Tag Archives: social research

Listening – What is an Insight?

I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Professor Allie Siarto of Michigan State University on listening. The podcast is here:
We had a pretty freewheeling discussion on listening. Readers of Listen First or this blog will be familiar with my […]

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Conversition’s Annie Pettit on Social Research

Social researcher Annie Pettit sat for an interview at the Advertising Research Foundations “Audience Measurement 5.0” in 2010. It was a fascinating conversation concerned with social research vs. monitoring, the need for sampling and weighting, disambiguation, and a host of […]

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Dell’s Holiday Gift: Listening, Engaging and Acting Across the Web

Dell’s Manish Mehta introduced Dell’s “Social Media Listening Command Center.” Listening in 11 languages, it shows Dell’s commitment to listening has markedly increased and seems to be a major upgrade. The listening team will escalate and involve other departments as […]

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