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3 Ways We’ve Got Your Back With Mobile DIY

Do-It-Yourself survey-building is easy with MFourDIY™, the first all-mobile DIY market research platform. But no worries if you need guidance or advice, live help is always just a click away.
 
You get:
  • Quality assurance: advice on phrasing questions and industry best practices to get the best insights
  • Live support: connect with a specialist to help you build your survey and answer any questions
  • Live data cleaning: we remove flawed responses as they come in — you only pay for successful interviews
 
Click here to learn all about MFourDIY™, then start launching sophisticated surveys that are cost effective, fast, easy to design & field.
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Coming Aug. 17: Join Webinar & Learn the Only All-Mobile DIY Solution

Get the Only All-Mobile DIY Solution

Tune in Wednesday, August 17, at 11:30 a.m., Pacific, for “MFourDIY: Getting Started,” a webinar focusing on the industry’s only all-mobile, do-it-yourself survey building platform.

Sign up below for any upcoming 30-minute session.
Also, we’ve posted previous webinars on YouTube. 
Here are the currently-scheduled webinars and their topics:
Wednesday, August 17, 11:30 a.m., Pacific
Wednesday, September 21, 12 noon, Pacific
Wednesday, October 19, 12 noon, Pacific
Wednesday, November, 12 noon, Pacific
If you have any questions, please call us at 714.754.1234
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Learn: Mobile DIY in 30 Minutes

To know it is to love it. MFour Mobile Research’s new MFourDIY, that is. We invite all market research professionals to see for themselves. Sign up for our webinar series on how to use the industry’s first and only all-mobile, do-it-yourself survey-building platform. Next up: Mobile Panel 101: “Reaching Millennials and Other Elusive Demographics,” Tuesday, May 10 at noon, Pacific.

Here are all the currently-scheduled webinars and their topics:

Mobile Panel 101
Reaching Millennials and Other Elusive Demographics
Tuesday, May 10, noon, Pacific
Click here to register

MFourDIY: Getting Started
Wednesday, May 18, 11 a.m. Pacific
Click here to register

Getting Responses from “Non-Buyers”
Creating an After-Visit Survey
Tuesday, May 24, 12 noon, Pacific
Click here to register

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Facebook makes 79% of its money from mobile

Facebook continues to grow incredibly rich – thanks to its big bet on connecting with people who use mobile devices.

Here are the mobile-relevant numbers from Facebook’s latest earnings report, released today. MFour Mobile Research, the leader and pioneer in all-mobile consumer surveys, urges the market research industry to take special note.

  •  Facebook had 1.51 billion unique monthly active mobile users during the first three months of 2016. They accounted for 91.5% of the site’s users.
  •   Mobile users were up 21% from the first quarter of 2015.
  •  Facebook raked in $4.3 billion in mobile advertising. That accounted for 79% of the company’s $5.4 billion in revenue.
  • Facebook made a $2 billion profit for the quarter, more than double last year’s take for the first quarter.

The social media giant has come a long way from 2012, when it had virtually no mobile ad revenue.  As the New York Times put it in a recent article, Facebook “was late to realize the importance of mobile phones; for years, its smartphone app was a slow, kludgy mess, and until just a few years ago it had no mobile revenue to speak of…. Facebook now derives the vast majority of its revenue from mobile ads. Its sales are growing at a breathtaking clip.”

Market research also has been “late to realize the importance of mobile phones.”  But as Facebook shows us, it’s better late than never – WAY better.

MFour, based in Irvine, CA., invented all-mobile consumer research in 2011. Its million-member active panel of survey-takers is the largest, most diverse posse you can reach via smartphone for fast, demographically inclusive, high-impact consumer insights. Now MFour is democratizing mobile research with MFourDIY, its new do-it-yourself mobile survey platform. Check out a special introductory offer at mfourdiy.com.

Mobile rules. Mobile earns. Don’t take our word for it, take Mark Zuckerberg’s.

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Get to Know MFourDIY

MFour’s ongoing webinar series educating market research professionals about its powerful yet simple to use new MFourDIY survey-building platform continues Thursday, April 28 at 11 a.m., Pacific Time.

Join us for a half-hour session we’re calling “Building GPS-Enabled Surveys: A thousand completes at Walmart today.”

Here are all the currently-scheduled webinars and their topics:

Building GPS-Enabled Surveys: A thousand completes at Walmart today.
Thursday, April 28, 11 a.m. Pacific

MFourDIY, a Basic Overview
Wednesday, May 4, 9 a.m., Pacific

Mobile Panel 101: Reaching Millennials and Other Elusive Demographics
Tuesday, May 10, noon Pacific

Click below to register for any or all of these half-hour sessions.

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/9141654506830765570

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Introducing MFourDIY, A Mobile Research Revolution for the Masses

 

NextGen DIY mobile design means no more Monkeying around with antiquated panels and platforms

Dive in at mfourdiy.com

MFour Mobile Research launched MFourDIY, the next breakthrough in fast, accurate, reliable, easily accessible consumer survey data. It’s a new, cost-efficient way to field all-mobile, do-it-yourself surveys by exploiting the vast capabilities of the phones hard-wired to consumers’ hands. MFourDIY extends the unrivaled clout of Surveys on the Go® to anyone who needs excellent market research that can fully include hard-to-reach demographics such as Millennials, Hispanics and African Americans.

Clients can create a free account, design sophisticated surveys and access more than a million consumers via the Surveys on the Go®, mobile smart phone app. Check out the platform by visiting mfourdiy.com

MFour DIY arrives already vetted by forward-looking brands and researchers who’ve stepped up to field mobile surveys during the platform’s Beta-testing. Their experiences speak for themselves.

  • “Easy to program and field.” Derek Turk, Vice President of Ratings & Research, Lionsgate Entertainment Inc.
  • “The best DIY research.” Micah Mack, Shopper Insights Marketing Manager, PepsiCo

“We’re democratizing all-mobile research. We’ve got the only all-mobile platform and it’s getting rave reviews,” St. Hilaire said.