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Marketing research using broadcast media and the internet

(1) Describe three situations in which marketing research should not be undertaken.
Explain why this is true?

Answers, The opportunity has passed, Managers cannot agree on what they need to know to make a decision, and one more answer which I don't know....

(2) What are some of the keys to ensuring the success of an internal database?

(3) Describe some ways to recruit for online panels?

(4) Fisher Price has asked you to develop a research procedure for determining which of its prototype toys is most appealing to 4- and 5-year-olds. Suggest a methodology for marketing this determination.

(5) What are some important independent variables that must be dealt with in experiment to test consumer reactions to a pilot for a new TV series? Explain why those variables are important.

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Marketing Research Essentials
(1) Describe three situations in which marketing research should not be undertaken.
Explain why this is true?

Answer:
a) The opportunity has passed.
Marketing research is time-bounded. For instance, in a presidential election, win ability of candidates can be best researched during campaign periods and not after the conduct of elections.
Another is the marketing of Ipad. Marketing research for this product must be done months prior to the actual sales day.

b) Managers cannot agree on what they need to know to make a decision
Marketing research methodology should be done during the planning stage. Expected outcome must be determined first before marketing research is done.

c) A research organization shall not undertake marketing studies for competitive clients when ...

Solution Summary

This solutions discusses situations in which marketing research should not be undertaken, how to ensure the success of an internal database, and how to recruit online panels.

The solution also gives suggestions on how to develop a research procedure for determining which prototype toys is most appealing to a particular age group.

It also gives suggestions on effective experiment to test consumer reactions to a pilot for a new TV series.

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