At the 10th Annual MSMR Insights Conference in Arlington, Texas, Casey Bernard of Nimble MR presented on using the power of podcasts for research. Half of US homes are podcast fans. Approximately 30 companies in the S&P 500 are using podcast for internal communications. “In a sense, I’m painting something but I’m not holding the […]
How the trends impacting market research are beginning to define the future of market research and its evolution through technology.
At the Quirks Event in Chicago, Andrew Grenville of Maru / Matchbox shared research on research from his book The Insights Revolution: Questioning Everything. How we interact with each other keeps evolving. Andrew started in the industry doing face-to-face interviews with paper questionnaires, before adapting the questionnaires to phone research, then to the web, and […]
At the Quirks Event in Chicago, David Liss of Bleacher Report and Jillian Kramer of Ypulse discussed using a segmentation study to inform advertising and content development for B/R Kicks. While Bleacher Report aims to be the best combination of sports and sports culture for the next generation of sports fans, B/R Kicks focuses on […]
At the Quirks Event in Chicago, FocusVision’s Zoe Dowling, Ph.D., SVP research, and Dawn Colossi, CMO, shared their experiences over the past year coming at common problems from the perspectives of marketing and research. Dawn’s background was in backup and recovery technology before moving to MR software. At an earlier company, campaigns weren’t converting and […]
Tips on what every research report writer needs to know and how to make a research report effective.
The new Principles Express online course Qualitative Market Research is perfect for novices looking for a solid background in how to conduct and evaluate qualitative research. Authored by Jeff Walkowski, a specialist in online qual and the principal of QualCore.com Inc., the course is offered by the University of Georgia and Market Research Institute International […]
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 […]
Courses from the University of Georgia and Market Research Institute International (MRII) now have benefitted nearly 9,000 researchers in 104 countries ATHENS, Ga. – The Market Research Institute International, in cooperation with the University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education, expands its Principles Express line of courses, launching three new online courses to provide state-of-the-art […]
On June 10, 2018, the Mars rover Opportunity transmitted two values: tau = 10.8 power = 22 Doing what any good analyst does, a scientist at JPL immediately put these data points into context, looking at the overall trends: “The atmospheric opacity (tau) over the rover has increased to a record 10.8 on Sol 5111 […]