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Data Use: A good choice for choice modeling
Maximum difference scaling lets researchers present respondents with large numbers of choice options without making the process onerous. The article uses examples of a hotel loyalty program and restaurant menu optimization to show the technique in action.
You can learn some interesting things when you force consumers to stop using - or make them use too much of - a product
Deprivation research, in which a consumer’s favorite product is withheld from them, is a useful market research tool but is more powerful when inundation research is run in tandem. Forcing product usage on a group of consumers can uncover equally compelling findings, the author argues.
Data Use: Structured Equation Models: an introduction
This article describes an analysis technique known as Structured Equations Models (SEM), also called Causal Modeling, Latent Variable Modeling, and LISREL models. The author illustrates how SEM can help analyze results of conjoint analysis to more fully understand the motivational, perceptual or psychological determinants of perceived value.
Improving continuous improvement with maximum difference scaling
To perform better, companies need to know what’s most important to consumers. The author outlines how to use max-diff to identify improvement priorities.
Data Use: Using conjoint analysis for price optimization
To the manufacturer with multiple products in a complex market, setting the prices of all the products in the portfolio can be an imposing task, particularly if the products compete with one another. This article demonstrates how conjoint analysis can help specify multi-product demand function. This leads to techniques for deriving the optimal pricing policy for a portfolio of products within a competitive environment.

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A case study of MR design conceptualization
A case study application of how conceptualization could be used to assist a fictional public relations company looking to broaden brand awareness.
When Apple, Samsung and conjoint came together
Best practices for key driver analysis
Key driver analysis is a versatile tool in the marketing research toolkit and can help clients uncover what is most important to consumers in a product or service category and understand where to focus their priorities.
The value of mixing conjoint with qualitative
While acknowledging the limitations of doing so, the author argues that it’s possible to successfully incorporate a conjoint study into the qualitative setting.
What's hot in conjoint: A recap from the 2013 Sawtooth Software Conference
SKIM's Chris Fotenos reports back from the 2013 Sawtooth Software Conference with an overview of the themes and popular topics covered regarding conjoint analysis, including how to make conjoint more engaging, how to take conjoint mobile and how to augment conjoint with other data sources.

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