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Boosting Recollective Activity Socialization

Recollective presents participants with numerous opportunities to collaborate and connect as a community. Primarily, this collaboration takes place within either Discussion Topics or Activity Response Streams.

While participants are quick to collaborate within Discussions, the social features available for Activities are sometimes overlooked by both researchers and community participants.

This is likely because thread-based discussion forums have been around for decades now, but in the context of research, activity response streams are often a new concept for researchers and participants.

Inadvertently overlooking response streams is a shame. Doing so is a missed opportunity to socialize as much as possible and, in turn, generate more feedback, especially given the insightful, creative thought that participants tend to contribute within Activities. Drawing more attention to these responses will generate new ideas – ideas that would otherwise be untapped – and will encourage more and better responses.

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Why shift to online qual research?

Posted on August 22, 2017 by Josh Barr

Information today is being collected and analyzed in an ever quicker and easier fashion to help decision makers stay informed. The qualitative research industry is no different.

In this blog post, we’ll describe five important reasons for researchers to contemplate introducing online qualitative research methods into their portfolio of services.

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The Market Research Event 2011 #TMRE #MRX

The count down is on. Ramius' TMRE team is gathering their supplies, finalizing their conference strategy and saying their good-byes. This Sunday Phillipe Dame, Simon Chen (@sylc) and Alfred Jay will be jetting off to sunny Orlando where they will be meeting up with the who's who of the Market Research community.

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Where Would We Be Without Our Stakeholders? Pt. II

How many Market Researchers does it take to design the ultimate online qualitative research tool? We hope a handful will do it!

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To Conference or Not to Conference?

I’m not sure about other industries out there, but in the software industry there seems to be an endless number of conferences around the world each year that all seem advantageous for one reason or another. Upon opening my eReader every day I am constantly bombarded with references to, comments on, re-caps of or announcements for different conferences. To me, a relative newbie in this space, they all seem incredibly interesting and informative, but beyond that are they really worth it?

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Upcoming AMARamius Webcast: "Real Research in a Virtual World"

From time-to-time, Ramius has the opportunity to work with the American Marketing Association to produce some interesting content for its members. We're pleased to announce our next Ramius-sponsored webcast on Wednesday, September 14th:

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A New Opportunity

Ramius is first and foremost a social software company. Our focus from day 1 has been to build exceptional online communities and enterprise social networks. Over the course of the past decade or so, we've amassed a wealth of experience of how to apply this kind of technology and have achieved some amazing business results. Our team has built social networks for organizations ranging from high-tech software behemoths to federal government agencies. We've implemented and managed global partner and customer networks for some of the world's largest companies and at the same time created small collaborative workspaces for startups and local not-for-profit organizations.

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