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Seven ways to fail a consumer label comprehension study
The authors outline steps for making sure marketing research on Rx or OTC drug labeling contributes to adherence to FDA Guidance.

Related Articles

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Wendy's research serves up The Big Classic
For the Wendy's fast-food chain to compete with McDonalds or Burger King, executives realized that some serious market research was needed. After analyzing taste tests in six different cities, The Big Classic burger was born.
Research helps AT&T sharpen its newsletter
When AT&T customers received their "Stay In Touch" newsletter with their long distance bill, most didn't realize the extensive market research that went into it. AT&T employed focus group sessions and mall intercepts to find out what type of newsletter would best appeal to customers.
Packaging research - evaluating consumer reaction
Effective packaging is an essential part of product marketing, and consumer research is needed to determine the most effective packaging. There are many factors to determine before the product hits the shelf. Focus groups, mall intercept interviewing and test market auditing are three effective tools, and researchers have developed others to determine shelf impact.
Research improves sweetener packaging
When NutraSweet Co., Chicago, makers of Equal sugar substitute, wanted to compete with sugar as a healthier substitute, serious marketing research was needed. Shelf visibility tests and label communication T-scope tests were used to create new, more-effective packaging.
Surveys help settle trade dress infringement case
Consumer surveys can be effective marketing tools, but when used in a courtroom setting, they can be effective legal tools too. Random intercept surveys can be used in trademark cases, like one between Kmart and LeSportsac Inc., to determine consumer perceptions.

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