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How Disruptions are Born—and How It Applies to the Market Research Discipline

Posted by Greg HeistMonday, June 9, 2014, 7:08 am 1 Comment
As an industry, if our primary reason for being is to guide organizations toward smarter consumer-centric decisions, then our path to delivering that value is certain to evolve over time. We’re bound to see ebbs and flows—periods where fresh ideas will create a new trajectory to “jump the curve.”
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#IIeX Focus Series – Technology & Market Research 2014 (1 of 5): Mobile

Posted by Phil RanceTuesday, February 18, 2014, 12:19 pm 3 Comments
Ahead of the IIEX Europe conference in Amsterdam, I’ve tried to pull together my thoughts on where we are in use of technology in Market Research.
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Step 2: Surveys Aren’t Your Only Quantitative Data Source

Posted by Jason AndersonMonday, November 14, 2011, 19:55 pm 2 Comments
Rather than grow larger and larger panels with dozens of profiling questions repeated over and over, perhaps we should find new ways of identifying qualified participants. With some very basic filtering and analysis of my customer database, for example, I can reach response rates in excess of 30%. By targeting followers of relevant brands on Twitter, I can do the same in those cases where I need to reach outside my CRM system.
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