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reaching and engaging survey participants

Reaching and Engaging Survey Participants

Successfully reaching and engaging survey participants today presents unique challenges and opportunities. The origins of market research are rooted in convenience – sampling based on street interviews. The first market researchers stood on the streets and asked people passing by what they thought about the topic at hand. While this was effective at starting to

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insights industry buzz topics 2022

What’s Trending in the Insights Industry

The 2022 GreenBook Research Industry Trends (GRIT) Report highlights the evolving nature of insights organizations and the role of insights professionals. While last year’s report focused heavily on COVID-19 implications, this year’s report demonstrates the need to put more emphasis on customer satisfaction and loyalty, attitudes and opinions, and brand tracking. The GRIT Report is based on

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how to do nostalgia marketing

How To Get Nostalgia Marketing Right

Nostalgia marketing aims to connect your brand with feelings of comfort and security associated with positive memories of the past. Market research combined with emotion research can help your brand successfully accomplish this. Nostalgia can be a great brand journey. That warm feeling that makes you smile as you recall your favorite memories evokes a

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Focus Groups in Product Concept Evaluation

Focus Groups in Product Concept Evaluation

How do you best obtain feedback from key users and decision makers that provide independent insights and constructive suggestions? Focus groups work to show what exactly these individuals are thinking. When your company is considering launching a new product, what critical information is needed? Focus group discussions can be a great way to start product

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cognitive bias in market research

Here’s Why You’re Wrong: A Look at Cognitive Bias in Market Research

When combatting cognitive bias in market research, it is beneficial to look at tools within intelligence analysis, particularly the Analysis of Competing Hypotheses Analysis has a fundamental problem, and that problem is us. Humans aren’t naturally good at it. Cognitive biases are a natural part of our thinking, and no one can avoid them. Humans

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