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Announcing the Market Research in the Mobile World Conferences in Europe, the U.S., and Asia Pac in 2012!

Posted by Leonard MurphyTuesday, October 18, 2011, 6:00 am No Comments
Announcing the Market Research in the Mobile World Conferences in Europe, the U.S., and Asia Pac in 2012! Starting with the European Conference in April, Merlien, GreenBook, & our sponsors will be conducting a series of MRMW conferences in each of these global regions, with each designed to address the specific needs of each market. All of the events will be tied together by the common theme of MRMW and great team we have in place, but each will be unique in content and context. It's all very exciting!
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Jeffrey Henning’s MRX Top 10: ESOMAR – Everything Said On MArket Research

Posted by Jeffrey HenningMonday, October 3, 2011, 8:13 am 1 Comment
Of the 1,503 unique links shared by the Twitter #MRX community the past two weeks, here are the Top 10 most retweeted. This edition was dominated by news from the ESOMAR Annual Congress, the annual gathering of ESOMAR members from around the world:
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EFM Past & Future, Innovation & Star Trek: An Interview With Jeffrey Henning

Posted by Leonard MurphyFriday, August 12, 2011, 7:21 am 2 Comments
Wrapping up my "newsmaker" interview series is a discussion with Jeffrey Henning, CMO of Affinnova. Jeffrey made news a while back when he left Vovici for Affinnova, and then again when it was announced that Text Analytics firm Verint had acquired EFM provider Vovici, the company that he had helped lead for so many years. Enterprise Feedback Management is a great example of the convergence of the market research and business intelligence industries so it's a topic that I and other industry observers follow closely; the recent wave of consolidation in that space is indicative of what we may see happening in other segments in the future. Since Jeffrey is arguably one of the most respected thought leaders in the industry on EFM, I feel pretty lucky that I had a chance to talk with him in-depth about it.
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Jeffrey Henning’s Top 10 #MRX Stories: Merger Mania, Mobile Mania

Posted by Jeffrey HenningMonday, August 8, 2011, 9:03 am 2 Comments
Here are the top 10 links of the 2,056 unique links share on the Twitter #MRX community the past two weeks.
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Mobilizing Market Research: The Grand Finale – Moving Forward & Using The Mobile Toolbox

Posted by Carrie RobbinsTuesday, June 28, 2011, 23:11 pm 4 Comments
This was originally planned to be the 7th post in a 9 part series by Carrie Robbins, a recent Master’s Degree recipient who did her thesis on Mobilizing Market Research: The state-of-the-art, future evolution and implications of mobile data collection methods in the field of market research. I've decided the remaining sections work best as a single post, so I have combined 7-9 into this, the final post in the series. We're at the end of this great series and we're going out with a bang! This final post explores some of the variables to consider when determining what mobile research is appropriate for your study, dissects what the mobile revolution means fro market research industry, and gives a series of examples of the major applications for mobile research today. It truly is the "meat" of the series and will enable everyone interested in deploying mobile research to have a solid base to start from.
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Mobilizing Market Research: Best Practices & What’s Next?

Posted by Carrie RobbinsMonday, June 20, 2011, 18:38 pm 3 Comments
This is part 6 of a 9 part series by Carrie Robbins, a recent Master’s Degree recipient who did her thesis on Mobilizing Market Research: The state-of-the-art, future evolution and implications of mobile data collection methods in the field of market research. We’re closing in on the finale of this great series and the information is becoming more and more actionable. Today Carrie explores the current accepted best practices and deciphers what it all means to the research industry. This one is a "must read"!
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Mobilizing Market Research: Going Forward – The Mobile To-Do List

Posted by Carrie RobbinsMonday, June 13, 2011, 23:44 pm 1 Comment
This is part 5 of a 9 part series by Carrie Robbins, a recent Master’s Degree recipient who did her thesis on Mobilizing Market Research: The state-of-the-art, future evolution and implications of mobile data collection methods in the field of market research. We're more than halfway there and the good stuff keeps on coming! In this post Carrie lays out some of the issues mobile research is going to have to get buttoned up in order to experience widespread adoption. It's a thought provoking section and brings up some critically important points.
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Mobilizing Market Research: Limitations & The Future (Part 4 of 9)

Posted by Carrie RobbinsMonday, June 6, 2011, 19:59 pm 3 Comments
This is part 4 of a 9 part series by Carrie Robbins, a recent Master’s Degree recipient who did her thesis on Mobilizing Market Research: The state-of-the-art, future evolution and implications of mobile data collection methods in the field of market research. In this one, we're getting into the meat of the matter; what are some of the current limitations of the mobile model and what does the future hold for us as we overcome these limits. Many thought leaders participated in giving Carrie their views and I think you'll find it very informative.
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Mobilizing Market Research: Benefits & Current Uses (Part 3 of 9)

Posted by Carrie RobbinsMonday, May 30, 2011, 20:18 pm 2 Comments
The experts believe that the benefits of mobile research include further engaging participants, as well as providing them with increased convenience. Sabine Stork, Senior Partner and Owner of market research firm Thinktank http://www.thinktank.uk.com/, explains, “One of the big upsides of mobile is that you get...unmediated insight into people’s lives...you’re handing over the tools and its kind of empowering I suppose to some extent.” Stork describes it as ‘democratizing marketing’, and Murphy agrees that it enhances consumers’ control over their relationship with a brand.
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Mobilizing Market Research: Industry Insights (Part 2 of a 9 Part Series)

Posted by Carrie RobbinsMonday, May 23, 2011, 21:48 pm 4 Comments
The background research on mobile methods, detailing the benefits and uses as well as the limitations, give a good indication of why proponents of mobile research urge others to adopt it. Surveys of market research firms have quantified what the industry thinks of this new method (Macer & Wilson, 2009a ; 2009b ; 2011 and Murphy 2011 ), but a more in-depth, qualitative understanding of what leading experts think about the topic could be useful to supplement these numbers. This qualitative approach offers insight into when and how mobile methods can best be leveraged, going beyond the numbers to take an in-depth look into the mobile market research landscape.
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