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June 11, 2020

Today on RBDR: Engine Insights Managing Director David Albert compares B2B and B2C project work across varied business categories during the Coronavirus crisis. He also spotlights more intense consumer interest and appreciation for brands which probe to learn more about their relationships with their users.

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February 21, 2018. Today on RBDR:

Vision Critical CEO Scott Miller blogs about how businesses transforming their marketing into an entirely customer focus is changing research. He notes several major and positive data usage alterations by brands–and reaches important client research department and research agency conclusions about what is ahead.

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Twitter tells gov’ts ‘no’ to Dataminr. 5 market adaptability tips. (RBDR 05.11.2016)

Today on RBDR:

1) Twitter announces that it will not allow government agencies to use Dataminr, a privately-owned social media data analytics platform that it has a 5% stake in.

2) With the path that customers take in a state of constant change, Scott McFarland suggests five steps that marketers should follow to be effective against your prospects being bombarded with so many different types of marketing.

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Bob Hoffman on advertiser delusions. Facial/emotional recognition in video games. (RBDR 03.03.2016)

Today on RBDR:

1) Advertising expert Bob Hoffman outlines three delusions that advertisers have that are holding the industry back.

2) Affectiva incorporates its facial coding and emotion detection technologies into video games.

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Cambiar survey highlights MR developments. Facebook’s legal struggles with data. (RBDR 10.29.2015)

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Today on RBDR:

1) Cambiar’s 4th Annual Future of Research Survey tells some important things about the state of client research departments.

2) An overview of Facebook’s good and potentially bad legal experiences this week.

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