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Could a Dynamic Geo-location Diary be the Right Solution for your Project?

By the Editors Diary studies can help researchers to understand a variety of factors about consumer behavior and opinions that a single survey could never reveal. Instead of a single…

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Around the Web: Insights from the 2016 Global Mobile Trends Report

By the Editors¬† Earlier this month, the Mobile Marketing Association and Kantar Millward Brown released their 2016 Global Mobile Trends Report. This much-anticipated presentation, available as a PDF download, looks…

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Around the Web: Supplementing MRX Surveys with Behavioral Data from Smartphones

By the Editors Recently Eli Portnoy, co-founder and CEO of Sense360 wrote a blog post for GreenBook about the benefits of supplementing surveys with behavioral data gathered from smartphones. According…

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Around the Web: New Mobile Insights about Higher-Income Adults

By the Editors Recently, measurement company comScore released their 2016 U.S. Mobile App Report, which shares “insights on the mobile app landscape and how mobile app behavior differs by audience…

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What B2B Researchers Need to Know About Online and Mobile Panels

By The Editors In business-to-business (B2B) market research, having different modes available to fulfill a project need can increase your ability to successfully connect with busy business leaders. The sample…

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Around the Web: “SoLoMo” Social, Local and Mobile are Changing Everything

By the Editors – MRX Takeaways from the Asia Pacific Customer Intelligence Summit – In late July, Ray Poynter of Vision Critical (a maker of customer intelligence software) attended and…

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Around the Web: Key B2C Highlights from the MMA’s Global CEO-CMO Summit 2016

By the Editors In two recent LinkedIn Pulse posts, Nikunj Sanghvi, Head of US Sales & BD at Robosoft, shared key takeaways from the 2016 Mobile Marketing Association’s Global CEO-CMO…

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