Author: Emily Eichelberger

Client Voice: Deep Blue Insights and Revelation

by Emily Eichelberger

Revelation is your partner in qualitative research. The Revelation application suite supports some of the world’s top marketing and research agencies. By combining speed to insights with a wide variety of activity types, you can dig deep into your consumer’s emotions, behaviors and motivations. Watch what Kelli Lewis, Senior Account Executive of Deep Blue Insights has to say:   Activities…

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Introducing the New FV Revelation Participant Mobile App

by Emily Eichelberger

The FV Revelation Participant Mobile Application has been rebuilt! This rebuild aligns our mobile application with our web platform, offering more varied collector types for mobile activities…all while offering an improved participant user experience. I’ll be demonstrating all the new features at this week’s webinar. FV Revelation is FocusVision’s unique qualitative research platform that allows researchers to uncover consumer behaviors…

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Revelation Software Update August 2016: Daily Digest + Custom Invites

by Emily Eichelberger

Revelation Software Update August 2016: Daily Digest + Custom Invites Revelation is one of our unique qualitative research platforms that allow clients to uncover consumer behaviors with the ease and engagement of their favorite social media app. It’s the best solution for mobile diaries, insight communities and bulletin boards. We’ve recently added some exciting features to further increase participant engagement…

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Webinar

Understanding Social Media Video Sharing Behaviors and Motivations

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White Paper

More than Just a Lighthearted Activity: Understanding Social Media Video Sharing Behaviors and Motivations

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Case Study

Double Take: Connecting the Dots Between Millennial and Seasoned IT Decision Makers

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