It’s a new year, time to reflect and a time to look ahead. I’ve found that it’s best not to spend too much time looking backward, though. Look at what the successes were in the previous year and celebrate them?
There has been quite a bit of discussion in marketing research of late about the proliferation of “Do it Yourself” tools. Just about anyone can design a survey, launch it to a pool of respondents and analyze the results.
How would you define the idea of being competitive? I’m not talking about from a business standpoint necessarily (at least not yet), but from an individual perspective? Would you describe yourself as being competitive?
What is your social media strategy? “Wait…” you ask, “do you mean personally or for my business?” Of course the answer is, both! Let’s start with the personal side of things. How much time do you spend on Social Media?
Objectivity, yet again, one of the many important roles we play as marketing researchers. We are expected to be neutral, objective and independent with a clear and unbiased view.
Here we are smack dab in the middle of the year 2015. How did that happen? Were we not just celebrating the beginning of a new year and all that it might have in store? Wow. Given that we are already halfway thru the year.
There has been a good deal of talk in the news – and the marketing research industry – lately concerning the problems with modern day polling. One of the articles we discussed contained several quotes.
Several weeks ago, we had a discussion here at the Marketing Workshop about how to look at things differently. By “things” I mean problems. And by “problems” I mean those situations or circumstances where you know...