NYT, CBS 1st to do non-prob polling; JD Power to enter Auto HOF; Twitter MR tool (RBDR 7/30/2014)

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Today on RBDR: 1) The first major news organizations adopt non-probability sampling sample for polling. YouGov is the sample provider; New York Times & CBS News are the users. 2) J.D. Power III is accepting congratulations for his election to the Automotive Hall of Fame. 3) Twitter is about to launch a research tool that helps brands analyze key words from conversations during a one-week period. 4) RBDR’s report about Canvas Fingerprinting Web tracking proved to have some holes. It is basically only workable on smaller websites and it is blockable.

Mktg MUST CHANGE its media ways; U.S. MR recovery continues (RBDR 7/29/2014)

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Today on RBDR: 1) The world’s oldest research agency has changed its name. 2) MRA’s latest Research Industry Index shows continuing progress in the U.S. market research industry’s recovery from the Great Recession. 3) Northwestern Professor Emeritus Don Schultz blogs about how badly marketers need to finally cut the cord from their ways of the past.

CER low impact; Big Data In-patient MR; FDA continuing Mini-Sentinel? (PRVR–7/28-31/2014)

This week on Pharma Research VIDEO Report:
1) Experts agree the promise of comparative effectiveness research is having very little impact on healthcare decision making. 2) Dr. David Bates researched Big Data algorithms that he says can positively impact the expenditures on low-hanging fruit with in-patients. 3) The FDA must make a decision on whether or not to continue Mini-Sentinel, a program that queries 18 health plan and insurance partners about patient records that can show adverse events.

World Cup depressed MR; Marketers reveal rest of 2014 plans for MR (RBDR–7/28/2014)

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Today on RBDR: 1) Ipsos’s first half of 2014 financials are very disappointing, and the reasons for them are important and valuable for other market researchers. 2) Marketers attending Incite Summit: West in San Francisco share their plans for priorities in the remaining months of 2014.

Making analytics a game changer; Improving online communities (RBDR 7/24/2014)

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Making news on RBDR today: 1) A study from a marketing technology and targeting firm reports surprising merits from use of mobile ad clicks. 2) Corporations are devoting intense time and financial commitment to analytics, according to many experts, however their ability to figure out how to generate valuable information from it is falling way short. 3) KL communications’ EVP Business Development Sean Holbert tells RBDR that online community work is unnecessarily stuck in conducting branded community activities.

Personal devices hurt mktg, MR effort; New Web tracker: “Canvass Fingerprints” (RBDR–7/23/2014)

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Making news on RBDR today: 1) A Yahoo Canada-inspired study says that consumers’ intensive use of hi-tech devices like cell phones, tablet, PCs and more to store their personal information is damaging marketing and MR efforts. 2) Normal brand marketing communications and consumer messaging relies on tapping into different human emotions than similar work conducted to build sustainable messaging. 3) Few individuals like cookies; now they need to pay attention to “Canvass Fingerprints,” the latest Web tracking tool.

Big Share draws mktg & finance together; How CMOs should change (RBDR–7/22/14)

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Making news on RBDR today: 1) MarketShare co-founder and CEO Wes Nichols notes four prominent U.S. corporations who prove his contention that sharing Big Data is driving marketing and finance departments together. 2) A Vivaldi Partners Group study of 50 CMOS on three continents concludes that the Chief Marketing Officer role needs to back off and allow talented individuals working in departments underneath them to play their trade and exert their expert influence.

No consensus on mktg data priority; Mkters can’t close loop on consumers (RBDR–7/21/2014)

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Making news on RBDR today: 1) An Incite Marketing & Communications study of marketers and their data priorities reveals four important points of view and, more importantly, no consensus. 2) In the UK, second quarter marketing spending was up even as spending on MR was down. 3) University of Maryland Professor Roland Rust points out that marketers are adept at collecting customer data, but they are noticeably deficient in conducting real-time marketing activity. That will continue for some time.

TNS’ 48-hour concept evaluator; Honomichl Top 50 becomes “Gold Top 50″ (RBDR–7/17/2014)

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Today: 1) TNS’ eValuate Express can reportedly assess the positive or cannibalizing impact of an innovation in as little as 48 hours. 2) Inside Research’s 36-year Honomichl Top 50 has a new
moniker, the Gold Top 50. 3) Facebook and Nielsen Media are expanding their TV viewing monitoring work, adding mobile phone and tablet TV viewing. 4) Strata’s study of individual’s attitudes towards video advertising found a pronounced difference of opinion about the intrusiveness of targeted advertising.

Germany’s World Cup Big Data edge; 27 DMAs band together into Global DMA (RBDR–7/16/2014)

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Today: 1) Germany’s winning World Cup squad seems to have an edge, a Big Data edge, provided by the “Match Insights” tool which delivered player and team metrics/tendencies. 2) 27 direct marketing associations from all over the world have banded together to form the Global Direct Marketing Association. 3) The UK’s Marketing Research Association has launched a sugging and frugging hotline that can be used by organization and individuals to report that sort of abusive behavior.

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