9, 2008

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Are panelists employees or respondents?

Online survey panelists are frequently characterized as 'professional respondents' motivated by self-interested, incentive-maximization. Little scientific evidence exists to evaluate such claims.This paper reports on two experiments testing...

Catalogue: Panel Research 2007
Author: Eric Taylor
October 28, 2007

Research papers

From clipboards to online research communities

Online panels are replacing telephone and face-to-face data collection; increasingly MROCs are replacing more established methods of talking to consumers. What do respondents think about these changes? Are there differences between countries? This...

Catalogue: Congress 2010: The Changing Face Of Market Research
Authors: Jackie Lorch, Steve Cierpicki, Bill Zuo, Cam Davis, Ray Poynter, Keith Phillips, Sue York
Companies: Colmar Brunton, Nielsen, Research Now SSI
September 15, 2010

Research papers

Building online multi-cultural opinion communities

This paper addresses the differences between online panels and online opinion communities. Is an online opinion community the next level of an online research panel?

Catalogue: Panel Research 2006
Authors: Claudia Feler, Adriana Rocha
Company: eCGlobal Solutions
October 8, 2006