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Category Archive for ‘Communications’

Five Ways Customer Research Can Build Your Business

Most businesses we encounter in our practice appear from the outside to be “doing fine”, and its only after a few pointed key questions of

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Can We Finally Dispense With The “Digital” In Digital Marketing?

It’s 2017, and so much in marketing practice has changed since we opened our doors in 1997. The range of disciplines has widened beyond print,

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Ad Agencies Rethink How They Collect Data, Recruit Staff

We’ve been using In-Depth or Personal Interview techniques to uncover customer insights and consumer behavior triggers for years with great success, using the outcomes to

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The Power of a Question

Mitch Vandiver (at mitch@strategiescorp.net.) and The Strategies, Inc. Team put this together, and I thought it was perfect for my readers – it’s all about

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Market Research Is the Answer to ‘Uberization’ and the Customer Challenges of the 21st Century

Jessica delivers this message better than I could, so I thought I’d pass this along . . . we’ve been explaining this to clients for

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Time . . . The Scarcest Commodity Executives Have

When we asked 150 senior executives from Marketing, Sales, Operations, Administration, and Human Resources, what one thing they wanted to make their day more manageable,

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How To Think Like Designers

This is What We Do – Thought this was interesting . . .  IBM hires hundreds of these workers to shake up clients — including

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How To Become Customer-Centric . . .

Whether its B2B, B2C, global enterprise or local start-up, commercial or non-for-profit, all types of business can benefit from becoming more customer-centric. But what does

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Legacy VS Longevity – Brand Makes The Difference

Some brands seem to become well known, some nearly ubiquitous, in a short period of time, relatively speaking. Some businesses that have names that are

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The Power Of Words . . .

Marketers use words for many different purposes, to persuade, to cajole, to express urgency, to instill fear, to provide an identity, to convey calm or

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