Gallup survey savaged; 9th annual best MR vendors report from MRCareer.com (RBDR–6/26/2014)

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Precision Opinion’s YouSay! mobile platform offers large domestic and international panels, along with a dynamic mobile survey platform that converts seamlessly to the screen size of smartphones and tablets — including IOs, Droid and Windows. In addition, the separate YouSay! app is generations above others in GeoFencing, Beacon Testing’s and Push Notifications. YouSay! is already designed to work with the release of IOs8 and offers the most competitive pricing around, including a “no-charge-per-complete” pricing structure.

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Today: 1) Gallup’s survey of influence of social media on American consumer purchases draws fire for age of the information and how evaluation was conducted. 2) MarketResearchCareer.com’s 9th Annual Survey of MR Professionals throws kudos at many different companies. 3) Pages views, unique visitors and clicks have been widely discredited as digital metrics, so two organizations have their own metric theories. Both are built on the premise of “time spent,” but that isn’t gathering full buy-in either.

New MR tools: Curalate & IBM/Genesys; Ginny Valentine awards (RBDR–6/25/2014)

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

Precision Opinion’s YouSay! mobile platform offers large domestic and international panels, along with a dynamic mobile survey platform that converts seamlessly to the screen size of smartphones and tablets — including IOs, Droid and Windows. In addition, the separate YouSay! app is generations above others in GeoFencing, Beacon Testing’s and Push Notifications. YouSay! is already designed to work with the release of IOs8 and offers the most competitive pricing around, including a “no-charge-per-complete” pricing structure.

Find out about it at http://www.yousaymobile.com.

Today: 1) Client and supplier market researchers’ attendance at IIEX in Atlanta demonstrates their intense interest in the 3Ts: new MR tools, techniques and technologies. 2) Curalate is helping marketers understand what visuals on social media sites like Instagram and Pinterest mean. 3) IBM and Genesys are partnering on a learning platform to transform understanding of customer experience. 4) The 3rd annual Ginny Valentine Awards for bravery in market research were announced last week.

Limited ’14 MR hiring is predicted; Corp’s data effectiveness limited (RBDR–6/24/2014)

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

Precision Opinion’s YouSay! mobile platform offers large domestic and international panels, along with a dynamic mobile survey platform that converts seamlessly to the screen size of smartphones and tablets — including IOs, Droid and Windows. In addition, the separate YouSay! app is generations above others in GeoFencing, Beacon Testing’s and Push Notifications. YouSay! is already designed to work with the release of IOs8 and offers the most competitive pricing around, including a “no-charge-per-complete” pricing structure.

Find out about it at http://www.yousaymobile.com.

Today: 1) 12% of marketing and advertising agencies will be hiring during the second half of 2014, but only 10% of them plan to hire market researchers. 2) Corporations in Europe and the U.S. admit their priority with data is avoiding a data breach versus its use to effectively build key elements of the business. 3) The Democratic nominee for Lieutenant Governor in Iowa this fall is the former founder and President of an Iowa market research agency.

Client MR attitude, behavior re new MR tools has changed (RBDR–6/23/2014)

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

Precision Opinion’s YouSay! mobile platform offers large domestic and international panels, along with a dynamic mobile survey platform that converts seamlessly to the screen size of smartphones and tablets — including IOs, Droid and Windows. In addition, the separate YouSay! app is generations above others in GeoFencing, Beacon Testing’s and Push Notifications. YouSay! is already designed to work with the release of IOs8 and offers the most competitive pricing around, including a “no-charge-per-complete” pricing structure.

Find out about it at http://www.yousaymobile.com.

Today: 1) RBDR congratulates Gayle Fuguitt on her election to the MRC Hall of Fame. 2) A review of the Innovation Insights Exchange conference in Atlanta last week from the vantage point of MR innovation adoption by client market research departments. 3) Eric Cantor’s stunning primary loss left a number of pollsters unnerved about how pre-primary polling was so far off.

Mobile mkters leverage metrics better; Toluna’s Haney on mobile MR (RBDR–5/30/2014)

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

Today: 1) Ifbyphone’s “2014 State of Marketing Measurement” survey shows marketers who are deeply into mobile marketing are leading the way in leveraging marketing metrics. 2) Toluna SVP Product Marketing Carol Haney shares unique insights about the unique and worthwhile uses of mobile research.

Today’s RBDR link “in the cloud”: https://cloud.real.com/s/ZERfyQ

CMOs & Procurement not friends; Unilever Foundry attempts to fast-track (RBDR–5/29/2014)

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

Today: 1) Italian technology company Taggalo is finalizing beta testing of its outdoor digital media measurement system, which it plans to launch in July. 2) CMOs are making friends with many important internal departments, but not procurement–to marketing’s detriment. 3) The Unilever Foundry is supposed to engage Unilever faster, easier and better with budding innovative marketing and media startups.

And here is the link to today’s RBDR “in the cloud”:

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

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

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.

Today’s “Cloud” link: https://cloud.real.com/s/oNvraQ

NPs need to hear from “Harbingers of Failure;” Styring on social media & MR (RBDR 5 27 2014

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

Today: 1) New Product marketing needs to look beyond “influencers.” Kellogg School of Management’s Eric Anderson and three colleagues reveal a study that recommends tapping into “harbingers of failure.” 2) InsightFarm’s Kelley Styring shares her thoughts about the place social media has in market research.

This RBDR’s “cloud link”: https://cloud.real.com/s/nCG9vQ

“Big Bets” key Kraft NP success; Survey gets US Supreme Ct attention (RBDR–4/24/2014)

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Today: 1) New product failures led Kraft Foods to reinvent its innovation philosophies. It was explained by VP Innovation Breakthroughs Barry Calpino as strongly driven by major dollar investments behind high-potential products. 2) The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments from Pom Wonderful in its product labeling lawsuit against Minute Maid and its pomegranate juice brand, and the plaintiff’s survey of what consumers could comprehend about juice content from package labeling became a major discussion point. 3) MoveMR is a new mobile qualitative MR firm with several innovative mobile research focuses, which is a case in point for why it received RBDR coverage and how you can achieve this, too.

Free NP trial essential; Survey argument at Apple-Samsung trial (RBDR–4/23/2014)

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

Today: 1) The Tribe marketing agency finds consumers’ growing interest in “try-it-before-you-buy-it.” 2) Apple’s second trial alleging Samsung patent infringement was dominated late last week by arguments over the meaning of an Apple expert witness’ survey. 3) This summer will mark an important milestone for mobile viewership measurement as comScore and Nielsen compete with the first options.

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