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Evaluating a consumer dial

In this article we show how the effects of many marketing actions can now be evaluated in some detail. The basic question considered is not whether there was any positive effect at all (eg on total sales) but what kind of effect it was (eg extra...

Catalogue: Seminar 1976: The Contribution Of Research To Decision Making Promotions
Authors: Andrew S. C. Ehrenberg, Gerald J. Goodhardt
June 15, 1976

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Some applications of a mathematical model of consumer purchase

In this paper I want to outline two applications of a mathematical model for consumer purchasing data. Apart from their own direct interest, these applications may serve to illustrate how a mathematical model can he useful for two somewhat different...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Conference 1962: Research Into Certain Advertising Problems
Author: Andrew S. C. Ehrenberg
June 15, 1962

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Non-awareness and non-usage

In this paper, we report some empirical findings concerning the relation between a sales-type variable such as brand usage and a communication variable. In trying to measure communication, people use a variety of different variables. We consider here...

Catalogue: Seminar 1966: The Role of Market Research In The Creation of Advertising
Authors: Andrew S. C. Ehrenberg, Michael Bird
June 1, 1966

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Factor analysis in market research

In this article I shall try to consider the subject of factor analysis in market research. Anyone acquainted with the literature of factor analysis will be aware that in a single article one can neither give a complete description of the techniques...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/WAPOR Congress 1959
Author: Andrew S. C. Ehrenberg
June 15, 1959

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Learning about promotions

Ultimately we need to establish the effects which promotions have on the consumer- i.e. any increased purchasing in the short term, or changes in attitudes and loyalty in the longer term - and to relate this to costs. Where promotions are aimed at...

Catalogue: Seminar 1976: The Contribution Of Research To Decision Making Promotions
Author: Andrew S. C. Ehrenberg
June 15, 1976

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Pack-size rates of purchasing

The present paper describes new relationships which are in fact mostly very simple: Certain rates of buying are more or less constant across different brands and pack-sizes, and this holds for different product fields and for different lengths of...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1968
Author: Andrew S. C. Ehrenberg
June 15, 1968