Make an Infographic Something to Explore

Make an Infographic Something to Explore

Tip #3 of our presentation tomorrow at the LIMRA marketing research conference is this: Make your infographic something to explore. It stands in stark contrast to our advice for research reports, which is to make everything utterly transparent. Here I explain the reasoning behind this advice, what it means to “explore,” and most importantly, how…

New Resource for Tons of Great Data

New Resource for Tons of Great Data

Every professional in market research should know about and use the amazing, public, free data resources provided by the U.S. government—data that includes essential information about our demographics, communities, businesses, commerce, roads, health, education…the list goes on. Now, a small group of consultants, data scientists, and programmers are trying to make that easier with a…

Why I Love Political Polls

Why I Love Political Polls

Actually, Joe Citizen does not love them, but Joe Researcher does. The horse-race polls for media release offer little value to the first Joe because the only poll that really matters is the election itself. But for Joe Researcher, political polls offer unparalleled, ongoing opportunities to understand, validate, and improve our methods of survey research.…