OnePulse – Simplifying Market Research

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Millions of dollars are spent each year by companies who to try to ensure that their customers’ needs are getting met. Altogether, they’re spending $40 billion on market research ALONE, but news flash, this method doesn’t have to be so costly.

This is why OnePulse was created. It’s a tool for companies to understand people’s preferences with groundbreaking ease.

With this revolutionary way to pursue market research, OnePulse aims to engage and bring thousands of customers into your business. It’s deliberately designed for clients to easily access and use the app for whatever they need to do.

Here’s what you need to do in order to get started:

  1. Go to OnePulse’s website
  2. Register your company’s details
  3. Go into the dashboard
  4. Select a panel or an audience that you want to speak to
  5. Ask up to 3 questions, send them out and watch the results come in in real time

The benefits for OnePulse’s consumers are great and include 3 key things:

  1. Share your opinion on any topic that matters to you
  2. Learning new things as it’s an ideal way to stay on top of the news and staying informed on what’s going on in the world
  3. Get rewarded with micro payments as you can earn up to 20 cents for answering a pulse

OnePulse acquires market research users through social media, but more often than not, it’s via word of mouth.

Another appealing feature OnePulse provides is that it’s seen as a fun and similar to a gaming app. You can also stay informed with current events which will likely cause a ripple effect and leads others to want to join the fun.

If you’re interested in learning more about OnePulse, you can head over to onepulse.com or search for “OnePulse” in your App Store.

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