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Episode Show Notes: How to Get Consumer Perception Surveys Right?

Ad Watchers season two is underway. In this second episode of the season, hosts La Toya and Eric are joined by a special guest, Professor Joel Steckel. Professor Steckel is a Marketing Professor at the Stern School of Business at New York University and the Vice Dean for Doctoral Education. He joins in on a dynamic conversation centered on consumer perception surveys. In season one’s episode, “What Does it Mean to Have a “Reasonable Basis” Standard,” your hosts promised loyal listeners a conversation addressing reliable consumer surveys.

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What Does it Take to Get Consumer Perception Surveys Right?

Consumer perception surveys are notoriously difficult to get right – from what you ask, to who you ask, to how you ask it, there is a lot of room for things to go wrong.

In this episode of Ad Watchers, hosts provide an overview of some of the biggest points to consider when creating consumer perception surveys, such as whether it has an appropriate universe and a representative sample, how to determine if you have a well-designed questionnaire, and how to use these surveys effectively at NAD. Hosts were also joined by Joel Steckel, marketing professor and the vice dean for doctoral education at NYU’s Stern School of Business, who spoke about his philosophy on survey design, the importance of how respondents interpret questions, and the most common mistakes companies make when it comes to designing surveys.

For more information about this episode, read the show notes here.

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