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Posts Tagged ‘Serious games’

GRIT Sneak Peek: The Top Emerging Market Research Techniques

Posted by Leonard MurphyThursday, September 8, 2011, 10:11 am 7 Comments
It's that time again folks! Analysis and preparation for publishing the latest iteration of the GRIT report is just about complete. As usual, I am so excited about the great findings in the study that I just can't wait to share them with all of my colleagues in the industry, so here is another sneak peek at what we found out.
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Analysis & Predictions Regarding the Confirmit & Kantar Acquisitions

Posted by Leonard MurphyWednesday, September 7, 2011, 18:26 pm 2 Comments
The strategic consolidation trend in market research continues, with two interesting announcements today. The first was the news that online survey software giant Confirmit was acquiring mobile research pioneer Techneos. The second was that Kantar had acquired the long on the auction block GMI and was rolling them into their Lightspeed panel offering. Both make sense for a variety of reasons, and both are very telling about how Confirmit and Kantar read the future of the industry. I also will be so bold as to make a prediction for the next steps Confirmit and Kantar will make to build off of these acquisitions within the next six months. Let's look at each one.
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The Power of Play

Posted by Andrew JeavonsWednesday, August 31, 2011, 7:52 am 5 Comments
There is a lot of talk about “gamification” at the moment in Market Research circles. As well as the proponents there are quite a few detractors. They seem to see research as a “serious” subject not to be trivialized or polluted by “gamificiation”. The problem is that they fail to understand the power of games. They also fail to understand how fundamental games are to human thought. Far from being trivial, games are a fundamental necessity for us in our cognitive development.
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Gamification: Finally In Demo Mode?

Posted by Leonard MurphyWednesday, May 18, 2011, 11:40 am No Comments
Our content partners at ResearchAccess are doing a series of posts on the topic and I think they are leading up to something very interesting. Frequent contributor Romi Mahajan kicked things off with a post on why he thinks Gameization is Game-Changing:
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The Game Mechanics of Social Media

Posted by Jon PulestonFriday, May 6, 2011, 17:16 pm 5 Comments
I have been studying game theory deeply over the last few weeks in my quest to work out how to effectively gamify surveys and I have started to see game play mechanics embedded into all sort of activities. Just for a bit of fun, well as an invented game in-fact if you look at it this way, I tried to identify and compare the game play mechanics embedded into Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn to work out which was the best game.
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Join Us At The Gaming and NewMR – Online Event, 20 January 2011

Posted by Leonard MurphyWednesday, January 19, 2011, 12:48 pm No Comments

Gaming and NewMR – Online Event, 20 January 2011

The Gaming Event is an exploration of the context and opportunities created for market research by gaming. The Event has eight great speakers, each of whom will be adding a different …

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