Google’s Underestimated Data Collection Interests / RBDR

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March 28, 2019

Today on RBDR: Reality: Google’s business model is not just a dedicated social media juggernaut concentrating on financial benefit from online advertising. It has a largely overlooked focus on collecting individual’s personal data and behavior from Google search, YouTube, other services and, later this year, Stadia. So reported Omar Oakes, a Tech Editor for Campaign Magazine.

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Data Visualizing Social Media Companies

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November 26, 2018. Today on RBDR:

Multivariate Solutions’ President Michael Lieberman points out new data visualization options, including a “solar system” mapping of use of favored social media websites.

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Recommendations for Better Surveys: Short, with Open Ends | RBDR

March 1, 2017. Today on RBDR:

1) Google approves of a MRC audit of how YouTube metrics are collected and crunched.

2) Recommendations on how to maximize upgrades on surveys to collect the difference-making, actionable insights.

3) FCC approval of the 5MHz spectrum for mobile data should benefit research work across the U.S.

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Neuroscience: what researchers need to know. Internet audience growth overstated. (RBDR 05.03.2016)

Today on RBDR:

1) What’s really happening with Neuroscience that researchers need to understand and apply, from Ipsos’ Elissa Moses, who spends most of her time exploring and refining the area the area.

2) A new video advertising calculation from the Video Advertising Bureau suggests that Internet platform growth is not as large as it is believed to be (Read the story here).

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Super Bowl Research News (Better than the Game Itself!) (RBDR–2/3/2014)

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Super Bowl 48 dominated MR news over the weekend, for good reasons: 100 million viewers and 40-plus commercials make it the king advertising event.

1) Touchstorm.com set up a “live leader board” for Super Bowl commercials, ranking views, “velocity,” likeability and conversions.
2) Google’s CBO had trouble containing the business’ excitement after a busy week for YouTube sharing millions of views of leaked Super Bowl ads.
3) A majority of Super Bowl ads were expected to boast hashtags instead of corporate links.
4) Twitter set up a Super Bowl “war room” for advertisers who wanted help responding to the most popular tweets about the game.
5) The NFL arranged for installation of mini transmitters throughout midtown Manhattan to send walking directions to hot Super Bowl locations. It could “change how brands market to their customers.”
6) RBDR News Notes inform about a noteworthy obituary in the industry and an important research industry job that is opening up.