One area of the marketing research discipline that cannot be emphasized enough is a certain power perhaps upstream of provocation, and that’s the power of emotions. We have studied the role emotions play in purchases of all kinds of purchases and strategic decisions — B2B and B2C alike — and the research shows that emotions are powerful drivers of action.
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Data quality control and data integrity practices are critical to ensure that a survey sample truly represents an accurate reflection of the opinions and perceptions of the proper respondent population. Here are “Three Ways to Avoid the Dreaded “Garbage Out” Result”…
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By Allie Holmes I recently attended the Quirk’s Chicago Event 2023, one of the premier industry conferences for marketing research and insights professionals, and one recurring theme in particular struck a chord for me. While the event was full of interesting and educational sessions, as is typical, the discussions around the importance and emergence of
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By Chelsea May Companies that embark on Predictive Path to Purchase studies often report some combination of increased confidence in their existing marketing strategies coupled with valuable, previously unconsidered insights that become extremely beneficial competitive advantages. For an in-depth explanation of why Predictive Path to Purchase studies are so important in the modern media landscape,