Marketing Research That Pays Off

Marketing Research That Pays Off

ISBN-10:
1560249498
ISBN-13:
9781560249498
Pub. Date:
01/28/2005
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
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Overview

Marketing Research That Pays Off

From Oreos, Jell-O, raisins, and milk to amusement parks, retail centers, ATMs, and mutual funds, the case studies presented in Marketing Research That Pays Off offer you insight into how actual companies have used market research to successfully solve marketing problems. Editor Larry Percy has collected a series of cases from consumer, service, and industrial marketing executives that provides a problem/solution look at how to address major marketing issues with marketing research.

The studies presented cover such topics as communications issues, new product introduction, brand equity, brand positioning, and sales analysis. Because they represent successful applications of marketing research to challenging questions, these cases offer a number of specific lessons. Throughout, Marketing Research That Pays Off shows you how to:

  • use the right sample for reliable data
  • reduce the time needed for traditionally multi-phased research
  • avoid the pitfalls of short-term effects in tracking data
  • deal with multinational research
  • use attitude measures to help interpret sales data
  • involve marketing management to ensure acceptance of results
  • make effective use of small budgets
The format of each chapter allows the authors to pose a question or present a particular marketing problem and then take you step-by-step through the solution. Actual problems solved include how to improve upon a successful campaign, revitalize a failing retail center, avoid misunderstanding in conducting multinational research, use scanner data to help understand the package goods market, avoid being mislead by short-term effects in tracking data, learn what aspects of a package attract attention and what they communicate, and how to effectively reach both children and their parents with one message--all on a small budget.

It is the unique problem/solution approach to marketing research that makes Marketing Research That Pays Off especially valuable to all marketing research professionals and beginner- to mid-level marketing managers. In addition, the book's easy-to-read presentation of case studies makes it approachable and useful as a companion text for classes in marketing and marketing research.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781560249498
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 01/28/2005
Series: Haworth Marketing Resources Series
Pages: 286
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.60(h) x 1.00(d)

Table of Contents

Contents
Preface
  • Introduction
  • Part I: 1994 David Ogilvy Award-Winning Case History
  • Case No. 1. Unlocking the Magic of Oreo
  • Part II: Understanding the Nature of the Problem
  • Case No. 2. How Magazines Have Used Market Research Effectively to Increase Their Circulation
  • Case No. 3. Major Retail Center Recovers from Economic Decline Thanks to Market Research
  • Case No. 4. Marketing Research for Product Development: The History of ATMs
  • Case No. 5. Local Partnerships: The Strategic Asset in Multicultural Research
  • Part III: Looking Beyond the “Easy” Answer
  • Case No. 6. Two Advertising Budgets Compared on Retail Dollars in a Controlled Experiment
  • Case No. 7. Gaining Insight from Scanner Tracking
  • Part IV: Getting the Right Measure
  • Case No. 8. Use of Flexible Moving Averages with Small Weekly Samples to Diagnose Advertising Effects
  • Case No. 9. Marketing Research Solidifies the Canadian Jell-O Market
  • Part V: Integrating Measures
  • Case No. 10. Improving Brand Sales Through a Package Design Assessment
  • Case No. 11. The DesignLab Paradigm: How Consumer Research Accelerates the Development Process
  • Part VI: Results Without Spending a Lot
  • Case No. 12. Measuring Advertising Effectiveness and the Impact of Public Service Campaigns
  • Case No. 13. The Oppenheimer Fund Story: From 14 Million to 27 Billion
  • Case No. 14. How Finding the Right Visual Cues Leads to More Effective Communication
  • Index
  • Reference Notes Included

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