I certainly am, and that’s why OdinText will sponsor this year’s Useful Business Analytics Summit in Boston, June 10-11. Perhaps what makes the event most unique is the promise that you won’t see one single salesy presentation - not even one of our excellent OdinText case studies. Why not? Vendors aren’t allowed to present at the Summit, speakerwise this is a CLIENT SIDE ONLY event
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NGMR Software and Forward Looking MR Clients can make it happen in 2013!
[Re-posted from OdinText blog]
There’s lots of talk about Marketing Research professionals missing the boat on Big Data.
I’m more optimistic in this area - Why?
Marketing research professionals who typically do customer segmentation work, even if it’s typically on smaller data sets (1500-4000 records) have EXACTLY [...]
April 29th, 2011 · No Comments
Q&A Prior to Monday’s Free Text Analytics and Customer Service Webinar
Steve Rappaport, Director, Knowledge Solutions of The ARF (Advertising Research Foundation) and author of Listen First! Turning Social Media Conversations into Business Advantage interviewed me on his blog this week.
Ahead of our joint ARF Webinar on using Text Analytics for Customer Service, he asked [...]
April 21st, 2011 · 2 Comments
Interview on Influence with Social Media Citizens
I was interviewed by Giedrius Ivanauskas on behalf of both Social Media Citizens and Social Marketing Forum earlier today. I found his questions rather interesting, as they’re not the type of things I typically get asked by market researchers. It was sort of interesting thinking about the questions both [...]
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March 30th, 2011 · 4 Comments
News this morning is that Saas CRM company Salesforce.com purchased Social Media Monitoring (Text Analytics) Company Radian6 for $326 Million.
I heard a rumor two weeks ago that one of the potential runner ups suitors might have been a marketing research firm. Either way this is exactly the convergence I’ve been talking about here on the [...]