Posts Tagged ‘The New York Times’

Survey Science

Industry Experts Focus on the Future of Polling

When The New York Times, “The Gray Lady” of American news organizations, announced it was putting its marquee name on Internet polls, opinions were overwhelmingly black or white. AAPOR, the American Association for Public...

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Research & Data

Credit Cards or PayPal: How Do Consumers Prefer to Pay Online?

Let's imagine for a moment that your web-based business's ability to collect online payments from customers is just like your body's ability to digest food. The easier it is to accept (and digest) those...

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CyberSecurity

Are Americans Concerned About Cyber Security?

For the latest installment of the SurveyMonkey Shakedown, our main monkey, Dave Goldberg headed over to Bloomberg West to discuss how Americans feel about the state of cyber security with Emily Chang. In light...

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SurveyMonkey Speaker Series Presents Ben Casnocha, Co-author of “The Start-Up of You”

Yesterday, Ben Casnocha, entrepreneur, blogger, and co-author of The New York Times best-seller The Start-Up of You, stopped by SurveyMonkey to discuss his book and give valuable advice about the importance of having an entrepreneurial mindset and...

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