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  1. new website seo launch

    We ♥ our new site. We hope you ♥ it too.

    The following post was written by Maggy Stewart, Graphic Designer & Marketing Coordinator at RMS. February—the month when everyone is celebrating love. It’s the month of chocolates, roses and Valentines. This February, RMS is also thinking love—because we’re head over heels about our brand new website. A website is an extremely powerful marketing tool with the Read more

  2. social media trends

    Social Media Marketing Trends for 2017

    This blog post was written by Erica Winters, Sr. Research Analyst & Social Media Strategist at Research & Marketing Strategies (RMS). Social media continues to grow in popularity as we trek through 2017. It is clear social media is here to stay, and has outlived the traditional thought of social media marketing being a “fad.” Read more

  3. Residential Living Facility Feasibility – Case Study

    This blog post was written by Erica Winters, Sr. Research Analyst & Social Media Strategist, and is a summary of a recent project completed by Research & Marketing Strategies, Inc. (RMS). Background: An organization aiming to offer residential living services in New York State recently partnered with RMS to conduct feasibility research. The client wanted to Read more

  4. 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 Read more

  5. Circular Advertisement Usage – Case Study

    This blog post was written by Erica Winters, Sr. Research Analyst & Social Media Strategist, and is a summary of a recent project completed by Research & Marketing Strategies, Inc. (RMS). Background: A national retailer recently partnered with RMS to conduct consumer usage research. The client wanted to better understand consumer perceptions, receipt, use, and sales Read more

  6. What To Look for in a CAHPS Vendor

    With patient-centered healthcare on the rise, CAHPS® surveys are more prevalent now than ever before. Being such an essential aspect of your organization’s success, how do you go about deciding which CMS-approved CAHPS vendor to partner with for your surveying? If you’re in the position of participating in any of the CAHPS surveys, here are Read more

  7. Market Research Acronyms Explained

    The following post was written by Tal Gordon, Intern at RMS. The market research industry is flooded with an abundance of phrases and lingo that is commonly used between businesses, employers, and clients. The use of acronyms in particular has gained in popularity, thanks largely due to the prevalence of social media usage, but also in Read more

  8. Central New Yorkers Are In The Holiday Spirit!

    According to a recent poll of Central New Yorkers conducted by Research & Marketing Strategies, Inc. (RMS) ViewPoint, 24% of individuals purchase 10 to 12 gifts this holiday season, with 21% purchasing for 7 to 9 people, and 19% for both 4 to 6 and more than 15 people. When it comes to starting their Read more

  9. How To Get The Right Participants For Focus Groups

    When it comes to focus groups, it’s crucial to recruit the right participants. Typically a focus group includes a small number of people, often between 8 to 12 participants, plus a moderator that helps guide the discussion. The moderator’s goal is to get participants to answer the pre-defined questions in the moderator’s guide, but also Read more

  10. What is VoC Research?

    The following post was written by Mark Dengler, President at RMS. In the market research world, the voice of the customer (VoC) is key to understanding and managing customer experiences as well as enhancing product/service design. You should always be listening to your customers and what they are saying, whether it be directly to your organization’s Read more

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