Designing a survey is as much of science as it art. At SLRG we pride ourselves on being able to bridge that gap for clients. Recently, we’ve supported our colleagues and friends of the industry with their own survey writing, with a basic white paper primer that surfaces the nuances that go into survey development, including time and length, guidelines, appropriate question structures, and sampling do’s and don’ts. These guidelines are tantamount to writing an efficient and effective survey that will produce actionable insights.
SLRG has had the good fortune of partnering with a number of stadiums, arenas and halls of fame facilities that have been focusing on enhancing the on site experience for their valued guests. The sports venue industry has certainly seen a trend towards building technology enabled social spaces. These public spaces face the challenge of […]Read More »
Researchers can create the greatest discussion guide or survey. But it won’t matter if significant rigor is not put in place to assure that the right audience or sample is utilized. Use of convenience samples, poorly designed screeners and the often blind over-reliance on “cheaters and repeaters” can doom the best designed data collection instruments. […]Read More »
The book, The Influentials by Keller and Berry conducted a decade of research and found that “one American in ten tells the other nine how to vote, where to eat, and what to buy.” There’s a group of people who are responsible for driving trends, influencing mass opinions and most importantly, creating demand for great […]Read More »
SLRG’s Jon Last reflects on two March 2018 sports marketing initiatives that should engage fans and break through the clutter, in Media Insider’s lead item.Read More »