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Academic research on Alexa
« on: November 05, 2018, 06:38:41 am »
Hi All,

I am Vito Tassiello and I am Senior Lecturer at Liverpool Business School. I am leading a research on the oral exchanges between consumers and Alexa and your opinion is extremely important for me. The survey takes few minutes (no more than 15 minutes).

In the survey, I do not ask for any personal contact and details (apart few info that are important for me such as your gender, age and nationality). All data are treated confidentially and privacy is guaranteed. The survey does not contain any form of offence language, images and messages. The survey is not for commercial purposes.

For further details contact me: v.tassiello@ljmu.ac.uk

Please follow the link https://impresaluiss.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9umjaCNtXk54fmR 

Offline GaryM

Re: Academic research on Alexa
« Reply #1 on: November 07, 2018, 08:24:08 am »
I've filled it in for you  ;)

Offline jwlv

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Re: Academic research on Alexa
« Reply #2 on: November 08, 2018, 11:01:19 am »
If you are a senior lecturer in a business school, you should know that it's bad for business to spam. Posting your survey in one group is fine. But posting the exact copy of the same message in every group starts to become spam-like. So I did you a favor and deleted all of the other posts. You can thank me later for averting Liverpool Business School from being labeled spam.

Re: Academic research on Alexa
« Reply #3 on: November 08, 2018, 05:31:20 pm »
If you are a senior lecturer in a business school, you should know that it's bad for business to spam. Posting your survey in one group is fine. But posting the exact copy of the same message in every group starts to become spam-like. So I did you a favor and deleted all of the other posts. You can thank me later for averting Liverpool Business School from being labeled spam.

I think a lot of times people just don't know how forums work.   I see this in all the forums I belong to.  they think there are different people in the different groups/sections.   just a newbee mistake.