MRMW Q&A Britt Calvert, Senior Account Manager, Ipsos Marketing took the time to explain how mobile and video analysis can provide added depth and impact to your research. Q: There has been a lot of buzz about mobile and video. Why are these important and why should researchers care? Britt […]
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View this recorded webinar to hear Ipsos’ Dave Gryga demonstrate how you can gain a deeper understanding of the level of distinctiveness for your brands, highlighting strengths to leverage and opportunities to further drive distinctiveness.
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Despite growing cynicism of survey research and its ability to give accurate information, this paper provides evidence that what people report from surveys can be accurate.
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