Pollsters Explain Election 2016 Inaccuracy | RBDR

November 14th, 2016. Today on RBDR:

A litany of many of the best pollsters state their leading reasons for the polling industry’s inaccurate predictions for the U.S. presidential election.

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Market Research a Top Innovation Area | RBDR

Monday November 7th, 2016. Today on RBDR:

1) Marketing and Market Research, grouped together, are perceived as one of the leading business categories that are ripe for innovation.
2) An update on what Donald Trump owes his pollster, Tony Fabrizio, shows he actually owes more than the $767,000 previously reported.

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Influencers brands hate dealing with. Native Apps may help mobile surveys. (RBDR 07.20.2016)

Today on RBDR:

1) Detailing the four types of online influencers that brands supposedly hate to deal with.

2) There are signs that online surveys on smartphones are running a rocky course, but MFour Mobile Research’s Chris St. Hilaire says there is a practical solution: Native Apps.

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AAPOR Highlights. PMRG & MRII new research tech. (RBDR 05.17.2016)

Today on RBDR:

1)Three highlights from AAPOR’s 71st Annual conference this past weekend.

2) PMRG and MRII agree to jointly investigate “how” new research technologies are impacting client and supplier market researcher careers.

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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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