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  • n. Plural form of focus-group (alternative spelling of focus groups).
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of focus-group.


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  • And that is saying something considering studios already use test-screenings, focus-groups, outside consulting firms and even discreet monitoring of message boards to try and create the most appealing film possible.

    Analyzing 2009 –

  • And he was just such a refreshing break from the sort of politician who polls and focus-groups everything he says or does.

    David Obey: He really will be missed

  • If agencies accepted more responsibility to make ads that people actually wanted to watch which is different from performing well in focus-groups, then the DVR would be an advertiser's best friend, not enemy.

    Simon Sinek: The Ad Industry Needs More Accountability

  • A recent Democracy Corps analysis, based upon focus-groups conducted with older white voters in Georgia and in Cleveland, Ohio, has concluded that the base of the Republican party, constituting roughly twenty percent of the electorate, lives in a "world apart" from the rest of America, including demographically similarly-situated but ideologically more moderate voters.

    Jonathan Weiler: The Missing Story in Democracy Corps' Analysis of the Conservative Right

  • Democracy Corps did a series of focus-groups with movement conservatives in Georgia and found them happily living in their own special reality.

    Matt Osborne: Glenn Beck, Cult Leader

  • They are governed by focus-groups, poll data, ratings, and internal bureaucracy.

    Behind the lines « BuzzMachine

  • "We will also do extensive surveying and focus-groups to determine where are strengths are and where gaps exist."

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  • It market-tests new logos, focus-groups slogans, and runs every new product name through a hundred different tests to make sure that it stays in line with the company's image.

    mental_floss Blog

  • This occasion is about measuring results, which show, how the co-workers on the basis of surveys, focus-groups, interviews, structured judgment-conversations, the business.

  • These measuring results show how the customers perceive (for instance. basis of customer-surveys, focus-groups, supplier-evaluations) the business.


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