As a former journalist, I always try not to bury the lead. So here it is. Ninety percent of what is reported in most market research studies is already known. Real value comes from reporting the 10% your audience doesn’t know. Never is this more important than when you’re reporting to your senior leadership team. […]
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Jim White is the co-founder of qualitative market research firm RealityCheck. Jim has more than 20 years of experience in consumer insights, marketing and strategy working for Fortune 500 brands. As an advocate of online qualitative research and analysis, he has been instrumental in the design and development of online research platforms and analytical approaches for RealityCheck.
Based on conducting hundreds of online qual studies, this is his take on using insights technology for both consumer and B2B market research studies.
Jim White, Co-founder and Human Insights Strategist at qualitative market research firm RealityCheck, shares five best practices for conducting online focus groups and IDIs.
Empathic Experiences: How Brand Teams Can Build More Human Relationships with their Consumers and Customers
Jim Chastain and Jim White, Founders and Human Insight Strategists at RealityCheck, on how brands can build more human relationships with their consumers and customers through empathic experiences.
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Marketers already know 90% of what’s reported in marketing research studies. We focus on the 10% they don’t know. It’s the 10% that leads to deeper insights and bigger opportunities. We call that the 90/10 rule. And it’s why we focus 90% of our efforts on what the 10% our clients don’t already know. Our […]
For many, the first thing that comes to mind when they think of ethnographic research is an anthropologist deeply immersed in the environment of other people and cultures.
In market research, ethnography has meant researchers entering the homes, businesses and shopping environments of people to see firsthand how they live, work, shop and buy.
Jim White, Founding Partner and Human Insights Strategist at qualitative market research firm company RealityCheck Consulting, on the role empathic listening and Attunement play in conducting market research for deeper consumer insights. RealityCheck Is More Than A Market Research Firm. We’re a global partnership of experienced creative facilitators, strategic conceptual analysts, and storytellers who believe […]
Jim White, Human Insights Strategist at Market Research firm RealityCheck, on the advantages of using Online Qual for agile consumer and B2B research studies. RealityCheck Is More Than A Market Research Firm. We’re a global partnership of experienced creative facilitators, strategic conceptual analysts, and storytellers who believe in the power of human insight to make […]
Jim White, Human Insights Strategist and Co-Founder of market research firm RealityCheck, shares how to apply human insight methods to concept testing and optimization for consumer research. By revealing the language and imagery in your positioning, messaging or new product concepts that are most meaningful to people and have the most potential to express your brand’s […]