Center for Marketing and Opinion Research
2011 Summit Poll
CMOR will be
conducting the 2011 Summit Poll in March. The
Poll is a telephone survey that includes questions
posed by multiple organizations in which each participant purchases only
those questions necessary to meet their information and research needs.
the Poll can help answer questions such as:
Have people heard of your organization? OR
How satisfied are people with your organization, products, or services?
Don't miss this
valuable opportunity to receive high quality data at an affordable cost.
Click here for more
information on the Poll.
What CMOR Clients are Saying:
"The entire team at
CMOR is highly professional and effective. I would highly recommend them
for any polling or survey project regardless of you organizations size or
budget. They helped the Medina County Board of DD save thousands of
dollars by helping us measure community awarness of our programs. This
information has been crucial for annual strategic and budget
Lynee Bixler, Medina County Board of Developmental
It is starting
off to be a good year for CMOR. CMOR was the recent recipient of the
Ohio Department of Development's Rising Star Award and we recently
became an EDGE certified business.
We want to be
your research partner. Contact us today to discuss how CMOR can help
you see more (CMOR) and achieve more.
and Amanda Barna
5 Don'ts for Writing Survey Questions
By: Amanda Barna
Surveys are used for
many reasons - to measure employee or customer satisfaction, to gauge
public awareness of an agency or service, or evaluate the effectiveness
of a program, training or class. Administering a survey can be a
tremendous benefit to any organization. Knowing what you do well and
how/where you can improve can make a measurable difference.
One of the dangers when putting together a survey is not asking the
right questions the right way which can result in data that cannot
be used, or, even worse, can lead you in the wrong direction.
Click here to read
the five tips of what NOT to do when writing survey
Michelle Henry and Amanda Barna, founding partners of
CMOR, are the proud recipients of the 2010 Rising Star Award from the
Ohio Department of Development as part of the Keys to Success
Program. The Rising Star is awarded to successful women entrepreneurs
who have been in business for less than five years. Michelle
and Amanda accepted the award on November 18, 2010 at the
Vern Riffe Center in Columbus. Great
job Michelle and Amanda!
Meet the Team:
and Eric Hoffman
Rhonda Hughes and
Eric Hoffman are both integral members of CMOR's Lab
Rhonda joined CMOR in October of 2010 as the Lead
Supervisor. She has extensive experience in call center management and
customer service. Rhonda's primary responsibility is to facilitate
maximum employee productivity and consistency.
Eric has been a member of the CMOR team for over 4
years. Eric was recently promoted to Head Quality Assurance Coach. Eric
is vested with the responsibility of ensuring that all data that is
collected is high quality. Eric enjoys helping the other interviewers
excel to their fullest potential. Prior to working at CMOR, Eric worked
at Infocision as a trainer.
We are excited
to have both Eric and Rhonda
be part of
CMOR is Now
CMOR recently received Encouraging Diversity, Growth,
and Equity (EDGE) Certification through the Ohio Department of
Administrative Services. The EDGE program establishes goals for state
agencies in awarding contracts to certified EDGE businesses.