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- Ad Tracking: Periodic or continuous in-market research to monitor a brand’s performance using measures such as brand awareness, brand preference, and product usage.
- Advertising Research: Used to predict copy testing or track the efficacy of advertisements for any medium, measured by the ad’s ability to get attention (measured with Attention Tracking), communicate the message, build the brand’s image, and motivate the consumer to purchase the product or service.
- Brand Equity Research: How favorably do consumers view the brand?
- Brand Association Research: What do consumers associate with the brand?
- Brand Attribute Research: What are the key traits that describe the brand promise?
- Brand Name Testing: What do consumers feel about the names of the products?
- Commercial Eye Tracking Research: Examine advertisements, package designs, websites, etc. by analyzing visual behavior of the consumer.
- Concept Testing: To test the acceptance of a concept by target consumers.
- Coolhunting: To make observations and predictions in changes of new or existing cultural trends in areas such as fashion, music, films, television, youth culture and lifestyle.
- Buyer Decision Making Process Research: To determine what motivates people to buy and what decision-making process they use; over the last decade, Neuromarketing emerged from the convergence of neuroscience and marketing, aiming to understand consumer decision making process.
- Copy Testing: Predicts in-market performance of an ad before it airs by analyzing audience levels of attention, brand linkage, motivation, entertainment, and communication, as well as breaking down the ad’s flow of attention and flow of emotion.
- Customer Satisfaction Research: Quantitative or qualitative studies that yields an understanding of a customer’s satisfaction with a transaction.
- Demand Estimation: To determine the approximate level of demand for the product.
- Distribution Channel Audits: To assess distributors’ and retailers’ attitudes toward a product, brand, or company.
- Internet Strategic Intelligence: Searching for customer opinions in the Internet: chats, forums, web pages, blogs… where people express freely about their experiences with products, becoming strong opinion formers.
- Marketing Effectiveness and Analytics: Building models and measuring results to determine the effectiveness of individual marketing activities.
- Mystery Consumer or Mystery Shopping: An employee or representative of the market research firm anonymously contacts a salesperson and indicates he or she is shopping for a product. The shopper then records the entire experience. This method is often used for quality control or for researching competitors’ products.
- Positioning Research: How does the target market see the brand relative to competitors? What does the brand stand for?
- Price Elasticity Testing: To determine how sensitive customers are to price changes.
- Sales Forecasting: To determine the expected level of sales given the level of demand. With respect to other factors like advertising expenditure, sales promotion etc.
- Segmentation Research: To determine the demographic, psychographic, and behavioral characteristics of potential buyers.
- Online Panel: A group of individual who accepted to respond to marketing research online.
- Store Audit: To measure the sales of a product or product line at a statistically selected store sample in order to determine market share, or to determine whether a retail store provides adequate service.
- Test Marketing: A small-scale product launch used to determine the likely acceptance of the product when it is introduced into a wider market.
- Viral Marketing Research: Refers to marketing research designed to estimate the probability that specific communications will be transmitted throughout an individual’s Social Network. Estimates of Social Networking Potential (SNP) are combined with estimates of selling effectiveness to estimate ROI on specific combinations of messages and media.
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) is an American multinational semiconductor company based in Sunnyvale, California, United States, that develops computer processors and related technologies for business and consumer markets. While initially it manufactured its own processors, the company became fabless after GlobalFoundries was spun off in 2009. AMD’s main products include microprocessors, motherboard chipsets, embedded processors and graphics processors for servers, workstations and personal computers, and embedded systems applications.
AMD is the second-largest global supplier of microprocessors based on the x86 architecture and also one of the largest suppliers of graphics processing units. It also owns 8.6% of Spansion, a supplier of non-volatile flash memory.
AMD is the only significant rival to Intel in the central processor (CPU) market for (x86 based) personal computers. Since acquiring ATI in 2006, AMD and its competitor Nvidia have dominated the discrete graphics processor unit (GPU) market.
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