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The craftsmanship behind a quality panel

Today one can choose between several different software packages for management of web access panels. These software packages can be exellent tools, but building and maintaining a good panel is still a matter for craftsmanship. The quality of results...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Panel Research Conference 2005
Authors: Rune T. Eilertsen, Leif Henrik Husom
April 17, 2005

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Market issues and marketing strategies for quality agriculture, with particular reference to environment-friendly agriculture

This paper is divided into three parts. The first part briefly reviews some recent contributions which investigate the concept of quality in the agricultural food industry, with particular reference to the component of quality which, to use a...

Catalogue: Seminar 1992: European Agriculture In Transition
Author: Riccardo Pastore
June 15, 1992

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Defining television quality through audience reaction measures

This paper will report on findings from an experimental study, commissioned by the Independent Television Commission (ITC), which explored a number of techniques for assessing audience satisfaction with television in terms of the perceived quality...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF Worldwide Broadcast Audience Research Symposium 1992
Authors: Barrie Gunter, John Clemens, Mallory Wober
June 15, 1992

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Advertising quality and market share

The increase of the quality of advertising offers an important possiblity to improve the success of a brand without costs being automatically increased. Pretest measures for commercials as e.g. the AD*VANTAGE test system are thus intensively used by...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/EMAC/AFM Symposium 1993: Information Based Decision Making In Marketing
Authors: Claudia Schmies, Raimund Wildner
Company: GfK
June 15, 1993

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Where does quality in research begin?

The main premise put forth in this paper is that most problems related to research quality in fact come from within the profession. As a result, the research profession must accept total responsibility for research which is less than top quality. The...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1975: Quality In Research
Author: David Smith
Company: Molson Coors
August 1, 1975

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A study of the effects of printing quality on the readers' perceptions of magazine advertisements

Advertisers and agencies pay considerable attention to the quality of colour reproduction in print advertisements.This paper is concerned with the extent and manner in which inevitable variations in reproduction between different magazines, caused by...

Catalogue: Seminar 1976: Beyond Vehicle Audiences
Author: Alan Smith
March 1, 1976

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How to improve the quality of research?

Quality is not a property in itself. It can be stated that quality is always related to costs. This is the reason why one could speak about the quality-cost-complex. Both factors are interrelated. Better research designs or bigger samples or both...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1975: Quality In Research
Authors: Lies Deggeller, Benno Stoppelman
August 1, 1975

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How to reward interviews (French)

The carrying out of this research has a double origin: 1. A general purpose with a deontological characteristic Market surveys are based on information given by the interviewed people who accept to provide it. It appears as rather unfair that these...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1975: Quality In Research
Authors: François Frisch, Patrick Le Maire
August 1, 1975

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Anticipating expectations

Three themes will have an increasing impact on consumer demand in the developed markets through the end of the decade:- Brand Value: Brands will become increasingly important to both marketers and consumers in the '90's as functional product...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1992: The Race Against Expectations
Author: Alexander L. Biel
September 1, 1992