Ethnography is a qualitative research method derived from the fieldwork practices of anthropology. It is often characterised by its emphasis on spending extended periods of time with people or groups of people to generate/create a holistic picture of cultural practices.
EFM stands for Enterprise Feedback Management. Leaders are constantly seeking new ways to drive customer-centricity throughout their organisations.
An evaluation is a systematic collection and analysis of data in order to assess the strengths and weaknesses of a project, programme or policy.
Exploratory research refers to research that is initiated to learn and explore a topic – this can be bout a category, market, segments or even for opportunities. As such exploratory research sits firmly in the qualitative research domain – being one of the raison d'etre for qualitative…
Emotions are physiological reactions to a stimulus.
Reach is expressed as the number or percentage of a target audience (households or individuals) exposed to a piece of content (programme, article or advertising message for example).
Experimental Design is generally understood in two different senses, a broader one and a more narrow one.
Engagement is defined by absorption or immersion into the sitauation we attend to.
Effective CPM refers to the effective cost per thousand impressions generated by a digital media campaign (where "thousand" is represented by the Latin 'mille').
Understanding emotional response is a critical dimension to assessing the strength and effectiveness of all types of marketing elements from concepts to advertising, product experience, fragrance, packaging and promotion of all kinds.