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Netflix’s Dave Decelle’s Quest to Capture Moments of Truth
(Hey, that’s our quest too!)

  Just listened to this recent podcast from The Market Research Event Blog featuring Netflix’s Director of Consumer Insights Dave Decelle in which Decelle explains why his Consumer Insights team has foregone traditional recall-based research methods for those that are aimed at capturing “Moments of Truth.” Here at Dialsmith, we […]

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New Look, Better Content, Same Dialsmith

We’ve launched our new website today, and while we’re guessing this isn’t inspiring you to do a happy dance the way it is for us, we’ve made some rather significant upgrades that we think you’ll like and will hopefully keep you coming back for more. Here are some changes we […]

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The Psychology Behind In-The-Moment Market Research (Part II)

Q&A with Dr. Ali Goode, Partner at house51 and expert in behavioral economics and the psychology of learning and memory. Here’s the second part of our conversation with Dr. Ali Goode. And check out Part 1 if you missed it. Q: Two concepts that seem to speak to the challenges of recall are Interference Theory (forgetting occurs […]

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The Psychology Behind In-The-Moment Market Research (Part I)

Q&A with Dr. Ali Goode, Partner at house51 and expert in behavioral economics and the psychology of learning and memory. Here at Dialsmith we’re all about being in-the-moment. Not so much in the “carpe diem” way, but more so as the market research methodology—seeing how our solutions and services help clients understand the in-the-moment perceptions, […]

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Delving Deeper into Emotional Response and Moment-to-Moment Research with Sarah Evans and Joy Hackenbracht

           Sarah Evans, PhD.                          Joy Hackenbracht, PhD.       (Images courtesy of Fors Marsh Group) We’re always on the lookout for expert insights and opinions on moment-to-moment research.  A recent article entitled, “Hooked On […]

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Talking Politics & Message Testing with Glover Park Group’s Adam Slater

  Adam Slater doesn’t mind talking politics; it’s one of the many things his job entails.  Adam—now a director in the Research Division at DC–based The Glover Park Group (GPG)—was the director of research operations at Greenberg Quinlan Rosner (GQR) where he handled a boatload of political and public opinion research […]

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Why Google and EA Sports are turning fall into GIF giving season

Those magic seconds… whether it’s reaching your audience with the right message at just the right time or understanding what he or she is thinking in the moment, in advertising, as in advertising research, we know those magic seconds are what matters most. That’s why it was so intriguing to […]

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Hey Online Advertisers… Better Make Those First Two Seconds Count

(photo courtesy of Facebook.com) Interesting AdWeek article discussing the new online video advertising viewability metrics announced by the Media Ratings Council over the past few weeks. While online advertisers acknowledge the need for a standard, the new metrics have ruffled some feathers because advertisers will now be paying for ad […]

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Slidermetrix For All!

  We here at Dialsmith are excited to announce that we’ve hit an exciting milestone today for Slidermetrix. After closing a successful Beta testing period, we’re pleased to announce the general availability of Slidermetrix. We’ve spent the last 12 months putting Slidermetrix through a rigorous test drive and we’ve seen great […]