2017 Year in Review - Hook Research
Qualitative Market Research
18/12/2017

Hook Research in 2017: a Year in Review

As the year comes to a close, we've been looking back at the many different projects we've been lucky enough to work on in 2017. To celebrate we thought we'd share some of our favourite stats from the past 365 days at Hook Research. Take a look below! 2017 was a…
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MRG Conference 2017 - Hook Research
Qualitative Market Research
06/12/2017

3 Big Takeaways from the MRG Conference 2017 ‘Body of Evidence’

We’re back and buzzing from a day of exciting talks at the MRG Conference 2017! From prediction markets to galvanic skin responses and Christmas pornography (we've hidden a great little tweet from Tim Barber, BDRC at the end of the blog) - there was lots to soak up from this…
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Qualitative Market Research
26/11/2017

The VoxBox: a new way to track engagement with video content

Combining the latest e-gaming technology with classic qualitative methods, Hook Research has developed the VoxBox - a powerful, new tool that helps our clients understand the precise moments in video content that are connecting with audiences. Have a quick look at this video to see the VoxBox in action: http://vimeo.com/244455264…
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07/11/2017

Big Data, AI, and Market Research: Keeping us Foxy

A contradiction lies at the heart of modern research: although predicting things remains extremely difficult, modern technology and big data has led to the frequent expectation that it should be easy to solve the most complex of problems. What increasing amounts of data has done is allow us to better…
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MRS Kids & Youth Insights Conference 2018
Qualitative Market Research
26/10/2017

MRS Panel – Making it real: finding authenticity in modern media products

We're thrilled to announce that we will be chairing a panel conversation at the MRS Kids & Youth Insights Conference on Thursday, 25 January 2018 in London. Hook Research has been working with a number of our clients over the past year to better understand what 'realness' and 'authenticity' looks like in…
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25/10/2017

Introducing Social Intelligence – where AI meets Qualitative Research

At Hook Research we’ve been working with data science company Signify to produce Social Intelligence – an exciting new process that is sure to change the way you think about consumer research… The best research and strategy is grounded in meticulous and open-minded analysis, using diverse techniques and taking into account…
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Qualitative Recruitment - Hook Research
Qualitative Market Research
19/10/2017

Here comes GDPR: The changing face of qualitative recruitment

Francesca is the Field Manager at Hook Research. In the midst of double-checking that our processes and forms are up-to-date per the new GDPR guidelines,  she took some time to sit down with us and talk about the evolution of qualitative recruitment throughout her career and what changes might be coming down…
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Podcast Ads - Hook Research
Media Research
16/10/2017

‘I’m Just Looking for That Personal Connection’: Stories & Podcast Ads

With monthly podcast listenership increasing by 75% over the past 4 years, it’s unsurprising that people are starting to pay serious attention to this audio upstart. This is particularly true in the USA, where monthly podcast penetration has now reached 24% (the same amount of online Americans who use Twitter). As consumers have started to interact…
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Semiotic Analysis
04/09/2017

Believing is Seeing: Sports Imagery and Semiotics

‘Football matters, as poetry does to some people and alcohol does to others… Football is inherent in the people… There is more eccentricity in deliberately disregarding it than in devoting a life to it. The way we play the game, organize it and reward it reflects the kind of community…
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Hook Research - Connecting with Teen Viewers
Media Research
17/08/2017

Building the connection between broadcasters and their teen viewers

For teen viewers, today’s media landscape is far removed from the one known by their parents. Content is now encountered (and expected to sit) across an immense variety of digital spaces: Facebook, Spotify, Stitcher, Snapchat, YouTube, WhatsApp, Netflix, iTunes… the list goes on. Into this mix, add the increased availability…
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