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14 Tips For Writing An Effective Online Survey
By: Dana Fine
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    2006-04-03

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  • 14 Tips For Writing An Effective Online Survey
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    13) Name your survey and write a brief introduction. Providing a survey name and a brief introduction are good ways to give your respondents some background and a frame of reference. It also prepares them for what is to come.

    14) Craft a well-written subject line for the email you send with the survey to capture your respondentsí attention.

    While not exhaustive, the points listed above are enough to get you started in the right direction. In summary, a well-written online survey has higher completion rates and is an effective method for gathering information.

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    Dana Fine is a Senior Instructional Designer at SyberWorks, Inc http://www.syberworks.com. SyberWorks is a custom e-Learning solutions company that specializes in Learning Management Systems, e-Learning solutions, and custom online course development. Dana is also a frequent contributor to the Online Training Content Journal.


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