Did you see the Urtak collaborative survey poll thing I published on the site early this morning? Well we’ve had quite a few people use it. I started it off with 10 questions I typed in randomly about the mobile industry. For instance, I asked “Do you own an iPad?” (37% said yes) or “Does [...]
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Hello — Ewan here — at the most recent Unlimited Drinks we decided to do a quick survey of the attendees. My initial idea was to give everyone a pen and an A5 sheet of paper with three easy questions on it. However eventually we ended up having Momchil walk and talk to every attendee [...]
I’m not a Londoner anymore. I live in Marlow, Buckinghamshire. However I’m in London most days so I feel I have some right to stand up and be counted here. Have a read of this: Some 55 per cent of 950 people questioned said they did not want Transport for London to go ahead with [...]
A stimulating survey in from WDS Global who’ve just spoken to 1,000 customers globally. The results? Here are the key points: Price is the number one purchasing factor Consumer purchasing decisions of mobile phones are overwhelmingly made on price, with 49% of consumers citing it as the most important factor; only 7% based their purchase [...]
So it’s time for today’s survey item and I’m taking a break from Vodafone 360 — this time we’re looking at Maemo. If you recall, we’ve been running a mobile developer sentiment survey as part of the report we’re writing for an investment bank. The survey is aimed at measuring sentiment, nothing more. (And the [...]
Ben Smith talks to Mark Curtis, CEO of Flirtomatic, about some absolutely astonishing survey participation figures — so surprising that the Flirtomatic team are considering offering their clients the ability to run surveys on the service.
I picked up the Reevoo.com survey of 31,000 UK mobile phone buyers this morning. Here’s the best features: 15.3% demonstrates that above all, UK purchasers want a handset that looks good. It’s a fashion item. A measly amount want email — only 1.2%. That’s to be expected though when you talk to normobs. I’m not [...]