Tag: Mobile

  • How to get to 'hard to reach' millennials

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    Millennials, the generation of people born between 1980-2000, are one of the hardest audiences to get to engage with market research. Having recently watched a couple of webinars focusing on new methods in market research and how to target a younger audience, I have gathered some of the most interesting...

  • What does the future hold for my website?

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    In late November 2014, the Wall Street Journal wrote an article entitled “The Web is dying; apps are killing it” emphasising the continued rise and strength of apps in modern technology. But this isn’t a recent observation - Steve Jobs was noting the increased reliance on apps back at the...

  • Tired of the trialing tech

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    When I discovered Tesco had teamed up with Unilever to trial iBeacon technology in 270 of its ‘Express’ stores, with offers for Magnum’s latest Black and Pink ice-creams, I found myself strangely sceptical of the idea. Here’s how it works: Transmitters detect nearby smartphones. If the relevant retailer’s app has been...

  • How has Google's mobile algorithm impacted membership organisations?

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    I can’t help wondering how Google’s recent algorithm update to boost the ranking of mobile-friendly pages on mobile search results is impacting membership associations. I specifically mention these associations because many of them are either registered charities or operate in the not-for-profit sector where expenditure is watched very carefully by...

  • Mobile research - recognising some of the pitfalls

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    Travelling back from a client meeting yesterday on the train, I suffered the modern day curse of phone battery failure.  How could I possibly operate successfully without my phone for the remainder of my journey!? This got me thinking that whilst mobile research offers some considerable advantages for ‘in the moment’...