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Crystallising the Digital First Moment of Truth of Unknown Targets

By using the online behavioural data (owned by VALUES) of approximately 2.5 million people across Japan to conduct statistical processing, it is possible to visualise the scale (in the number of users) of high-potential users who are unknown or have...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2023 - Innovation
Authors: Akiko Koyasu, Yoshiaki Saito
Company: Truth Consulting
November 22, 2023

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Best of both worlds?

Online access panels have enabled cheap survey research to proliferate in the past decade. However, the results obtained from these convenience panels can be biased and unrepresentative due to the sampling methods employed. Sample matching against a...

Catalogue: Congress 2013: Think Big
Authors: Pete Doe, Robert Smith
Company: Nielsen
September 26, 2013

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Analytic implications of panel data quality

This methodological case study illustrates differences in data quality resulting from different online panel recruitment methods. Survey data from two B2B online panels were compared to each other and to data collected from a phone-to-Web sample. One...

Catalogue: Panel Research 2008
Author: Bob Harlow
Company: RONIN International
October 24, 2008

Research papers

Improving panel sampling

Contemporary sampling methods, such as quota sampling and propensity score sampling are lacking in efficiency and validity.This paper introduces response inclination sampling, which combines propensity sampling with a correction for personal response...

Catalogue: Panel Research 2007
Authors: Robert van Ossenbruggen, Clasine van der Wal, Martin Muller, Gerty J. L. M. Lensvelt-Mulders, Marianne Hubregtse
Company: Motivaction International B.V.
October 28, 2007

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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

Research papers

Right here... right now...

This paper describes a framework for the use of mobile research, supported by case studies conducted in Japan for a global manufacturer of sporting goods. The approach illustrates how mobile phones provide marketers not only with a powerful survey...

Catalogue: Congress 2006: Foresight
Authors: Andrew Till, Steve Mele, Flavio Souza
September 17, 2006

Research papers

The shift to on-line research

This presentation sets out benefits and disadvantages of online as a research methodology. Rigorous processes and quality controls are necessary in setting up good online research. Clients need reliable and representative sample frames to work with...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2006
Authors: Brian Fine, Steven Davies, Jim Alexander
Company: AMR
March 19, 2006

Research papers

Means-end chains analysis online

Means-end chain analysis has gained a lot of popularity in recent years both in academic research and in practice. However, the approach has also met quite some criticism, both at the theoretical and at the methodological level.This paper contributes...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Conference on Marketing 2004
Authors: Morten Schroder, Suzanne Beckmann
Company: Wilke Research
October 10, 2004

Research papers

Power buyers or cautious shoppers?

This paper describes the result of a segmentation analysis of attitudes towards electronic commerce. A random sample of Internet users in the United States formed five distinct segments with varying beliefs concerning the usefulness security and...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Net Effects 1999
Author: Andrew Elder
June 15, 1999