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.

FB’s “emotion contagion” study; P&G mktg reset; AURA supplier honors (RBDR–7/02/2014)

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Today on RBDR: 1) Facebook has angered a substantial portion of its members after disclosing a 2012 “emotional contagion” experiment or study that manipulated news content in order to assess whether week-long positive or negative news feeds altered the mood of those receiving them. 2) Procter & Gamble changed its internal marketing structure beginning July 1, converting marketing personnel to brand or associate brand directors. 3) AURA honored various supply-side research agency at its annual conference in London last week.

Facebook personal ad data options; Customer sat ≈ customer spending (RBDR–6/18/2014)

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Today: 1) Facebook has decided to provide its users with two new personal data options related to its serving of advertising. 2) An MIT Sloan Management Review says the relationship between customer satisfaction and customer loyalty is statistically significant but not as manageable as businesses might believe.

Facebook: social media focus group “Yes,” sales tool “No” (RBDR–5/28/14)

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Today: 1) A study shows Facebook engagement does not correlate with sales, however it can serve as a social media focus group. 2) Tobii Glass kicks off a mini marketing campaign to play up the qualities and capabilities of new Tobii Glass 2 units for in-store research.

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15-40% BETTER NP predictability; EU’s new STIFF search privacy rules (RBDR–5/15/2014)

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Today: 1) Facebook’s new Audience Insights tool for marketers may be turning its data into one of the market’s most comprehensive planning tools. 2) Notoriously unpredictable New Product forecasting can be improved by 15-40% by considering and tracking online buzz for a good period of time prior to the product launch. 3) Google and other search engines face a very stiff new privacy requirement in the European Union: following through on user requests to remove their personal dat from their search information.

Instagram’s amazing engagement going away; static ads best flashy ads (RBDR–5/6/2014)

Tuesday May 6 on RBDR, sponsored by Toluna (http://www.toluna-group.com), bringing people and brands together to improve decision making via the world’s largest social voting community.

1) Forrester Research says its study shows Instagram’s amazing user engagement, but states that is about to be watered down based on what it has been told about Facebook plans. 2) Can you believe that static advertising outperforms flashy, animated advertising? See and hear what Sticky discovered on behalf of Adblock Plus that led to this conclusion.

Engagement is situational; Can you target TOO strongly? (RBDR–4/29/2014)

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Today on RBDR: 1) Engagement is on every digital marketers’ mind, and two new studies shed light on the best social media platforms that achieve it. 2) Can a marketers target too strongly, Yes, says a study conducted by researchers at Dartmouth, the Wharton School at the University of PA and New York University–and they explain how and why it can occur.

VOC: don’t ask questions, “actively listen;” Teens DO Like Facebook! (RBDR–4/21/2014)

Sponsored by Precision Opinion (http://www.PrecisionOpinion.com), for phone, focus+ and online, the most trusted name in market research.

Plus, now with a mobile research division. Find out about it: http://www.mrweb.com/drno/news18877.htm

Today: 1) Market research needs to follow the advice the most consumers hear but don’t follow: become an active listener to tap into all the sources (new and old) of information available to the MR industry. 2) McMillion Research is using Experian Data Quality to ensure the quality of newly recruited research respondents. 3) Teens don’t like Facebook any more. It’s been a fact for months, except it’s not true. Edison Research’s Tom Webster explains how he knows.

uSamp collaboration goal: happy panelists (by helping them make money); Facebook’s quiet facial recognition technology; Fuguitt discusses her 1st ARF year with Bob Lederer (RBDR–3/24/2013)

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Today: 1) Keeping online panelists satisfied and looking for more participation is frequently centered around panelist interest in earning more money. uSamp’s “precedent-setting” collaboration with CrowdComputing Systems (CCS) will provide its 12-million online panelists the opportunity to make money– a little by answering a few CCS client-inspired questions, all the way up to potentially a lot by helping CCS customers document activity at a local store using their mobile phone.

2) Facebook’s quiet facial recognition technology, with accuracy as high as 97.25%, is being kept under wraps due to consumer concerns about the technology if used on Facebook.

3) Australia’s market research society, AMSRO, announces a trustmark seal that can be earned and flaunted by association members for exemplary privacy standards.

4) Gayle Fuguitt chairs her second ARF Annual Conference and speaks to RBDR’s Bob Lederer about her first year accomplishments

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