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What is Dial Testing?

Dialsmith has been in the dial testing game for a long time. As the developer of the Perception Analyzer dial testing tools and services for focus groups and surveys, we support global clients with in-person and online research every day. However, if you’re new to dial testing, you probably have […]

The Main Stage at the STORY 2017 conference

STORY 2017 Conference: Top 5 Takeaways

A conference that breaks the mold is a very good thing It’s not often that you leave a conference so impressed and inspired that you want to tell everyone about it, but that’s exactly how I feel about STORY 2017. STORY is an event for more than just creative and […]

Mystique Marketing at Supreme New York City

The holy grail of marketing is crafting an experience that others want to share. Here is my story about how mystique, 2 hand stamps and a queue on a New York City street led to a highly memorable retail experience. (Originally posted on davidpaull.com)  Mystique Marketing To the Supreme… If you’re […]

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Media-Rich Data Collection Techniques for Online Surveys: Proceed with Smarts

Emojis are Not Valid ‘Media-Rich’ Data In this recent Qualtrics post, the authors explored some potential drawbacks of media-rich data collection techniques for surveys; elements such as star ratings, emojis for emotional response, sliders, etc. Their position is that these complex elements should be minimized because not all respondents will […]

The Skinny on Microsoft Video Pulse

Image courtesy of WinBeta. Lenny Murphy’s recent GreenBook article on Microsoft’s entry into the moment-to-moment data collection game, via their Video Pulse product, is a good read and I admit it’s cool technology. As Dialsmith’s founder and CEO, and someone who’s worked to evolve and refine moment-to-moment tools and methods for more […]

10 Things Our Dials & Sliders Rated in 2015

Keeping up with our tradition of highlighting some of our more interesting and memorable projects of the year, this time we’re going bigger with 10 things our dials and sliders rated in 2015. (psst…we actually snuck in 11 so start scrolling and get them out!). Chronological order…no favoritism here! 1. […]