This week, we look at a fresh perspective on the notion that research quality is dropping quickly; how subscription business models can also mean instant market research information; market research tips for your business plan; the near future of tweets in Google search results; and a case study on how two surveys asking similar questions can produce very different results. That’s the #FridayFive for February 6, 2015!
Can you believe it’s already Friday again? Neither can we. Looks like change is in the air this week! We look at holographic computing, how to make our respondents’ experience better; the benefit of a retail store remodel; lessons on automated social media posts; and what to include in your next employee feedback survey! That’s this week’s #FridayFive!
Thanks to the faithful who follow our blog, for ye shall… inherit some really great stories to kick off the new year!
Every week, we gleefully scour the web for interesting articles about market research, marketing, and small business trends and bring you five that we thought you might like to read, too. This week, our selection covers wearable and implantable tech, more on the mobile survey trend, and more.
If you’ve followed us long, you know that each Friday, we give a roundup of a five articles that caught our attention this week from the fields of marketing, market research, and small business. Let’s take a look at this week’s #FridayFive!
As we have all experienced, surveys have changed a lot over the years. What for decades existed primarily as agency-based paper surveys conducted by telephone, later migrated to the web; with app usage outpacing mobile web usage we now have tablet and smartphone apps for administering surveys, and more.