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Marketers learn to play at social media games
Using virtual economies and interactive games via social networks, social media game creator Zynga has opened the door for marketers to get involved in consumers' lives where they live - and play - online.

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Radio tracking study places spots more effectively
Radio advertising can be an extremely effective marketing tool, especially when selling to farmers. By analyzing tracking studies, Ted Haller can create the perfect fit between advertisers and radio stations to optimize the effectiveness of radio advertisements.
Telefocus technique 'replaces' focus groups for firm's ad testing
Funk Seeds International, a worldwide seed operation headquartered in Bloomington, Ill., no longer gathers focus groups in a common location. As of three years ago, the company now connects all focus group participants through the telephone. The technique is cheaper and easier.
Trade Talk: Poll finds growing interest in organic farming
Concerned over their own health and the use of pesticides, consumers are growing more interested in organic farming.
Comprehensive research program helps the Propane Education & Research Council expand the propane market
The Propane Council turned to research to prioritize and fund new technologies in the agricultural industry. Quantitative and qualitative studies with growers and producers were key.
Mail surveys still a viable research technique
While mail surveys are emphasized today less than other research options, they remain a valuable tool for researchers. In fact, they are often the most effective and efficient method for obtaining data. This article discusses using and creating mail surveys.

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