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AskingCanadians partners with yconic

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TORONTO, ON (January 17, 2017) – AskingCanadians, the premier online data collection company in Canada, is partnering with yconic, Canada’s largest student and youth network, to provide exclusive access to the organization’s youth-focused consumer insights panel. With more than 360,000 teen and young adult panellists, yconic operates Canada’s largest youth-focused market research panel, providing young people with read more

New hires, new panel partnerships on tap for AskingCanadians as double-digit growth continues

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In June, we celebrated the 10th anniversary since we launched the AskingCanadians panel as a customer-centric research community back in 2005. The celebration marked a milestone for us and was even more meaningful because, in the first six months of 2015, our AskingCanadians business has continued to experience double-digit growth. This growth has been driven by: read more

Connect with consumers at any point in the customer journey

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As digital convenience continues to grow within our culture, consumers have changed the way they communicate, interact and buy from brands. Consumers are interacting with brands through digital for everything from product research and comparisons, to reviews, price shopping, social network venting and purchasing. Mobile devices offer an interesting layer of connection to collect data read more

AskingCanadians announces the launch of the AskingPets panel

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New panel responds to growth in the online pet consumer goods industry (Toronto, ON) April 1, 2014 – Who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks? Last year, the online pet consumer goods industry grew by three per cent in Canada. In response, AskingCanadians, an online data collection firm with access to 600,000 read more

Survey Design: Creating the optimal panellist experience

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After reading last week’s blog post by Pat Prunskus, the first thing I thought was, “I couldn’t agree more.” In my first few months here at AskingCanadians I was so adamant about making the surveys more engaging I asked one of the programmers to do the following mock-up of our profiler “pets” question: At the read more