With missing data responses in market research analyses, learning what to do with that information can be crucial in the final results.
Often we’re asked to test ideas, claims, brand names, slogans, product packaging, etc. Sometimes it’s just a few, and sometimes 100 or more! If it’s just A vs. B, a simple choice question suffices: “Which do you prefer, A or B?” To test five different ideas, sometimes a ranking question does the trick: “Please rank […]
Traditionally, data collected for any purpose other than to meet the needs of a particular research study was called “secondary” data. However, the definition of secondary data is evolving. Advances in technology are giving researchers access to vast potential sources of data and information that push the boundary of that definition. Historically, market research has […]
The market moves at a blazing rate, and insights are needed quickly to inform decisions. While deep-dive reports are still necessary, the need to quickly share data-driven findings in an easily-digestible format has led to the surge in popularity of data visualization tools in the last few years. Now valued at $4.5 billion, the global […]
There has been a good deal of handwringing of late in the NewMR social media bubble about the Cambridge Analytica/Facebook imbroglio and its implications for MR. (If you don’t know what I’m talking about do some googling.) The general issue at play is one that the ESOMAR Professional Standards Committee (PSC) has been wrestling with […]
When I oversaw marketing for a cruise line, many years ago, one of the unique challenges that we faced, as I suspect it is for many CMOs, was the task of justifying the ROI on our marketing. We were an interesting company, among those in the travel space, in that our CEO and many of […]