Category Archives: Marketing Research

Looking at Text Analytics by Area of Expertise (Thoughts from Sentiment Analytics Symposium 2012) Sentiment Analysis is a terribly difficult problem. The problem is in defining the problem – the input is the problem – but you can’t avoid it, IT IS the future, and I’m very optimistic about it! Professor Bing Liu started off the […]

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Today’s Most Popular and Least Understood Research Tool Explained…Sort Of Those of you interested in the Next Gen Market Research area of Text Analytics may find this series on ‘Text Analytics for (Very Smart) Dummies’ of interest. IIR’s Marc Dresner, ahead of their Tech Driven Market Research Event has posed the question “what really is […]

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Text Analytics News Interview Text Analytics News posted a Q&A with myself and Seth Grimes on their blog. We were asked how we have seen the field develop and what we think is to come. While our answers to specific questions differed slightly, we we’re both very optimistic about the future. You can read the […]

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Social Media Analytics Expert Interview Series: Part 2 of 2 Last week ahead of the Social Media Analytics Summit, Useful Social Media published the second part of their Expert Interview Series. Incidentally, this week in the current issue of Inside Research (“The Bible of the Market Research Industry”), IR also published the results of a […]

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Interesting Q&A about Social Media and Text Analytics Text Analytics News just published an interesting panel interview on the Social Media Summit website with myself, Dana Jacob who is Sr. Manager of Social Media Insights & Analytics of Yahoo!, Judy Pastor who is Principal Operations Research Manager of American Airlines, Usher Lieberman Director of Corporate […]

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