Heidi Abramyk, itracks Marketing & Design Specialist Twitter chats are scheduled chats that take place on Twitter through Twitter updates, using a specific hashtag link to thread the tweets/discussion together in some form. Since it brings various people together to discuss their opinions on said topics, it could be used as a qualitative market research
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Saskatoon, SK (August 3, 2011) – Itracks, international online data collection expert and online qualitative patent holder, announced today new custom software capabilities for their clients. Itracks can now implement...
Saskatoon, SK – December 1, 2009 – itracks, international online data collection specialists and online qualitative patent holder, has released V1.5 of Populis - their market research online community (MROC) offering. The latest release includes functionality developed to increase member participation, a new reporting utility and a module that allows community managers to communicate with
Saskatoon, SK- Itracks, international online data collection expert and online qualitative patent holder, today announced details of their latest bulletin board focus group software release. The upgrade offers additional languages and user interface enhancements for both moderators and respondents. Itracks now offers their qualitative research software in the Hebrew language along with nineteen other languages
Saskatoon, SK - Itracks, international online data collection expert and online qualitative patent holder, today announced details of their new online community research solution, Populis. Itracks intends to use Populis in comparative research studies of existing customers to prove that community members purchase significantly more products and services than non-members. Populis was also designed to