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Video Responses “Humanize” Research Results & Drive Organizational Impact

Open ended questions (OEs) are a very useful tool in the research industry. These questions begin with “how” or “what” and do not restrict responses to “yes” or “no” or a closed set of specific options. Rather, they…

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TMRE 2016 Reflections

Judging by titles and content you might come away from October’s TMRE (The Market Research Event) 2016 Conference with a perception that we market researchers still aren’t being heard…

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Using Graphic-Based Video for Reporting Impact

(By Patricia Houston, VP – Client Relationships) Videos are a natural complement, or substitute, for traditionally reported qualitative results. But graphic-based video can also add value and impact to quantitative studies…

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Summer Newsletter

Read our POV on relevancy of focus group (spoiler: we don’t think they are going away!), case studies covering in-person concept testing with a quant then qual approach and mobile qualitative, and debunk myths about rewards programs…

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Focus Groups Still Relevant – Except When They’re Not

(By Walter Blotkamp, VP – Client Relationships) Many years ago, an excellent marketing colleague returned from a class and told me we needed to do a discrete choice study. When I asked him what topic he had in mind, he said “none” – just that we should…

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In Person Concept Testing: Quant + Qual Sample Optimization

While much of concept testing is appropriately done remotely online, certain products require sensory interaction – taste, feel, perhaps minor use, or a close look at design elements — to be properly tested…

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Mobile Qual: Enabling In-The-Moment Evaluation

Connecting with customers in the moment is a trending development in the research industry that leverages smartphones to discover location-based data more efficiently…

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Innovation MMR: Efficiencies with QIQ

True Product/Service innovation is one of the most challenging of Marketing issues. One MMR client recently asked MMR to help them revise their program…