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Research papers

Building an online rural panel in an offline market

The paper relates the story of building an online rural panel in Malaysia, an emerging market with low Internet penetration. Until now, tapping the rural mind has been a time consuming, costly and unreliable business; but we can't do without those...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2007
Authors: Sandra van Hellemond, Hubertien Koopman
March 12, 2007

Research papers

A powerful mix

The objective of this paper is to introduce an innovative methodology for propagating audience data in a consumer panel in order to build a 'single source' and to measure advertising efficiency.

Catalogue: WM3 2007
Authors: Jean-Luc Stehlé, Laurent Battais
June 3, 2007

Research papers

Utilising continuous panels for qualitative research (Spanish)

This paper describes the methodology involved in what we have called the "Continuous Qualitative Panel". The tool is a result of the combination of different research techniques, such as individual interviews, group sessions, consumer panels, market...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1994: Success Through Adaptation
Authors: Eduardo Garcia, Roberto Castro
September 1, 1994

Research papers

Learning more about planning for marketing efficiency

Starting with a discussion of two analyses from a recently published multibrand study, this paper argues that such work could help us learn much more about the effects of different marketing and planning decisions. The paper outlines a proposal which...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2003: Media Mix
Author: Alan Smith
June 18, 2003

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Two major issues facing television audience research are the requirement to measure fragmented audiences accurately and the demand for measures of return on investment. This paper outlines a new development using set top box data. With the help of...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Panel Research Conference 2005
Author: Julian Dobinson
April 17, 2005

Research papers

How many of your users are actually unique?

Currently used techniques of unique user measurement are seriously flawed. This paper introduces a novel method for estimating the number of unique users in site-centric cookie-based systems.The authors believe this method may have great practical...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2005: Outdoor/Out-of-Home
Authors: Magdalena Urbaska, Tomasz Fryderyk Urbanski
June 20, 2005

Research papers

Advanced techniques in panel and server data integration

The purpose of this paper is to define the principles, research methods, and techniques used in the integration of panel centric and server centric audience measurement data.Panel-based audience measurement and site-based page tagging both share the...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2005: Outdoor/Out-of-Home
Author: Richard W. Goosey
Company: Nielsen
June 20, 2005

Research papers

Response rates

This paper argues that truly active and fully beneficial panel management can only be achieved by identifying and exploring the various factors affecting response rates.Not only is a pragmatic approach to response rates the cornerstone of successful...

Catalogue: Panel Research 2006
Author: Andrei Postoaca
Company: Ipsos MRBI
October 8, 2006

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Benefits and challenges of multi-sourcing

Multi-sourcing, or using multiple sample providers to recruit respondents into a single survey, is becoming a necessity for large research agencies and panel companies alike.The paper discusses the results of a comparison study of nine US sample...

Catalogue: Panel Research 2006
Author: Olivier de Gaudemar
October 8, 2006