Online Survey and Online Market Research Site Tellwut Hits 300,000 Voters and 40 Million Responses to Surveys
Tellwut.com, the online survey and online market research site, has reached a milestone of over 300,000 voters and over 40 million survey responses in just over two years. Tellwut launched its rewards based survey community in late 2012 and has generated a significant following as a unique place for members to pose questions of interest as well as join the conversation by voting and commenting on issues of the day or personal issues of importance. Tellwut provides online sample to numerous market research companies, academics, organizations and do-it-yourself market researchers. Site members dubbed “Tellwutters” are active survey respondents, participating in online market research studies, market research communities along with questions posed by members. Not only can marketers get snap shot opinions on products, services or issues, so can Tellwutters. President Judy Morson says, “People can ask a question on an ask-answer site, however this requires filtering through the few responses you might receive. At Tellwut, you can post your online survey and receive consensus from over 2,000 respondents in 24 hours. Whether you like the answer or not, you know how the majority feel on your topic or issue. What better place than to create a dialogue and see what people think and Tell Wut you think at Tellwut.” Determine how public opinion is trending or what news is important. Tellwutters answer those questions every Friday when it features the Tellwut Newsroom. In Tellwut’s latest Friday Newsroom Tellwutters found “Cancer linked to Obesity” and “Ebola reaching peak per Sierra Leone Official” important, however, Black Friday shopping levels and president Obama pardoning a turkey were not important. Questions by Tellwutter’s gleaned the following:
- 52% felt that once a cheater always a cheater
- 58% felt that women should cover themselves while breastfeeding in public
- 49% own a tablet, and
- 70% of decided voters said they were introverted.