MRx salaries. Insertable video q’s. Nielsen Twitter ratings add Facebook. (RBDR 01.21.2016)

Today on RBDR:

1) RBDR reviews the client and vendor salary results from Burtch Works’ Marketing Research Professionals study.

2) Voxpopme revolutionizes the field of open-ended questions with an app that allows insertion of this capability into standard surveys.

3) Nielsen is building upon its Twitter TV Ratings, which will shortly include Facebook and Instagram social media data.

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Denny’s MR figures out Millennials. Sticking point for dunnhumby buyers. (RBDR 9.16.2015)

Today on RBDR: 1) Burshek Research and Consulting explains research’s role in effecting a turnaround with Millennials and the nature market. 2) dunnhumby has been put up for sale by Tesco, but the giant UK supermarket chain is insisting as part of the deal that the new owner renegotiate terms with Tesco, provider of more than half of dunnhumby revenues, within 5 years.

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Facebook study’s flexible conclusions. Nielsen to buy dunnhumby? (RBDR 5.13.2015)

Today on RBDR: 1) Facebook’s new research project about its news links and their affiliation and impact with 10.1 million of its users appears to lead to different interpretations with each researcher that studies it. 2) LinkedIn is sharing its data with 11 groups in the next six months, looking for connections with the global economy and the job market. 3) SurveyMonkey names an interim CEO. 4) The Sunday Times in London claims that Nielsen is readying an offer to buy dunnhumby from Tesco.

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DunnHumby U.S. still for sale? MR-loving CMO a finalist for award. (RBDR 4.30.2015)

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Today on RBDR: 1) New research says consumers rely on 5 devices on the way to their purchases. 2) New details from Kroger’s acquisition from Tesco of its rights to continue to use DunnHumby analytics in the U.S. 3) One finalist in CMO of the Year competition is Rubbermaid Newell’s Richard Davies, who broke the mold for his position by “putting research in charge and emphasizing consumer insights.”