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What are forms of secondary market research?

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F. Lopez

F. Lopez

F. Lopez
F. Lopez

Answered May 10, 2018

Online data

External questionnaires

Government information.
Secondary market research is a market research that is as of now ordered and sorted out. Cases of optional information incorporate reports and concentrates by government offices, exchange affiliations or different organizations inside your industry.

Another magnificent and exceptionally viable approach to lead essential market research is through surveys and questionnaires. The term 'surveys' is a wide term that covers a great deal of things, for example, survey questionnaires, survey shapes, survey meetings and consumer loyalty cards, and so on.
Primary research (field research) involves gathering new data that has not been collected before. For example, surveys using questionnaires or interviews with groups of people in a focus group. Secondary research (desk research) involves gathering existing data that has already been produced

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lawtonmichael

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Answered Sep 06, 2017

Online data
External questionnaires
Goverment information
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