Finding Global Panel Numbers is a Click Away
A connected world means that we are used to having everything at our fingertips. From being able to find out more about everything under the sun and never touch an encyclopedia, all way to making doctor appointments and ordering products online. We explore price comparisons, check peer ratings and gather information – on our own – to make important decisions. We don’t want to wait, and we want the most up-to-date information so we can make good decisions. We want speed, convenience and ease of use.
We think it’s time for panel and sample companies to keep up with these demands. Instead of publishing the traditional “panel book” to provide sample buyers with approximate figures on how many people they can reach and the demographic characteristics of those people, we need something better. How do we convey a better understanding to our buyers about our ability and dependability to supply respondents for a given project?
One solution that we’ve developed is our new dynamic, clickable panel map. This interactive tool allows you to discover P2Sample’s panel capabilities in each country, as well as displaying how many individuals have been active in the past 90 days. Part of our mission for transparency, this map goes far beyond the traditional “panel book” in displaying available respondents.
We know that accurate insights from your study hinge on sample, and our map shows where in the world our millions of opted-in panel members are – in more than 150 countries. To use the map, you simply hover your mouse over any country to get the total panel count and the 90 day active count for that country. You can also search regionally based on your research project or goals – some of our top geographies by region include the Americas, Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and Africa
You don’t have to dig through an outdated book for panel feasibility any more, our interactive panel map gives you all the information and speed you want when it comes to uncovering sample capabilities. Take it for a spin today and check out what we have to offer in your target area.
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