How to visualise survey results using infographics
When you're conducting a survey, collecting the data is only Step One. Step Two is presenting your survey results in a way that won't bore your audience to tears.
You know by now that infographics are an engaging way to present information. But maybe you aren't sure how to go about visualizing certain types of survey data.
This guide will answer your questions.
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Talk to the people who matter to you. Tap into what the world is thinking—whenever you want. Market research surveys make it easy to get opinions from potential and existing customers, test concepts, measure brand awareness, and more.
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You have your idea. Turning it into a business requires some research, followed by a straightforward exercise in building that research into a plan. Failing to research your market could mean that you run the risk if spending time and money on developing your business only to find that there is no demand. Make sure you talk to your potential customers (not just friends & family), do some mystery shopping on your competitors, research the number of customers and your price point and the industry in general.Don’t forget to ask opinions on the business name and the logo; the feedback here can be invaluable.
You can source primary, or firsthand, data by conducting a survey or posing questions on social media. Of course, you can also hit the high street with a clipboard.