Posts Tagged ‘sampling issues’

Market Research: It’s Time To Put Up Or Shut Up

Posted by JD DeitchTuesday, December 8, 2015, 8:15 am 5 Comments
In the modern era, concerns about panel quality are hardly new. But they are now boiling over into the public domain.
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The Dangers Of Assuming The Status Quo Is Right

Posted by Ray PoynterTuesday, July 31, 2012, 7:47 am 8 Comments
Research is on the edge of a revolution in the way it conducts its business. Key changes include: research communities, mobile devices, social media, and Big Data. Research needs to work out what these new strands can add to the mix, rather than trying to fit them to some hypothetical and outdated model of what research is and how it should be evaluated.
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