Tag Archives: Online Surveys

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  1. The Outlook of Market Research in 2017

    In the world of market research, new approaches and strategies are being developed rapidly. One of the ways we like to stay smart on industry trends is by reviewing the GreenBook Research Industry Trends (GRIT) Report. Below are a few tidbits from the Q3 and Q4 report, which we found particularly insightful. Mobile Surveys Are

  2. Circular Advertisement Usage – Case Study

    This blog post is a summary of a recent project completed by Research & Marketing Strategies, Inc. (RMS). Background: A national retailer recently partnered with Research & Marketing Strategies, Inc. (RMS) to conduct consumer usage research. The client wanted to better understand consumer perceptions, receipt, use, and sales drivers of circular advertising. The market research objective

  3. Transportation Client Satisfaction Case Study

    This blog post is a summary of a recent project completed by Research & Marketing Strategies, Inc. (RMS). Background: A school transportation organization recently partnered with Research & Marketing Strategies, Inc. (RMS) to conduct sales strategy research. The client wanted to better understand customer satisfaction and perception of services provided by the organization. The market research

  4. 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

  5. Arts Initiative Evaluation Case Study

    This blog post is a summary of a recent project completed by Research & Marketing Strategies, Inc. (RMS).  Background:  Research & Marketing Strategies, Inc. (RMS) recently served as a project evaluator for a multi-year arts initiative. The arts initiative included a collaboration of arts organizations whose goal was to experiment with new programming and engage

  6. How Market Research Can Help Your School District

    The following post was co-written with Hilary Ranucci, Business Development Coordinator at RMS. Colleges and Universities are no stranger to market research, but we’ve noticed an uptick in K-12 school districts seeking market research services. To make the most informed decisions about your school district, you should have a strong understanding of your community, both

  7. Adult Learner Program Interest – Higher Education Case Study

    This blog post is a summary of a recent project completed by Research & Marketing Strategies, Inc. (RMS).  Background: A community college in New York State partnered with Research & Marketing Strategies, Inc. (RMS) to conduct a study regarding adult learner program interest and geographic preference for one of the institutions two locations. The client wanted to

  8. RMS News: Too Many Surveys? Is There a Down-Side?

    This blog post was written by our guest blogger Mark Dengler, President of Research & Marketing Strategies (RMS). It was featured in the April 2014 edition of the RMS Newsletter. I was recently asked my thoughts about the burgeoning survey industry in today’s marketplace. My response was, “Too many? That depends.” The perception of excess surveying depends

  9. 7 Tips to Develop Mobile-Friendly Online Surveys

    In the last year or two, we’ve seen a considerable jump in the number of online surveys conducted. It is a becoming the quickest and most cost efficient way for our clients to reach out to their target audiences and gather a significant amount of data. We’ve conducted surveys among both consumer and business audiences

  10. Is E-mail Becoming Obsolete?

    It wasn’t all that long ago at all – maybe 10 or 12 years – that you couldn’t assume with any certainty that a person had access to e-mail.  The medium was still fairly new and not everyone had adopted it yet. With that in mind, it is a testament to how fast technology moves that we can now