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Are you Interviewing Respondents in their Native Language?

By Kristin Cavallaro, Knowledge & Data Analysis Specialist It is estimated that almost one billion people in the world can communicate in English whether it is as their first language…

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Around the Web: B2B Market Research Requires a Flexible Methodology Toolkit

By the Editors  Recently, data expert Sam Panini tweeted out a link to a 2015 Quirks.com article written by Mark Towery of Geo Strategy Partners. In his lively piece, Towery…

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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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How to Avoid Five Types of Bias in B2B Market Research

By the Editors Bias impacts all types of market research. It is notoriously difficult to eradicate, and can occur on the part of the respondent, the researcher. It could simply…

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Around the Web: Great B2B Marketing Strategies Employ Predictive Analytics

By the Editors  Recently, Business-to-Business (B2B) marketers have been re-tweeting an evergreen article by Keke Wu, Director of Analytics at the Massachusetts-based data company Avention. The blog post, originally appearing…

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How the Right Partner Can Help Management Consulting Companies Deliver

By the Editors Management consultants help the world’s biggest brands and most innovative startups access the data they need to develop strategies for growth. Whether they’re solving major challenges around…

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Four Considerations for Data Management and Delivery in MRX

By the Editors For researchers, collecting data is just the beginning of the process. While much of the broader discussion often centers on data collection, the world of market research…

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