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Ian Roberts
Posted on 6 November 2014 in Customer Feedback
by Ian Roberts
5 min

How to Maximize the Value of Concept Testing: Pt2

In Part 1 of this topic (Testing the Overall Product/Service Concept), we looked at the very first stage of testing a product or service concept quantitatively: Testing its most rudimentary parameters, and gauging interest in that basic product or service among its target audience.

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So let’s assume that you’ve tested the various new cornflakes flavors your client has been considering, via an online survey administered to 1,000 male and female adult consumers across the United States who currently eat cereal at least twice a week. According to your research findings, there is a definite interest in peanut butter-flavored and – surprise! – bacon-flavored cornflakes among these consumers; however, they express very little interest in the chocolate cornflake cereal that was being considered by your client. You’ve presented these findings to the client, and they’ve subsequently stated their willingness to consider manufacturing and marketing both the peanut butter and bacon flavors, given the high interest in both.

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Ian Roberts
Posted on 17 October 2014 in Customer Feedback
by Ian Roberts
4 min

How to Maximize the Value of Concept Testing: Pt1

Before a new drug is launched, a new variety of cereal is manufactured and stocked on grocery shelves, or a new television sitcom is produced, each of these new market entries will, ideally, go through multiple phases of concept or product testing with the target market, or markets, for the product. And just as some approaches to the conduct of Awareness, Trial, and Usage (ATU) research or Pricing Sensitivity research are more effective than others, there are also ways of constructing concept or product testing that will yield richer, more reliable findings.

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Ian Roberts
Posted on 6 October 2014 in Email Management
by Ian Roberts
30 sec

Email Whitepaper

The way email communication is handled, with regard to respondents, is a key factor in the success of market research projects: It is as important to ensure that emails are received by respondents, are read and acted upon, as it is to select the correct respondents. But, how do you ensure your invite is delivered and read?

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Ian Roberts
Posted on 2 December 2013 in Security
by Ian Roberts
30 sec

Data Protection & Security

As the world becomes smaller, and information is ever accessible, concerns grow over privacy, data protection and personal information.

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Ian Roberts
Posted on 2 July 2013 in CATI
by Ian Roberts
1 min

Increasing Interviewer Productivity

In today's highly competitive fieldwork market place, not only is collecting data quickly and accurately essential, but reducing overall costs of conducting market research is key.

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Ian Roberts
Posted on 14 March 2013 in Security
by Ian Roberts
2 min

The Online Conundrum: Balancing Trust with Reach

We all know the benefits of being online: speed of response, geographical spread, sample size. And are probably aware of the issues we face in our daily online lives: spam, phishing, identity theft.... But do we ever consider them together?

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