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How Dannon Brought New Innovation to an Outdated Flagship Brand

Posted on April 06, 2022 by Monika Rogers

With over a decade of media silence, Dannon’s Fruit on the Bottom flagship brand had become “outdated and boring” in the eyes of consumers. Dannon needed a fast, cost-effective way to have extensive, ongoing conversations with consumers. 

How Johnsonville Uses Exploratory Research Technology to Scale Insights

Posted on March 22, 2022 by Monika Rogers

Johnsonville had a solid consumer insights department but relied solely on custom research suppliers. They realized that they could stretch their research budget even further without sacrificing quality by introducing more technology-driven research capabilities. Using Digsite’s on-demand methods for exploratory and early validation research has allowed them to answer more business questions much faster. Starting with a blank slate and no history of DIY research, their organization can now quickly inform decisions that wouldn’t have gotten attention in the past.

How to Make Your Concept-Testing Market Research Project a Success

Posted on February 22, 2022 by Monika Rogers

Whether you’re a veteran in the industry or just starting out in consumer insights, there are a handful of best practices to keep in your back pocket for your next project. In our last webinar, Digsite CEO Monika Rogers provided an overview of these top tips on how to make your next concept-testing market research project a success. You can watch a recording of the webinar here.

How to Innovate Faster with Jobs-To-Be-Done Research

Posted on December 28, 2021 by Monika Rogers

Jobs-to-be-done has become a very successful framework because it's an efficient, easy to understand and proven model for implementing innovation. It doesn’t require a large segmentation study or complex research so it can also shorten research timelines without sacrificing quality. Ultimately, Innovation can be far more predictable (and profitable) if you start by identifying the most important Jobs that customers are struggling to get done. Without that perspective, your process could miss major opportunities for innovation. 

How Hormel Foods Successfully Applies Jobs-to-be-Done to Innovation

Posted on October 25, 2021 by Monika Rogers

Many of today’s successful teams are applying a Jobs-to-be-Done (JTBD) framework to redefine product categories and identify new opportunity areas for their brand. Among those success stories is Hormel Foods’ consumer insights team.

Maximizing the Success of New Products

Posted on October 11, 2021 by Monika Rogers

Launching a product or service that no one wants is like throwing a party that no one attends. The number one way to get some insurance on your innovation ideas? Invite your customer to the product development team by using online research communities. Injecting the voice of the consumer is essential to generating new ideas and validating them at the same time. And generating rapid, iterative insights throughout development is the fastest way to get there.

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