30 May 2019

Webinar | Who Cares about Data Quality?

FREE On-Demand L&E Webinar

On June 26th, 2019 we hosted our second webinar of the year focusing on the topic of data quality. Want to learn what the leaders in our industry are doing to get better data, and therefore, getting better insights? Do you want them to explain how they improved their data as a result of actual research they performed to understand consumer behavior and study flaws to deliver better research outcomes?

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Tagged: Quantitative Research, Qualitative Research, Market Research, Webinar, Respondents, Participants, Data Collection, Emotion

18 Apr 2018

Webinar Recording | 6 Steps to Perfect Qual- Step 2: Qualitative Research Recruitment

6 Steps to Perfect Qual - Free L&E Webinar Series

On April 11, 2018, L&E hosted our second webinar in our "Six Steps to Perfect Qual" webinar series for 2018 with Teressa Johnson, Heather Hall and Brett Watkins as our panelists. The second step in our series focused on qualitative research recruiting and its importance to great qualitative research.  

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Tagged: Focus Groups, Qualitative Research, Market Research, Webinar, Qualitative Research Design, Respondents, Participants

06 Mar 2018

More time to focus on the good (participants)

Looking for respondents who wear glasses three times a week, eat steak tartare once a month, and go for just one run a year (every January)?

In our last blog, we discussed the power in using recruitment software to fend off and quarantine problem participants, such as those troublesome ‘professionals’. The latest technology and quality recruitment methods take care of these problem participants for us – allowing us to move on and focus on the good. 

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Tagged: Focus Groups, Recruiting, Qualitative Research, Market Research, Qualitative Research Design, Participants

22 Feb 2018

The myth of cheaters and repeaters - An insider’s look into qualitative research participants

If you think professional respondents and problem participants are disrupting the quality of your insight, then you’ve fallen for the tired propaganda of those on a mission to steer clients away from qualitative research.

That’s right, it’s a myth.

Of course, professional participants do exist, and a lot of people only want to help for the sake of the incentive. But the thing is, they don’t actually prove a problem for qualitative researchers. It’s not because these people don’t try to cause a problem, but it’s because as an industry we have barricades in place to fend them off completely. And if they slip through, we have the knowhow to quarantine them before they can affect the insight. Therefore, although cheaters and repeaters do exist, they just don’t make it in the world of qual – and certainly not in our panels.

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Tagged: Focus Groups, Recruiting, Qualitative Research, Market Research, Qualitative Research Design, Participants

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