There is no denying that marketing research is evolving. New technologies, the abundance of data available and consumer dependence of smartphones being the biggest contributors. But how does this change the way we sample via online research? And source permission-based, quality respondents?
The recent compulsory online census in Australia stirred a considerable amount of controversy, and for seemingly good reason. Ahead of census day, concern was raised by many Australian residents at being told they must share information, but when it was then virtually impossible to complete on the night (the handful of those who managed to submit it notwithstanding), many were up in arms.