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New multimedia-based methods of marketing research for the publishing industry

This paper discusses the use of ‘simulation technology' (multimedia simulation systems) in marketing research for the publishing industry it starts from an investigation of the concept and the essential features of simulation and shows how...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/FIPP Conference 1999: Strategic Publishing
Authors: Kenneth Tobyn, Bruno Patierno
Company: SCENARI SRL
June 15, 1999

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Txt msg surveys

In order to test test how SMS might best be utilised for data collection, SKOPOS and SPSS have conducted a research experiment that compares and contrasts the new mobile media against the evermore-accepted online method, as well as against the more...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Technovate Conference 2003
Authors: Darren Noyce, Mario Menti, Olaf Hofmann
Company: SKOPOS
January 26, 2003

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Ads that click

Advertising pre-testing is the process where the potential of an ad is determined in terms of its ability to reach its intended target audience with a brand-recognized message and garner the appropriate response (short term persuasion and/or building...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Conference 2004: Technovate 2
Author: Indivar Kushari
Company: Ipsos MRBI
February 1, 2004

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Hunting B2B technology innovations

Developing innovative applications for existing data sources and techniques is the hallmark of good research organizations. Researchers and strategists optimize their investment in data and methodological expertise when they effectively repurpose...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 2004: Integrating Marketing Research in Business
Authors: R. Scott Evans, Anne P. Bartlett
September 19, 2004

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The transferability of rating scale techniques to an African population

The purpose of the study was to select the most appropriate scale for the measurement of Africans' satisfaction with their transport services . Four types of scale (verbal, numerical, visual and graphic) were selected. Two types of each of these...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1980: Taking Stock
Authors: Nesta Morris, Pat van der Reis
September 1, 1980

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Developing an international advertising strategy for Johnnie Walker red label

The paper describes the preliminary research carried out and the thinking that prompted it. It goes on to discuss, specifically, the evolution of an advertising 'matrix' for use on a global marketing basis and how one element of it, the famous...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1986: Anticipation And Decision Making
Author: Monika Bhaduri
Company: Burke, Inc.
June 15, 1986

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Improving the profitable use of continuous research

It is probably relatively easy to assess the need for such information when it is only used in-house, but how does an organisation which provides a service to the public at large assess the value of the research it disseminates? This question arose...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1981: Research For Profitability
Author: Mary Bartram
August 1, 1981

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Making market segmentation studies more useful

The paper is based on experience in design, interpretation and application of five market segmentation studies for consumer products using samples of 600 to 2000 respondents in West Germany and Argentina and research into variables particularly in...

Catalogue: Seminar 1982: Classifying Consumers
Author: Gerhard Kleining
June 15, 1982

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Repositioning a brand to include the service element

This paper is designed to demonstrate the contribution of a major research programme on decisions about national and local communications policies as well as on the organization of field operations. The paper is subdivided in four parts. Part I...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/JMA/ARF Conference 1988: Innovation In Marketing, Advertising And Research
Author: Dick Hage
June 15, 1988