Identify your research objectives – Before you start your research, you need to have a clear understanding of your research objectives and expected outcomes. Need feedback on a product or service? Are you looking for general or specific information?
Create a list of questions – Surveys can contain many different types of questions, including, for example, open-ended questions, closed-ended questions, matrix questions, and single- or multiple-answer questions.
Invite Respondents – There are several ways to invite people to participate in your online survey. Who you invite to your survey will help you decide the best distribution method.
Collect your responses – It is important to monitor your response rate, as your final sample size depends on how many people complete the survey. In many cases, adding incentives for participants can improve response rates. For example, you can give gifts, chances to win a lottery, donate to a charity, or a points system where participants earn points that can be redeemed for gifts.