By Matthew Bertram, Head of Strategy at EWR Digital & Co-Host of “The Unknown Secrets of Internet Marketing Podcast.”
Data-driven decision-making (DDDM) is just a fancy term for making intelligent decisions based on what your data is telling you.
Modern market research combines DDDM with advanced technology to uncover even more granular data, which can be used to personalize market messaging and find potential areas for growth.
Traditionally, market research encompassed four major disciplines: primary, secondary, quantitative and qualitative. However, as technology and marketing have become sophisticated, we’ve divided many of these types of research and insights into individual processes that allow for more
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