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Business Researching User Needs Finding Participants for Your Learning Activity Identifying Participant Criteria

How to reach participant candidates?

I have created the attributes of the people who would use my product. After that I created a survey asking questions that determine if that person matches. I am mainly targeting teachers. How do I find people to survey?

1 Answer

When you are doing customer discovery I have found it effective to go to places where teachers might meet and ask them personally about your product and especially if they have any interest in it. You could go to a PTA meeting or something like a convention for teachers. Set up a small low cost booth and ask people their opinion. Make sure to write down responses and then catalogue and analyze the results. Good luck! Hope this helps!