Content-based research (Spanish)

Date of publication: April 9, 2019

Catalogue: Latin America 2019

Abstract:

The objective of this work is to describe the four stages to create a successful digital laboratory, which allows, for example, testing territories of communication in social networks. This would mean that it is possible to pre-test the content of a brand anonymously, shielding it from negative comments and fostering a positive dialogue between brands and users. It should be noted that this document was written by the director of this methodology, who has theorised and implemented content-based research methodologies over the last three years. The paper dictates the best practices of content-based research. It is also the author’s reflection of the theory and practice obtained by the constant implementation and monitoring of digital laboratories.

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