Welcome to the wonderful world of marketing, where everything has a name, acronym, jargon or slang. It doesn’t take long to understand, but when you’re adding market research into the mix you’ve got a whole new language to learn! As a marketer, research is the bedrock to everything you do. […]Continue Reading
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The Prime Minister created The Behavioural Insights Team in 2010 as the world’s first government unit to apply behavioural science to public policy. BIT became a social-purpose company in 2014 and it continues to use behavioural science principles to solve public policy problems, evaluating what works and what doesn’t through large scale Randomised Controlled Trials (RCTs). BIT works with the UK government, local government, foreign governments and other public and private sector organisations.!!More case studies
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Common Mistakes in Self-Service Research
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Behavourial Insights: Don’t Forget to Ask ‘Why?’
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Online Surveys vs Traditional Research
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In an age of real time news and instant reaction, gauging and measuring public opinion has never been more important. No sooner has something hit the public consciousness than some other, shinier thing has come along to knock it off the news agenda. Rinse and repeat. And, in an age […]Continue Reading
Instant Surveys for the Changing News Agenda
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There’s never a dull moment in market research and 2018 certainly hasn’t been a quiet year! The industry is constantly evolving and adapting to advances in technology and society, which is transforming the research landscape year on year. We take a look at some of the big research and marketing highlights of 2018. Data breaches The Cambridge Analytica scandal was not only a shocking story for the industry but was a global wake-up call. Using a quiz […]Continue Reading
2018 – A Year In Market Research
Fake news. Good old fake news. The market research industry’s idea of a living hell. False stories and false data-damaging reputations, altering perceptions and influencing political and societal outcomes. It’s been a very testing time for the public and the media. These scandals have seen market research come under close […]Continue Reading
Fake News and its Impact on Realtime Surveys
2018 has been a bit of a bumpy year for Influencers. Fake followers, concerns around return on investment, and transparency around brand endorsements, have been some of the issues hitting the news agenda. Like anything new, especially social media, we’re all guilty of feeling our way around this new way […]Continue Reading