We’ve been chit-chatting with our British community over the past few weeks and getting all the details about their plans, from celebrating our new King and Queen to tackling those home improvement projects they’ve put off for months to heading down to the beach for some fun in the sun (fingers crossed for sunny weather!).
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The days are getting longer, the sun is shining brighter, and the birds are singing their hearts out. That can only mean one thing!? It’s officially SPRING!
We’ve all heard the saying, “never judge a book by its cover,” but when it comes to products on shelves, let’s be honest – we judge them by their packaging.
Being a Pulser is fun, but it’s also powerful. Your opinions shape the brands you know and love, and it’s not only brands you’re shaping. You’ve made the OnePulse community into what it is today.
From *very* honest feedback on that unconventional seasonal range you’re trying to get the green light for to gauging the nation’s reaction to the latest Love Island scandal (we promise we won’t judge!). You’ve got the questions, and we’ve got all the answers to help you stay on the road to success.
We’ve got stats SO hot we might need to fan ourselves down with that bouquet of red roses you’re about to pick up on your way home from work…
This handy question type is perfect for measuring attitudes, opinions and behaviours with greater nuance than a yes/no answer, but also great for our Pulsers because it makes something potentially complex easy to understand.
Maybe you LOVE them as much as Buddy the Elf loves Christmas or hate hate hate loathe them entirely like the Grinch. Christmas TV ads are a pivotal part of British festive traditions and a strong signal that the oh-so-jolly season is fast approaching.
Our Community Engagement team has written thousands of questions that keep our community coming back for more. We’ve compiled some best practices and tips to help you ace your Pulse!
Whether you use OnePulse for opinion polling, creative testing, concept validation, or simply to settle a debate, the first step is creating an engaging Pulse to get you actionable insights.