Online Surveys

Market Research help brands and government agencies provide better products and services to you and your community.

Participating in market research by taking online surveys helps to shape society while raising funds for your favourite cause from the comfort of home.

We pay revenue to your cause for every minute of survey activity.

Market research

Market research is about listening and understanding people’s views and interpreting this information to guide brands, organisations or governments when making decisions. From the everyday products you use, the films you watch in the cinema, the food you eat, to governmental policies and humanitarian causes. Insights from market research enables people all over the world to understand and interpret the increasingly complex world we live in.

Source: https://www.esomar.org/what-we-do/about-us

Online surveys

Over 30% of global market research is carried out through online market research. The rise of online as a legitimate research methodology is a result of economic forces, efficiencies in digital data collection, but also by the decrease in the number of landline telephones in many demographics.

The surveys we send have been checked for quality and reviewed to ensure they do not collect any personal information that could connect your responses back to you as an individual. Surveys vary from 2 to 20 minutes in length and you can choose to participate immediately, take the survey at a more convenient time, or decline all together.

Duty of care

Market researchers professionals have a duty of care to:

  • Ensure that data subjects are not harmed as a direct result of their personal data being used for research.
  • Exercise special care when the nature of the research is sensitive or the circumstances under which the data was collected might cause a data subject to become upset or disturbed.
  • Remain mindful that research relies on public confidence in the integrity of research and the confidential treatment of the information provided for its success, and therefore must remain diligent in maintaining the distinction between research and non-research activities.
  • Ensure that if they engage in non-research activities (such as sales, marketing and promotional activities) they must clearly distinguish and separate those activities from research.

Source: https://www.esomar.org/uploads/public/knowledge-and-standards/codes-and-guidelines/ICCESOMAR_Code_English_.pdf

Our commitment to a anonymity

Personal information you prove us is used to target appropriate surveys and manage the platform, we do not share your personal data with third parties.

We do not share your personal data with our survey partners, your responses to surveys are de-identified and your identity masked at all times.

Some surveys may ask for you to opt-in to provide your personal data to help with analysis or for you to take part in further research exercises, it is you choice at that time to opt-in.

Your commitment

Our research clients rely on your survey responses to make significant business decisions and improve services that may effect you on a day to day basis. We therefore as ask you to answer truthfully and to the best of your ability. Our clients have a right to reject survey responses that appear inconsistent – we would hate for you to invest time in answering a survey only for us to be unable to deliver revenue to your chosen cause!

References

ESOMAR

ESOMAR is the global organisation for market, opinion and social research and data analytics.

www.esomar.org

CASRO

CASRO is the national association representing the U.S. research industry and organizations engaged in the conduct, support, or education of market, opinion and social research. 

www.casro.org

AMSRO

Australian Market & Social Research Organisation is the peak body for market and social research in Australia.

www.amsro.com.au

AMSRS

Australian Market & Social Research Society is a membership body of market and social research professionals dedicated to increasing the standard and understanding of market and social research.

www.amsrs.com.au

AMSRS Code of Professional Behaviour