New Marketing Effectiveness Research Service Launches
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Online market research firm Millward Brown Interactive in San Francisco launched a new, panel-based research service called Voyager.
The company said Voyager uses a set of research tools enabling marketers to evaluate online communications opportunities, develop online media plans, and evaluate the effectiveness of their online marketing programs.
Voyager's research tools are based on survey and behavioral information from a panel of more than 30,000 Internet users (15,000 now, reaching 30,000 by May 30). These users are tracked in real time to find out where they are going and what they are doing online, the company said.
"Voyager provides marketers with the only tools to measure how well their online communications are impacting consumer perceptions and attitudes toward their brands." said Rex Briggs, vice president of Millward Brown Interactive.
Voyager's Ad Profiler is designed to allow marketers to identify which users were exposed to their ad, at what level of frequency, and how it impacted the user. Marketers can then adjust messages to their targets accordingly.
The Voyager service also gives marketers access to demographic and behavioral information about users on the Internet Using Web Trender; a marketer gauges the number of unique users online representing their target market, determines the amount of time they spend online relative to other media, and tracks which sites they visited.
Voyager also features User Profiler, which allows marketers to examine which Web sites have the highest concentration of their target audience, determine what other sites the target audience uses, and then build and evaluate online media plans.
Millward Brown Interactive is a division of WPP Group's Millward Brown International. Pricing details of the service were not disclosed.