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Brands Deserve Better

This paper introduces the nativity-based view (NBV), a new approach that drives targetingeffectiveness and media ROI with US Hispanics. It draws from a linear acculturation model anddeconstructs it. At its core, the NBV challenges the Hispanic...

Catalogue: Dynamic. Diverse. Digital
Author: Jake Beniflah
Company: The Center for Multicultural Science
June 20, 2022

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Meet the appfluencers

Snapchat, Instagram, Pokemon Go, Uber and Venmo are just few of the app brand launches of the past five years that have gobe on to become household names. Using the wide range of connected data at its disposal, YouGov set out to understand the most...

Catalogue: Big Data World 2017: Smart Data Integration
Author: Mark Jefford
Company: YouGov
November 9, 2017

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Adding "cell phone only" households in a radio measurement service

The authors present results from a study in which respondents were called on their cellular (mobile) phones to determine their levels of cellular dependence (e.g., cell-only or cell-casual users).Respondents were also asked to participate in...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2005: Radio
Authors: Ed Cohen, Barbara O'Hare, Anna Fleeman
Company: Nielsen
June 21, 2005

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Changing equity of brand labels: The U.S. perspective

This paper provides a perspective on private labels in the United States. The growing deal-mindedness of American consumers as well as a surge in their aspirations may result in another leap forward for private labels.

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 2003: Management, Accountability and Research
Author: Edward B. Keller
September 14, 2003

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This paper shows evidence that reach and frequency estimates used for print planning in the United States are likely flawed. Cumulative net reach appears significantly understated (and frequency is overstated) for magazines that distribute a high...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2002: Print
Author: Barbara L. Zack
June 13, 2002

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Media planning enters the 21st century

There are two parts to this paper. The first part describes the authors' use of market datasets (currency or other), their objective in preserving them and the resulting (and different) approaches taken in the United Kingdom and United States. The...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2002: Print
Authors: Melissa Heath, Lisa Rudman, Michelle Crellin
June 13, 2002

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Electronic measurement of magazine reading

Knowledge Networks has tested a new approach to market research in the United States by using a random-digidial sample for panel recruitment and equipping panel households with a device connecting their television sets to the Internet. This approach...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2002: Print
Author: Jay Mattlin
June 13, 2002

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Heuristic algorithms as a basis for intelligent meters

The author has conducted analyses of viewing patterns among respondents within households in a test panel of peoplemeter households in the United States, investigating how predictable and habitual viewing behavior is within a household. Pattern...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2002: Television
Author: Paul J. Donato
Company: Nielsen
June 9, 2002

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The MRC minimum standards

This paper explains the use of the MRC (Media Rating Council) Minimum Standards as evaluation criteria for different types of media measurement including the special consideration given before using them for site centric measurement.

Catalogue: ESOMAR Conference Worldwide Online Measurement 2001
Authors: George Ivie, Nick Terlizzi
Company: Ernst and Young Services Pty Ltd
June 1, 2001