Go to where consumers are, don’t ask them to come to you. In their own “natural habitat” they are more relaxed and comfortable and much more likely to reveal insights that are richer and more likely to be breakthrough.
In our business, we work with real consumers almost every day of the year. And we HAVE to get real, actionable input for our clients.
Whether in your business or in your personal life, nothing is quite as important as making sure the first appearance or words out of your mouth capture the best version of yourself or your business offering.
Consumers love choices, but sometimes marketers offer too many, which is often worse than not offering enough.
When companies and brands unrealistically extend themselves, is it any wonder why consumers abandon them?
Corporate America’s current love affair with Big Data has made it more difficult for marketing professionals to get the underlying answers they need.
We’ve all heard it. And now it’s time to realize we’re missing the mark if our goal is to hold a normal conversation with a consumer.
Researcher studies ‘humans in the wild’ to figure out what sells