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Conducting Market Research With Non-Profits

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Recent Articles

Below are the 5 most recent articles on this topic. These articles were published within the last three years and are only available to registered subscribers.

The A-B-4Cs of winning advertising
James Forr examined 113 iconic or award-winning ad campaigns and developed a model for marketers to draw upon to craft their own memorable efforts.
How will Americans spend their money this holiday season?
With the 2014 holiday season right around the corner, the author discusses how Americans are planning to shop for the holidays according to household income and the generation to which they belong.
How a lack of money turned me into an innovative researcher
Ethnography, a DIY community and turning a survey into a virtual press conference were just some of ways one in-house research team overcame budget limitations to generate valuable insights.
How to design research for public release
Planning on using survey findings as fodder for a press release? Take these tips into consideration to make sure the information has impact, relevance and longevity.
How to conduct values research in a qualitative setting
The authors explore the use of ethnography to understand consumer values, using a research project on TV news as an example of how values can affect product and service choices.

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Focus groups shape ads designed to expand market for Federal Duck Stamp Program
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service enlists the help of a research and advertising firm to determine how to reach a new audience and broaden the market for duck stamps, currently required for duck hunters and of interest to stamp collectors. The focus groups tested a range of creative appeals, including: buying the stamps as a way to save the environment; buying and collecting them as an investment; and giving stamps as gifts to others. The focus groups helped determine that the stamps’ beauty and collection value weren’t enough to entice buyers, and instead, stamps were offered to consumers as a way to save wetlands.
Trade Talk: Pray it, don't say it
Quirk's Editor Joe Rydholm looks at how the public reponds to athletes who include religion in their pre-, during- and post-game activities.
Satisfaction research puts Twin Cities United Ways in touch with their core donors
The Twin Cities United Ways used a print survey to investigate customer satisfaction among three core segments: employees of large corporations who contribute through workplace donation programs, volunteers and agencies. The research has provided valuable donor information.
Familiarity breeds contempt? A study of positive bias in online communities
Many researchers are concerned that ongoing, long-term interaction between consumers and brands causes heightened brand awareness and affinity among an engaged and informed sample. This article addresses whether engagement leads to positive bias, based on research from Communispace.
Symphony tunes into research
The Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra completed a series of focus groups and a telephone survey to determine how it might increase its ticket sales. The key issues addressed in the focus groups were quantified in the telephone interviews.

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