WASHINGTON and NEW YORK and LONDON, Jan. 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- MarketResearch.com published a blog post highlighting some of the most common market research mistakes that organizations make and how to correctly react to them. There are plenty of research mistakes an organization can face, but how they handle the situation will determine the outcome for the project.
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The blog focused on eight common mistakes:
- Not clearly defining your market research objectives.
- Conducting interesting, but useless, market research.
- Asking too many questions.
- UNDER analyzing the research.
- OVER analyzing the research.
- Selecting the wrong research firm or market research provider.
- Expecting research to provide all the answers.
- Viewing research as an expense rather than an investment.
In the blog, each mistake is discussed in depth with an incorrect, but common, reaction and the most appropriate reaction for each.
To see all the incorrect and correct reactions to these common market research mistakes, check out the blog post: http://hubs.ly/y0tF8D0.
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