Our infographic, showing how Super Bowl audiences think about surveys, compared to other research methods, to measure reactions to ads.
Companies use a variety of research techniques to gauge the effectiveness of their advertising. Among the most common are surveys, analyses of social media reactions, and the measurement of brain activity. Sometimes, more than one approach is used, with each having its own strengths and weaknesses. According to a recent G&R study, consumers are still […]
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Digital advertising expenditures have been growing faster than television and surpassed them in 2016. If digital advertising is to assume the brand-building influence of TV, then several challenges will need to be addressed. Recently, advertisers have expressed concerns about the digital experience, and raised questions about the contribution of digital advertising to long-term advertising effect. […]
Claims Substantiation studies are a specialized type of marketing research, aimed at proving or disproving claims made in advertising. Claim research designs can vary significantly based on the type of claims to be made, and on the product category. However, as more claims cases are adjudicated, more principals for what is considered appropriate research support […]
An infographic showing G&R’s findings from our annual Super Bowl survey. For more detailed information, click here.
What type of phone you use says things about the type of person you are. According to new research from G&R, Android, iPhone, flip and land-line phone users differ demographically and attitudinally based on the kind of phone they use most often. These differences include how attentive and proactive a Super Bowl viewer you are, […]
Most people know that talking about themselves is not a good way to build relationships with others. Companies have learned a similar lesson – talking about product features resonates less with prospects than talking about benefits. The same seems to apply to political “selling” as well. (more…)
In a new study of advertising content that combined both neuro-physiological measures and traditional copy test measures, G&R has found that the two assessment approaches can yield different guidance when evaluating copy effectiveness. Commercials with strong emotional activation as measured by facial electromyography (fEMG) may not have high recall or persuasion, and visa-versa. In other […]
Problem: Settling for Engagement. As media choices grow, engagement has received interest as a metric for elevating cross-media assessment. All eyeballs are not equal and some media channels, particularly digital ones, assert they are better than others at delivering eyeballs that matter more to a particular brand. Engagement focuses on the qualitative side of communication […]