ASMARQ has built the nation’s largest-scale panel network consisting of more than 17 million affiliated panel members along with ASMARQ’s panel organization "D style web".
Its feature is the usability for interviewing research, CLT, and survey recruiting such as recruitment of examinees, with our strength of outstanding experiences in the field of panel recruiting, which is available for any occasion including large-scale surveys and research on niche targets that are difficult to be attained.
Basic Information of ASMARQ’s Survey Panel, D style web
Other Registered Data of ASMARQ’s Survey Panel, D style web
* Disease/Disorder List
ASMARQ’s special panels are databases created based on respondents’ answers collected beforehand according to the particular themes along with the basic attribute information such as gender and age. With those databases, questionnaire forms are sent to the well-targeted respondents, which makes it possible to conduct surveys quickly with low-cost screening. Here is the list of ASMARQ’s special panels.
*Information of respondents’ answers is regularly updated.
ASMARQ has a big share in the field of participant recruitment for qualitative research (CLT) in the online research industry.
In CLT research, participants need to visit the venue, which makes it critical to guarantee the quality of participants. To keep improving the quality, we constantly examine the answers carefully with a sharp point of view under the control of specialists who have expertise in both quantitative and qualitative research.
Specifically, ASMARQ improves the user interface of a survey, confirms the requirements by making phone calls to participants in advance, limit the questionnaire delivery against dishonest respondents, and filters out participants who have given extremely inconsistent or inappropriate answers. Also, by connecting the present data with the survey answer data in the past, we are always trying our best to improve continuously to obtain participants who give fresh and accurate answers, to avoid the same participants from taking part in fixed-point surveys.