Online Bulletin Boards

A private online forum in which users share information, ideas, and opinions. Respondents are invited to log-in at their leisure to answer questions. A trained moderator is always present and clients can observe results at any time and print transcripts at any point in the study. Online bulletin boards have the interactive advantages of focus groups or face-to-face IDIs with the efficiencies and response validity of online interviewing technology.

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Dub
Dub

Marketing Research Qualitative Insight Community Software, BBFG Software, Research Portals and Mobile Qualitative

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W5
W5

W5 conducts full-service marketing research and research strategy services for Fortune 500s and leading advertising agencies.

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Artafact

Online focus group software and bulletin boards with drawing tools, polling, video and more. Global reach and multiple languages.

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