Online Shoppers Say Feedback Goes Unanswered | RBDR

June 14, 2017. Today on RBDR:

1) Qualtrics’ study says online shoppers believe their feedback doesn’t reach anyone who can bring about change.

2) A report from BellingCat.com explains who Russia attempted to influence the Dutch and French elections through phony polling. Find this original story by clicking here.

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Google Argument for Tracking: Advertisers Need It | RBDR

June 13, 2017. Today on RBDR:

1) Google wins acclaim for adding an ad blocker in its new browser, but is criticized for continued user tracking.
2) Facebook presents research proof that TV users in significant percentages (and numbers) turn their attention to Facebook whenever a commercial appears on a TV program.

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Twitter’s internal 2nd screen study. Is mobile becoming “1st Screen”? (RBDR 4.16.2015)

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Today on RBDR:
1) Twitter shares some key interaction insights with television viewing, notably that there is significantly better engagement.
2) MIPTV meeting in Cannes last weekend emphasizes the growing dominance of mobile in television viewing.
3) Paley Center for Media meeting in Los Angeles points out Nielsen’s current inability to collect TV viewing on PCs, tablets, laptops and similar non-TV vehicles.
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Forrester advice. WOM bests social. Facebook content public. (RBDR 3.12.2015)

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Today on RBDR: 1) Forrester Research VP Carl Doty advises companies to forego creation of Chief Data Officer or Chief Digital Officer positions. They are a distraction for what actually needs to happen inside the typical corporation. 2) Think social media is the most powerful influence on television viewing? Think again, says a University of Rochester Simon Business School study. It’s actually word of mouth. 3) Facebook is joining Twitter in making available information about what its members are talking about to marketers. 4) Candice Bennett is the latest researcher to enter the political arena.

2nd screen w/TV overstated; B2B internal data needs external help (RBDR–4/15/14)

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Today: 1) A Council for Research Excellence study says social media use in conjunction with TV is overstated. 2) Forrester Research’s new B2B study says using only internally-available data doesn’t get the job done for B2B marketers. 3) MarketResearch.com Managing Editor Ashlan Bonnell has two pieces of advice for market research vis-a-vis social media. (And you can download a marketresearch.com white paper on how to use social media with market research by clicking here: http://content.marketresearch.com/download-how-to-use-social-media-for-market-research-whitepaper)