This week we’ve been reading about Social Media Research, Social Media, The Consumer Decision Making Process & the Future of Market ResearchContinue Reading →
I was going through my archives of presentations, papers etc I’ve written over the years and stumbled on to a presentation I prepared on writing qual recruitment screeners.
Boring, basic, who cares? Right? Well yes and no….
It is really my firm belief that the qual recruitment questionnaire is one of the most important parts […]Continue Reading →
I was very excited to hear today that our paper on Online Qualitative Research has been accepted for the AMSRS 2011 conference, Curiouser & Curiouser. The conference will be held on 8th & 9th September in Sydney, and will include speakers from all over Australia (and perhaps further a field? full line up is still […]Continue Reading →
When I was about 15 years old, we had one of my more talkative friends from Sydney come and stay with us in Brisbane for a week during school holidays. During dinner one night my father mortified me (which was his want) by saying to her
“You know, if you never let anyone else talk, […]Continue Reading →
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