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To find out how to make sure your research leave a lasting impact, we spoke with insights experts about how they communicate insights successfully inside their companies. Here are the four major tips we heard that you should adopt inside your own organization.
Trying to assemble a coherent story by piecing together data from different research studies is a messy and frustrating process. With the release of Public Stories, you can drive greater visibility to the topics and themes that matter most across your customer research.
Despite having some sort of knowledge management system in place, most marketing organizations would agree that asking questions of their existing research is still an extremely frustrating and unrewarding process. Here are five signs to look for that may indicate your knowledge management system just isn’t cutting it.
The KnowledgeHound team is on the road this April and May with three upcoming conferences. Interested in seeing if we're coming to a town near you? Get a detailed breakdown of each major event we'll be attending over the next two months.
Analyze your open ended survey questions with KnowledgeHound's new text analytics system. Identify sentiment scores and pinpoint the right responses from any open ended question in seconds.
Learn more about the latest re-design for our analytics page which comes withe new ability to combine response options to simplify your analysis.
KnowledgeHound recently released its Search API, opening the doors to organizations who want to include our survey-level search results in their existing proprietary tools or knowledge management systems
It’s challenging to convey the real world application of complex data to the people who use it. But in marketing, data is meaningless without context. That’s why market research presentations must communicate a clear message and hold an audience’s attention.
Tech Hacks for Market Researchis a running series where we highlight interesting, thought provoking, and sometimes crazy ideas related to the intersection of technology, brand strategy, and market research.
Think of the different software and apps you use on a daily basis: Microsoft Word, Gmail, Facebook. Now think back to when you first started using these programs. Do you remember the exact moment where they became an indispensable part of your everyday life? Probably not.
Over the past six months, I have been working tirelessly to get the sales organization up and running here at KnowledgeHound.
Our recent blog post Why is it so hard to find your past research? discussed why you need a solution that can easily get you to the relevant data point in a document.
Throughout history, very few industries have been able to survive without embracing new technologies. The market research world is one of the last holdouts in modern society.
Wow, thank you, thank YOU! Here at KnowledgeHound we are so grateful to everyone who voted and helped us win the 2015 Tech.Co Reader’s Choice Award.
In a world where knowledge is extremely accessible, it’s staggering how hard it is to find existing, reliable data to support business decisions.
It’s no secret that every person inside of a marketing organization, regardless of function, hates the current process for re-examining past consumer research.
In 1999, an innovative cloud computing company called SalesForce entered the market with a mission to change the way sales teams store and organize their complex relationships with customers.
Just the other day, we sat down with a client to map out the current process their team goes through to find a data point from an existing research study of theirs. Not to our surprise, the process turned out to look like one giant game of telephone.
While artificial intelligence (AI) may sound like the thing of science fiction movies, it is actually very real, and it’s taking over many aspects of the way the world operates today, from healthcare to education to banking. One of the newest types of AI is called machine learning, and it will almost certainly end up revolutionizing the field of market research.
KnowledgeHound, in partnership with The Garage Group, will be hosting a panel discussion at WeWork Fulton Market on how big companies can learn to innovate like a startup. The event will be held on October 5th at 6pm and those interested can register here!
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