6 Ways You Might Be Unintentionally Introducing Bias Into Your Marketing Surveys

It’s an easy way to get first-party data, but is it reliable?

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Marketing teams need to scrutinize surveys more intently to ensure there is no bias. Getty Images

By now, everyone can agree that, when done right, data-based insights can drive smarter, more personalized touchpoints with the people that matter and improve the overall quality of business decisions. For this to work, though, companies need accurate, trustworthy data.

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@CivisAnalytics Ellen Houston is managing director, applied data science for Civis Analytics.
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