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Research papers

Understanding youth

Young consumers have always been a difficult audience to researchbecause first, they are difficult to reach using traditional researchmethods, and secondly, they are often not as expressive as adults incommunicating their opinions. This said, the...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Worldwide Advertising Conference 2000
Authors: John Geraci, Peter Silsbee, Sarah Fauth, Jennifer Campbell
Company: Harris Interactive (Europe)
November 1, 2000

Magazines

Research World (September 2007)

It is challenging to look at market research in this light and to inspect more closely how this sector performs in relation to comparable disciplines. Also to analyse which companies provide renewal and continually respond to changes in the market...

Catalogue: Research World 2007
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
September 1, 2007

Research papers

Web 2.0 market research

This article will investigate new interactive forms of the Internet in terms of their advantages and disadvantages for market research.Based on the hypothesis that within a group of active Web 2.0 protagonists and residents of virtual worlds the...

Catalogue: Panel Research 2007
Authors: Harald Markut, Otto Hellwig
Company: respondi
October 28, 2007

Research papers

Co-creating insights

Many brands over the years have talked the talk in terms of being a customer driven organisations, but this has often meant little more than brand teams attending a few customer immersion sessions and testing a few ideas in focus groups and through...

Catalogue: Consumer Insights 2009: The Pragmatic Approach
Authors: Andrew Needham, Philip McNaughton
Company: Face
February 11, 2009

Videos

Global language solutions for your virtual research

Going virtual with your research? Join Jill Bishop at Multilingual Connections as she discusses best practices in translation when conducting digital research across languages and cultures.

Catalogue: ESOMAR TV: North America & Europe at Home
Author: Jill Kushner Bishop
Company: Multilingual Connections
April 30, 2020

Webinars

Work remotely, not alone: How fast can you decentralise your knowledge?

Remote work has gone from cultural perk to the new reality. And while IT can quickly scale up tools like real-time video and chat, it's harder to implement new processes and tools for the asynchronous, spontaneous and agile work of teams usually...

Catalogue: Webinars 2020
Author: Thor Olof Philogène
Company: Stravito
May 12, 2020

Research papers

The science of engagement

How do consumers interact with different forms of news content online? How engaged are users to various forms of native content, which is now an $8 billion industry? BBC's Science of Engagement research aims to answer these burning questions for...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2016: Get Connected!
Authors: Sally Wu, Patrick Fagan, Andrew Tenzer
May 19, 2016

Research papers

Desk research

The chapter is split into two sections: the first dealing with the uses and practices of desk research - what is desk research, what it can do, who undertakes it and in what circumstances; the second covering the all-important question of sources of...

Catalogue: Consumer Market Research Handbook
Author: Nigel Newson-Smith
August 1, 1986

Magazines

Research World (January 2004)

We will also try to shed more light on the international dimensions of the profession, which new developments and breakthroughs are worth noting, and what are the cross-cultural contributions of existing approaches and tools. And on an increasing...

Catalogue: Research World 2004
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
January 1, 2004