Wasn’t too impressed with this test which true purpose is only to figure out what we’re going to buy next. Really annoying that classical music wasn’t an option. Also, whether you’re an addict, guru, buff, or what not, the detailed explanation is the same for all and only designed to flatter you.
I recommend you boycott this survey, unless you want to stay friends with Jude
. It will only steal your precious time and give you nothing in return, and life is short, very short.
Ars longa, vita brevis!
I had assumed this survey was for fun - a novelty. But if the intention was to understand the preferences of Head FI members, develop personas or segments (i.e. consumer research), or gather data for some other sales or marketing purpose, then it seems like it was not well designed.
These polling techniques , as I indicated in my previous post, are valid ways to assess sentiment and preference. But like a survey, they must be properly designed for the particular hypotheses they are intended to test, by people who understand how this is done - e.g. folks with consumer research background. And usually, these kinds of sentiment analysis tools are intended to compliment other methods.
Perhaps Jude can clarify if this was just for fun, or to better understand the interests of our members, or something else.
Aside from a few high octane obsessions (which could only be hinted at with like 2 of them questions) This thing is terribly off point. My friends could vouch for how I don't know diddly squat about sports.