MarketingProfs Guest Post: The Changing Face of Feedback

Survey Innovation Series Part 1 It used to be that paper and postcard surveys were the way to go for gathering event feedback. The challenge with this approach? Receiving attendee feedback after the fact when the excitement has worn down and specific details are faded from memory. These days, thanks...read more

If I knew then what I know now - multi-channel surveys

What I knew then… I heard a statistic yesterday that the average smartphone user is never more than three feet away from their phone. I am not sure I find this good, bad or I'm just indifferent, but it does play into our need as consumer and B2B market researchers to expand our delivery options. The...read more

Many versus The One

Should you be looking at multiple channels for your research efforts? Single deployment channels such as online, paper, phone or mobile may no longer get you the quantity and quality of responses you need. A working definition of multi-channel research involves using two or more deployment...read more

What Was Missing at Content Marketing World (And 5 Content Suggestions)

What was missing from this week's Content Marketing World?  Data and Feedback Collection! I don't mean that they didn't collect feedback from attendees. They had a survey for every session in their mobile app. They incentived attendees to complete the surveys by gamifying them. Attendees were...read more

Let's Go Mobile!

I’m goin’ mobile as Pete Townsend once sang. The trend toward all things mobile continues to cruise down the highway unconcerned by high gas prices. Does this mean market research should follow along? I say so with a cautious yes! Why the caution you ask? When we go mobile we should do so with open...read more

The Transformation: Data to Insights

In the world of marketing, it’s common for reports to be swarming with data and benchmarks drawn from hundreds of different touch points like email, website, search, social, mobile, reviews, comments, and more. However, even with the plentiful amount of data we collect, insights are hard to develop....read more

Customer [Self] Service

Your cell phone can be used for just about everything these days, from paying bills or finding a place to eat, to ensuring you locked your front door - from the other side of the country. Can it also help strengthen your customer relationship management strategy? Erika Morphy at CRM Buyer wrote a...read more

Tracking Trends with Annual Studies

It is that time of year where the major annual project for my employer is about to be released to the masses. This annual study focuses on skills, training, and certification in the IT space, although this year questions were included for non-technical professionals. It is decidely a B2B marketing...read more

Revisited: The 6 Steps of the Market Research Process

A few years ago, I wrote a post titled, Market Research Process: 6 Steps to Project Success. It's one of those posts that is constantly one of the most viewed posts on the blog. Because it's one of the most popular posts of all time, I think it's time to give it a refresh. So for our first Throwback...read more

Surveys Are Not Just for Marketing Anymore

Most of my posts have centered on marketing research or the use of survey techniques to measure marketing phenomena. However, survey research has applications well beyond the measure of customer satisfaction, brand awareness or even employee relations. The use of surveys to gather opinions, usage...read more
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