Client X and Travel Academy joined efforts in improving the service in the Bulgarian travel agencies
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05 Jan 2017
Edward Appleton from Happy Thinking People asks the following question: Where should you start on the Insights Quest in a world where the qual-quant boundaries are blurring? Read further to learn where to place the qualitative data collection methods when planning a marketing research project.
14 Dec 2016
Deliberately distracting survey participants isn’t generally good research practice. And people investigating shopper behaviour don’t often start by spraying a store with perfume But these are a couple of the techniques we’ve been using at BrainJuicer to overcome one of modern marketing’s greatest – and most stimulating – challenges: making market research reflect what psychologists now know about how people really make decisions.
01 Jun 2016
Michael Lieberman, President of Multivariate Solutions, a market research and political consulting firm in the USA, explains what counterintuitive marketing is and provides several examples.
08 Dec 2015
As technology continues to develop at a rapid pace, an ever-growing number of customer feedback opportunities are within reach of the majority of businesses. In the age of Big Data, it’s become commonplace for businesses to glean real-time information about the experience of their customers electronically.
However, while Big Data may have earned recognition for helping operators gauge overall brand health, the critical micro-data feed is increasingly in danger of being overlooked.
06 Nov 2015
Questioning ordinary people’s contribution to marketing is akin to Pussy Riot challenging Putin’s rule in a church – it’s heresy. Yet neuropsychology, behavioural economics and more recently Byron Sharp suggest that our notion of consumer-centricity and what it means to ‘listen’ to people are based on a naïve concept of human beings and the world we live in.
01 Oct 2015
We’ve come a long way in the practice of survey research in terms of understanding and managing sources of error such as scale usage bias, but an accumulation of research into the unobservable cognitive processes that come into play when respondents answer survey questions shows that crafting survey questions that reliably elicit the information we think we are asking for is no easy matter. In fact, the survey question may be the weakest link in the chain of components that comprise the typical quantitative market research study.
09 Sep 2015
Every contact point a researcher gets with a consumer represents a huge opportunity to explore and discover new consumer truths. Yet at the same time it is getting increasingly difficult to maximise the moments of engagement with the growing breed of disengaged consumers. Living in an age of instant gratification and unbridled hedonism conventional market research is seen by the man on the street as excruciatingly boring.
29 Mar 2015