Market Research Archive
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Do big tech changes mean big market research changes?
The MIT Technology Review recently published “Breakthrough Technologies 2015,” a fun and inspiring list, including some items with market research implications. Let’s take a quick look at that subset,
So many great market research articles, so little time.
It is hard to keep up with all of the great market research articles that get published. That’s why I am happy to share a compilation of article synopses.
We have compiled our top 10 articles from our blog for your convenience. The topics range from a fun look at innovation in, “Is Your Market Research the Functional Equivalent of an iToaster,” to practical tips such
Whether you’re a beginner or a pro when it comes to market research, there will always be unfamiliar terms—especially as technology continues to evolve. Thankfully, there are many online glossaries to help you when you’re stuck.
I’ve been reading a lot of predictions for market research—the typical pontification we see at this time of the year. Some of it has been very inspiring, but too many just rehash the obvious.
Personally, I think there
End of year can be a surprisingly busy time for market researchers. Some clients have “left over” budget they need to spend. Others are trying to get a head start on 2015. And then you get a
data, different statistical methods and models can give different readings. Gray states, “Causation requires correlation of some kind but correlation and causation are not the same.”
When looking at probabilities and categories, Gray cautions the researcher to,