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Thank you again so much for all of your tremendously hard and FAST work to secure us the research data in time, and to even get us your analysis deck earlier than we even anticipated! During that crazy sprint before the Christmas break being able to get extra thinking time to leverage the data was really appreciated.

With your help, we were able to successfully translate the findings to a finalised narrative and whitepaper outline pre-holidays, enabling the team to focus on finalising the whitepaper and supplementing it with case studies and quotes post holidays.

Sophia Brockman
International planning Director, APAC & EMEA
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6 games to enhance your creativity
6 games to enhance your creativity
6 games you can play that will lead your team to more creative thinking.
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How to use data sources: Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT)
How to use data sources: Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT)
This is about the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) data, who can use it and how to use it.
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Detecting Dodgy Research Data
Detecting Dodgy Research Data
The vast majority of online panel members are genuine and honest, but there are always a few spoilsports that we need to look out for. There are a number of checks we do to ensure the data our clients receive is accurate and reliable.
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10 ways to get “look at me” content – Part 2
10 ways to get “look at me” content – Part 2
Here you will find another five tips on how to create newsworthy research content.
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10 ways to get “look at me” content – Part 1
10 ways to get “look at me” content – Part 1
Here you will find five (it’s actually six – bonus!) tips on how to try and reach that content story which doesn’t shout ‘look at me, look at me!’, but which simply turns heads as it walks past…
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Online Research – How to interpret country differences in your data
Online Research – How to interpret country differences in your data
Our handy guide on interpreting international data will show you how to compare results from one country to another.
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Best Practice Guide for Using Statistics in Communications
Best Practice Guide for Using Statistics in Communications
We have provided a short summary of the guide as a quick go-to read to give you an idea of what it’s all about.
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Research in PR – What size should my B2B sample be?
Research in PR – What size should my B2B sample be?
When you ask this question, you don’t want a lecture on statistical significance. You want to know – what sample size is sensible and will be accepted by journalists?
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