When was the last time someone asked you a question that made you stop and think? These are the best types of questions because the answer that follows is original and authentic, not a pre-programmed, automatic response.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss trends in the use of algorithms in qualitative recruiting. We’ll look at benefits and limitations of these tools, and key considerations for marketers, recruiters and of course, qualitative researchers.
The Internet has disrupted the marketing funnel. It’s no longer a straight line – that marketers draw and lead – from brand awareness to purchase. Today it is more of a jigsaw puzzle, with varied touchpoints and messaging that can impact an ultimate purchase. Customer journey maps are shedding light on the real customer path – the behaviors, attitudes, delight and pain points that customers encounter on their way to a product, category or experience – and inspiring a more nuanced marketing and product development path.
Virtual reality technology is rapidly being developed and is attracting enormous amounts of funding. This technology will certainly affect the worlds of entertainment, news, gaming, health care, business, research and other areas in a profound way.
This session is a practical guide to Behavioral Science, the heuristics that most affect market research, and some clear-cut ways to do better research with this understanding. Although many of the examples provided relate to health care, the information applies to research in any setting. The webinar is based on one of the top-ten rated presentations from QRCA's 2019 annual conference.
A leading wearables brand wanted to understand why some consumers — whose profiles indicated they were a target for wearables — were not interested in purchasing one. Getting to the bottom of why a behavior is not happening is one of the most difficult types of research we are asked to do — because often consumers themselves are not fully aware of all the factors influencing their actions (or lack thereof)....
As podcasts have grown in popularity in recent years, this engaging form of storytelling and communications presents a huge opportunity for users and practitioners of qualitative research. In this Qcast, we’ll discuss how podcasts are being used to enhance the discovery and collection of insights, as well as facilitate the dissemination of those insights across client companies. We’ll also explore different podcast styles for different types of research opportunities.
Questioning skills drive the success of great moderators. By asking open-ended questions a skilled moderator can elicit a deeper understanding of the participant's thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and behaviors. In this video, the 5 “W’s” are discussed as good starting points for asking open-ended questions.
Moderators who excel at asking targeted probing questions, will be able to uncover a deeper level of insights than their peers. There are many types of probing questions. In this video, clarification, elaboration, comparison, and hypothetical questions will be discussed, which will help build the foundation for asking probing questions.