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Qualitatively Speaking: Team moderating: a tonic for tough times
Using multiple moderators, with their respective skill sets and areas of ex-pertise, can bring fresh insights to the qualitative process and help marketers understand consumers’ changing needs and habits.
Innovation research: Stay centered with these three principles
Observation and follow-up interviews are at the core of successful innovation research, along with understanding what's required of a product; designing for individuals; and bettering offerings through usability testing.
How respect for respondents improves marketing research for all
Without respondents, there would be no research. Bonnie Eisenfeld explains ways to make sure you keep their needs in mind during the interviewing process.
Conducting competitive intelligence research among Internet providers in Brazil
The author details a competitive intelligence study of six Internet service providers in Brazil and how a mix of primary and secondary research helped obtain the information needed for the client to introduce a new service.
One-on-ones help Finlandia distill a winner
Finlandia used one-on-one interviews in the development of a new product: Arctic Cranberry vodka.

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Sponsored Content: Advancements in interviewing technologies: Bringing confidence to qualitative
Quester's Garrett McGuire extolls the virtues of tech-assisted interviewing in qualitative.
Understanding the primal U.S.-Latino culture through Latinacculturation
Novamex’s marketing research manager explains how and why the food marketer and distributor changed its view of the acculturation process.
How a 360-degree research approach provides a deeper understanding of the patient experience
The author outlines a research process by which pharmaceutical and health care companies can learn what life is like for patients afflicted by an illness.
Live feeds and confessionals: Video brings qualitative insights to life
The author discusses how technology, specifically video solutions, can help researchers tell a better story with their qualitative insights and secure client buy-in. This article uses vehicle drives and ethnography as an example.
Qualitatively Speaking: Interviewing for the edit
Michael Carlon offers 10 tips to get the most from the videos of your qualitative interviews.

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