The Lightspeed Financial Services Group (FSG) recently reported on consumer trends and reactions regarding data breaches, personal loans and credit card acquisitions, and we now turn to credit card comparison shopping. In our latest post, we explore how digital marketing is more important today in establishing awareness, but digital tools also make it easier for prospective cardholders to compare multiple cards.
The recent uproar over the Australian Cricket team's ball tampering incident has incited many comments from all kinds of punters; fans and non-fans of the game alike. To tap into how Australians really feel, Lightspeed ran an overnight poll among a nationally representative sample size of 300 respondents on the 26 March 2018.
79% of respondents were aware of the incident, and just over half of these considered themselves cricket fans. Even if you are not a fan, chances are you have heard of this incident as an Australian.
We are living in an era of change, and one fundamental human right being addressed now is the injustice and imbalance of how certain groups are perceived in society and how it affects their advancement in life. At the heart of this change is progress in women’s rights globally and the desire to create a more equal society.
Topics: Marketing Research Data
The marriage of brands and data can often be a platonic affair; sometimes loveless, but at the same time accepted as just the way things are.
We hear about the rate of consumer change, but what do these behaviour’s look like when it comes to a traditional holiday season? We took a look at the intentions for 1500 panellists from five of our panels where Chinese New Year will be celebrated… what did we find?
A study from Lightspeed reveals 8% of Taiwanese people intend to give more than US$200 in each Red Packet.
Bold, creative, fast insights requires not only high quality respondents, but effective and efficient quality control methods. If you use untruthful data, you or your clients are ultimately being misguided in the business decisions that you are basing off of these facts and figures. So, what can we do to avoid this and drive ‘quality’ into the right direction?
The GRIT 2017 Q3-Q4 Report is now available for download at GreenBook, and below you can find one of the key sections: the Challenges & Opportunities for the industry. Jon Puleston of Lightspeed, with contributions from Ryan Soulet of the MSU MMR program and Tom Anderson of OdinText, led the charge in analyzing thousands of verbatim responses to the questions we asked about challenges, solutions, and opportunities for the industry in the year ahead. This gives us a quick read on where the “heads and hearts” of researchers are and offers a glimpse of where the industry may be going. This blog first appeared on the GreenBook blog as part of their GRIT Sneak Peek.
Change. It’s a concept that some professionals fear, while others embrace head on. It’s also inevitable, and in the marketing research space we must adapt to how consumer behavior and technology are forcing us to change the way we collect data from the modern respondent. First and foremost, they’re wanting to participate in research on mobile devices, but adapting survey research isn’t always easy or straightforward. We can’t ask a long list of questions we want answers to; we need to write questions that people want to answer. Gone are the data-entry centric, prescriptive question formats, and in are conversational question formats.
With less than two week to go, it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. But what does this look like to Australian consumers?
‘Tis the season to be jolly but it is also the season to know your consumer…even better than the rest of year, that is! We asked our Australian mobile and tablet respondents about a few of their plans for the festive period. Here’s what they told us.