Welcome to Respondent! We help connect researchers with quality market research participants. We're a marketplace so we have two types of people who use our platform: our researchers and our research participants.
How it works for researchers:
That's it! It's a quick and easy process. But we know you must have some questions, so we've answered a few common ones below:
What kind of research can you do with Respondent?
You can do both qualitative and quantitative research with Respondent, and you can do both in person and remote projects.
When you are creating a project, you choose between a variety of project types. Here's a bit more on the types of research.
How does Respondent find research participants?
We recruit participants in 3 main ways: through our current marketplace users, through referrals, and through online publishing. Here's a bit more on our recruiting process.
How much does it cost?
Our service fee is 50% of the incentive amount you set up -- So let's say you have a $100 incentive: our fee is then $50 per participant.
We believe in honest pricing, so you only pay for the participants that actually complete your project. Here's a bit more on our pricing.
How do you set up a project?
It's easy! Just create an account and click the "New Project" button -- We'll then ask you for a bit of info on your project and you'll publish it. Then we'll send it off to people in our marketplace who match the criteria you set up!
Ready to start? Here's a bit more on setting up a project.
How can I get some support?
Our team is happy to help! To contact us, send us a message through the little chat bubble in the account -- we'll be able to help you get your project set up, or put you in contact with our sales team for a free demo.
Can someone manage my project for me?
Yes, we offer that as well! Our Professional Services team will help fully manage the recruiting process for you -- We offer services like additional phone screening, managing quotas, sourcing moderators, etc. For a free quote, you can fill out our online form here.