Misinterpreting Social Media | RBDR

June 27, 2017. Today on RBDR:

1) ARF’s Audience Measurement Conference discusses what marketers need to comprehend about the information collected from social media.

2) A study from University of California San Francisco says online recruitment for crowdsourcing is besieged by under- and over-representation of important demographic groups.

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The necessity of an online impression. A word on Gayle Fuguitt’s ARF departure. (RBDR 08.01.2016)

Today on RBDR:

1) GetApp’s new research shows that to make the needed impression online, a company must have effective social media activity. It’s twice as important as mobile friendliness.

2) RBDR Producer Bob Lederer has a brief comment concerning ARF President Gayle Fuguitt’s decision to leave the association this October.

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Interview with ARF’s Gayle Fuguitt on 2016 ARF Audience Measurement Conference. (RBDR 06.13.2016)

Today on RBDR:

If you are in New York for the 2016 ARF Audience Measurement Conference, here is some of what you will be focused on through Tuesday. If you can not make it, ARF President Gayle Fuguitt tells RBDR the key issues in media research to be tackled.

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Bill Harvey on ARF Re!Think 2016 Highlights. (RBDR 03.17.2016)

Today on RBDR: Media research guru and ARF “Erwin Ephron Award” winner Bill Harvey explains the high points and most relevant insights that came out of the ARF 2016 ReThink Conference.

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ARF’s Gayle Fuguitt: “How Advertising Works” study. (RBDR 03.16.2016)

Today on RBDR:

Advertising Research Foundation (ARF) President Gayle Fuguitt explains the most important findings from its “How Advertising Works” study. The project was announced at ARF’s Annual Re!Think Conference in New York on March 14.

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