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  Help with assessing research vendors
Posted by: ImanAkef - Wed 28 Jun 2017, 22:09 - Forum: General Research Questions - Replies (1)

Hello ,

My company wanted a report that would outline market forecasts for certain software solutions in certain regions. After some research, I contacted several research houses that include large ones such as IDC and Gartner , but the most flexible ones that satisfied my specific needs were large Indian-based research houses, not only did they offer customized content but at competitive prices too. The ones I looked at included infoholic, grand view research, and mordor research, however, I don't have experience with the quality of information they offer, as I usually only used from well-known vendors such as Gartner and IDC. Anyone have any experience with any of these research vendors? How accurate was the data they provided? and is there any rating for them by a third party? Thanks!

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  Finding Product Rejecters
Posted by: jwiltsh1 - Fri 9 Jun 2017, 16:46 - Forum: Samples, recruitment and panels - Replies (2)

Hi everyone, this is my first post. I work for an automotive company and we are always interested in people who shopped one our cars but rejected it in favor of another brand. Finding and recruiting these people is tough. You can buy a name list from a company like Polk, of people who purchased your competitors and then go fishing to try to find someone who shopped your car. That's expensive.

So I was thinking what other ideas you all might have for how to find these people. For example, we could stand outside a competitors dealership and intercept people as they leave and ask them if they also shopped our car. That would be very focused but also expensive and slim pickings. Does anyone have any bright ideas perhaps based on how this is handled in other industries.

Thanks for your time and ideas.

James

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  what is the new and old marketing?
Posted by: itzmarket - Wed 17 May 2017, 21:15 - Forum: Analysis, statistics and reporting - No Replies

what is the old marketing strategies and nowadays strategies

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  The Importance of Market Research in the Healthcare Industry
Posted by: researchnreports - Mon 8 May 2017, 18:47 - Forum: Analysis, statistics and reporting - No Replies

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  Paid Market Research Online
Posted by: praveenitech - Fri 17 Feb 2017, 09:35 - Forum: Market Research Jobs and Vacancies - No Replies

[Looking for Respondents in Australia] What are the Paid Market Research Online ?

Avaresearch Paid Research Groups

[Moderator edit: Added clarification of the company name - no problem with advertising for respondents but this must be fully open and transparent - say who you are and give some industry credentials to show bona fides - we do not endorse or check credentials ourselves]

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  Market Research Agency
Posted by: davidsheffield13 - Wed 15 Feb 2017, 11:28 - Forum: General Research Questions - Replies (3)

If you are searching for a market research agency servicing the UK or Ireland, then [mod: name removed] would be the best option for you.

[mod: We have no problems with agencies or suppliers asking or responding to questions, or giving advice to show their expertise and willingness to help, but please no content-free spam - it just looks unprofessional]

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  Market research - TOMI
Posted by: personalskills2 - Sat 21 Jan 2017, 12:50 - Forum: Analysis, statistics and reporting - No Replies

Hello,

I'm an Electrical Engineering student and I'm doing a project about TOMI, a smart robot that we design.
Part of our project involves a market research of our product so we created a form to collect information.

If you can, please answer our survey.

Thank you very much!

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQ...Q/viewform

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  COMBINING THE RESLTS OF TWO SAMPLE TYPES?
Posted by: lisa131067 - Thu 24 Nov 2016, 07:53 - Forum: Samples, recruitment and panels - Replies (2)

Hi Id appreciate some sound advice on whether I can legitimately combine the results of two surveys. Both asked the same questions but one was conducted randomly with the population by a research interviewer (1000 responses) and the other was an online self-selection survey (500 responses).  Both surveys sought to determine the demographics of the population and their use and perceptions of a city centre.  Can anyone point me in the right direction here of whether they can be joined and reported on or if it is totally best to keep them separate. Many thanks

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  Rethinking Questionnaires Series
Posted by: Saul Dobney - Wed 2 Nov 2016, 14:10 - Forum: Quantitative research and questionnaire design - Replies (3)

We're running a series of demonstrations on Rethinking Questionnaires. The first demonstration on hot-cold scales can be found at
http://www.dobneyresearch.com/DemoQs/ind...lddemo.php

We have a discussion article on linked in: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/rethinkin...le-comment

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  Market Research
Posted by: John55 - Sat 1 Oct 2016, 15:48 - Forum: Analysis, statistics and reporting - No Replies

Dear,

I am writing here because I am market researcher and I can do and sell market research.

Let me know if you are curious about this.

Best regards

John

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