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What is Marketing Research? Examples and Best Practices

Userpilot

Marketing research is essentially a method utilized by companies to collect valuable information regarding their target market. Through the common practice of conducting market research, companies gather essential information that enables them to make informed decisions and develop products that resonate with consumers.

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Maximizing Insights by Leveraging the Benefits of Integrating Market Research and User Research

The Product Coalition

Photo by Dylan Gillis on Unsplash Market research and user experience research (UXR) are often confused as being the same thing, but they are actually distinct fields with their own goals and methods. To choose the appropriate research method for the business, it’s important to clarify the problem we are trying to solve.

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How to do Market Research: a Step-by-Step Guide

Userpilot

Looking for the best way to do market research? From framing your initial question to extracting valuable customer insights, we’ll walk you through the lean market research process step-by-step. Get ready to empower your decisions with real-world market intelligence. Why should you do market research?

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How Digital Product Managers Can Perform Effective Market Research

The Product Coalition

Market research is the process of gathering information about your business's buyer personas, target audiences and customers. Market research also helps to provide a deeper understanding of the varying market factors, such as the nature of the market, the problems of the users, and the value of what you are building.

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5 Costly Branding Mistakes

UX Planet

By Mary Moore, copywriter at Shakuro Branding holds the promise of propelling your venture to new heights, capturing hearts, and securing your place in the market. The last thing you need is to stumble into the abyss of bad branding, a place where countless others have lost their way. Yet, it’s a double-edged sword.

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The Importance of “Fan Building” for Companies: Case Studies, User Research (Part 1)

freshtrax

At btrax, we conduct user interviews to visualize needs and guide service optimization by interviewing users in our North American target audience. What is the value of conducting user interviews that market research alone cannot reveal? Mana (Business Producer): This year, btrax conducted user research in the U.S.

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Generative vs Evaluative Research Methods: A Breakdown

Userpilot

Generative vs evaluative research methods are two techniques for conducting user research when managing your product. Both UX research methods are different but provide valuable insights to help your product development process. Userpilot is a great tool for performing generative and evaluative research.