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January 9, 2019

Today on RBDR: Burtch Works’ sixth annual marketing research salary study demonstrates spirited activity in client research departments’ battle for research talent. (Link to get your copy of this report:

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Microsoft buys LinkedIn. Nielsen Neuroscience adds Video Ad Explorer. (RBDR 06.15.2016)

Today on RBDR:

1) Microsoft has purchased the social media network for professionals, LinkedIn, for $26.2 billion. What social media deal could come next?

2) Nielsen Consumer Neuroscience introduces Video Ad Explorer, which is said to provide advertisers with a new research tool from which to develop more powerful and effective advertising.

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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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How to make LinkedIn more valuable. What focus groups are not for. (RBDR 8.3.2015)

Today: 1) Two esteemed academics suggest multiple ways that LinkedIn could make its data even more worthwhile for business and research purposes. 2) Focus groups have questionable value for brand choices and color, look and tagline because it is more important to think in terms of standing out on the shelf than consumer preferences.

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Customer centricity: what Comcast must do. Social media bias exposed.(RBDR 6.30.2015)

Today on RBDR: 1) Pointed suggestions and recommendation from a call center expert about the steps Comcast must take in order to ensure its customer centricity initiative is more than rhetoric. 2) A Northwestern University study points out specific biases inherent in the use of social media data.

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