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Qualitative marketing research involves a natural or observational examination of the philosophies that govern consumer behavior. The direction and framework of the research is often revised as new information is gained, allowing the researcher to evaluate issues and subjects in an in-depth manner.
Conducting qualitative research is about asking the right people the right questions in the right format, says Hannah Baker Hitzhusen, vice president of qualitative research at CMI, a market research firm in Atlanta. What qual researchers do is very much on the front end, it is discovery or exploratory work.
Qualitative Designs Successful qualitative market research allows you to connect with your target audience and evoke feedback that answers why people do what they do. At Insights in Marketing, our in-person and technology-based qualitative designs go beyond the surface of top-of-mind reactions and behavior traits. Use qualitative marketing research, the tool successful companies like Proctor & Gamble and Disney use to get to know their customers. Expert Cheryl Ladd walks you through the best practices and process of gathering qualitative research.
Popular qualitative market research methods include focus group studies, depth interviews triads (one interviewer, two respondents, and dyads (one interviewer, one respondent,) and observational techniques such as ethnography and, popular in marketing research, photo ethnography. What is Qualitative Research? Qualitative Research Definition: Qualitative research is a market research method that focuses on obtaining data through open-ended and conversational communication. This method is not only about “what” people think but also “why” they think so.