Do you find it hard to keep up with all of your favorite market research blogs? Below are some favorites, with previews of their most current posts. All assembled here for your convenience. Bookmark this page for easy reference. Enjoy!

Vovici

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Nigel Hollis

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WSJ.com: The Numbers Guy

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Customer Experience Matters

  • Report: The State of Customer Experience Management, 2014 April 23, 2014
    We just published a Temkin Group report, The State of CX Management, 2014. It examines the CX efforts within more than 200 large companies. Here’s the executive summary: We surveyed more than 200 large companies and found an abundance of Customer Experience (C …

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Bad Research; No Biscuit.

  • Fun With Crosstabs April 19, 2011
    A couple of thought’s on PPP’s bombshell last week about interracial marriage in Mississippi, which, if you missed it, said that 46% of “usual Republican Primary voters” there say interracial marriage should be against the law (full PDF of results … Continue r …

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Research Rockstar

  • Chainsaw Juggling Lessons for Market Researchers April 17, 2014
    When I tell our students that this trial and error approach is one of the techniques useful in data analysis, they are always happy to hear it. Why? Because it shows that insights are hard, and that... [This is a content summary only. Visit the Research Rockst …

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PluggedIN, Co.

  • 5 Tips for Using Pinterest in Qualitative Market Research March 7, 2012
    There is a lot of buzz lately about Pinterest. There are great tutorials on how to use Pinterest (Mashable has a nice tutorial here), ideas on how brands can capitalize on Pinterest (already been done), or even ways to use Pinterest as basic secondary research …

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LoveStats

  • Rats, Responders, or Consumers: What do we call these people? #FOCI14 April 9, 2014
    As scientists and researchers, the lowly or lovely rat, depending on your perspective, has allowed us to research many things over the century. Rats have told us how live tissue responds to a variety of diseases and drugs. Rats have also taught us about concep …

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Blackbeard Blog

  • Tumblr Study Says It Has More Social TV Activity Than Twitter April 22, 2014
    Tumblr Study Says It Has More Social TV Activity Than Twitter: Twitter got its ad business off the ground by selling marketers on the premise that its service complements TV, and now Tumblr is treading a similar path. Ignore the ad-related analysis and look at …

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QuestionPro

  • 8 Direct Marketing Tips Few Marketers Actually Follow April 23, 2014
    Advertising can be expensive, but a successful marketing campaign can help you generate more revenues and increase profits.  With proper planning, direct mail marketing can provide the best results possible.  Here are 8 simple tips that will bring a steady…Rea …

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Sean Copeland’s-New Market Research

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Pew Social Trends

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Gallup.com – Polling Matters

  • Americans on the Use of Race as a Factor in College Admissions April 23, 2014
    The Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld the state of Michigan’s ban on considering race as a factor in admissions to the state’s public colleges and universities, government contracting, and public employment. The ban was put in place as a result of a statewide vo …

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