Tag Archives: Central New York

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  1. RMS ViewPoint Panel Book—An Inside Look

    RMS recently released the RMS ViewPoint Panel Book—a dynamic and graphic first edition detailing the demographics of our research panel. Check out some features of the new Panel Book below! Demographics Explore the data everyone wants to know about. We’ve created eye-catching graphics to showcase the demographics and workforce data of our entire panel. Consumer

  2. NYS Fair – Ending the Summer on a Great Note

    The following post was written by Maggy Stewart, Graphic Designer and Marketing Coordinator at RMS. According to a recent poll of Central New Yorkers conducted by Research & Marketing Strategies, Inc. using the RMS ViewPoint panel, 62 percent of survey respondents plan to go to the State Fair one or two times this year. With 98 percent

  3. Central New York Music Preferences

    Summer’s here and the time is right: Central New Yorkers are ready to face the music, RMS ViewPoint Poll Shows.  According to a recent poll of Central New Yorkers conducted by Research & Marketing Strategies, Inc. (RMS) ViewPoint, 83 percent of individuals plan to go to a concert this summer. Thirty percent of Central New

  4. An Acclaimed Location for More Than One Reason

    The following post was written by Maggy Stewart, Marketing & Communications Coordinator at RMS. The U.S. News & World Report examined the 100 most populated metropolitan areas in the United States and released the results earlier this month. For the inaugural Best Places to Live rankings, the 100 largest metro areas by population as determined

  5. Central New York is Buffalo Bills Nation

    Twenty-one percent of Central New Yorkers rank the Buffalo Bills as their favorite National Football League (NFL) team, according to a new RMS ViewPoint poll of Central New York panel members. Close behind, 17 percent of Central New Yorkers favored the New York Giants, and the New York Jets came in third at six percent.

  6. Greater Baldwinsville Chamber of Commerce Membership Survey – Case Summary

    This blog post is a summary of a recent project completed by Research & Marketing Strategies, Inc. (RMS). Background: In 2014, the Greater Baldwinsville Chamber of Commerce (GBCC) partnered with Research and Marketing Strategies, Inc. (RMS) to conduct an online member satisfaction survey. GBCC wanted to better understand the satisfaction with events and services, key drivers

  7. Selling Central New York as a National Test Market

    Central New York has long been revered as a great market for product and concept testing. You may have caught our previous blog post about the topic, where we discussed the market characteristics that make the city of Syracuse an ideal test market. We noted how Syracuse has a similar demographic composition to the United

  8. Syracuse, NY: A Great Test Market

    Syracuse, NY has enjoyed a long history as one of the nation’s top test markets. The metropolitan area’s use by marketers as proving ground of eventual product success or failure has been well documented for decades. Products both famous and obscure, ranging from ice cream to alcoholic beverages to baby carrots have been tested in Syracuse

  9. Focus Groups in TV Commercials

    Those of us here in Bunker, always on the lookout for anything research-related, have taken note of a trend in television commercials. It seems that many commercials now feature focus groups as a setting. In some cases, the focus groups are fictional, as in these lighthearted spots for Pepsi Max and Snickers: [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfmXYmoCElY] [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6e0Gsn4khss] In

  10. 4 Reasons To Choose Customer Satisfaction Surveys

    Customer satisfaction research is one of the most basic forms of market research.  It’s a course of research that virtually all businesses have considered, and in a lot of cases implemented.  Customer satisfaction surveying is a linchpin in process improvement, offers a portal to customer feedback, and is used to evaluate products and services.  Yet there are many