Fabric

Advertising & Marketing

Help determine how - or if - to extend an existing ad campaign

Understand the core advertising equities, assets and characteristics of a current ad campaign in order to learn how best to evolve it.

How the process works

  • Identify concepts, segments and prepare testing materials (e.g. existing campaign, platform, characters, music etc) for participant feedback
  • Work with our Research Managers to design concept testing protocol per segment
  • Use mindswarms remote video capture to gather participant reactions to concept desirability and willingness to pay across segments

Methods used

  • Campaign messaging clarity and resonance check
  • Campaign element evaluation
  • Character likeability and relevance assessment
  • Spot by spot breakdown of elements: personality, tone, music, tempo
  • Future campaign ideation

Timing and cost

  • Campaign Extension studies can take from 3 to 5 days or more to complete depending on study complexity
  • Typical projects last 3 days and involves 15+participants
  • Fees including screener development, study management, recruiting, hand-selecting the best candidates, QA of videos, respondent incentives, and transcripts @$500/person for US respondents, and $1,000/person for international markets
  • Fees for optional analysis start at $7,500 for a report on a 15 person study, and $12,500 for a 30 person study
  • Fees for optional edited video start at $5,000 for a 90-120 second highlight reel with title cards and music (B roll and motion graphics are extra)

Deliverable

15 participants each answer 10 questions using the video on their smartphone or laptop. That produces 150 x 1 minute video clips and corresponding transcripts (both Google Speech, and a parallel service that includes a human’s eyes to capture important nuances).

All delivered via a cloud-based link that is shareable, and assets that can be downloaded (videos in MP4 format) to be used to bring the insights to life for presentations, and highly engage audiences

Creative and inspiring use cases of Fabric
The following is a short list of ways in which we and/or our clients have employed the platform creatively to extract new and unusual insights.
In Home Use Test - Fabric
Get to know your core target audience, intimately, by delving into their attitudes and lifestyle, brand affinities, product use and more.
Packaging testing - Fabric
Gather visitor reactions to new - or existing - packaging. (This is particularly helpful for products where there is no sales assist on the retail floor).
In Home Use Test - Fabric
Get raw consumer feedback to product and service use in home to benchmark features and pain points and inform future product and service improvements.
Watch consumers weigh in via video at critical points on their journeys - Fabric
Have consumers show you their journey through a decision, product use, event or consumption moment.
Create highly unique audience segments - Fabric
Identify key behavioral or attitudinal differences amongst audiences to develop a segmentation strategy (or drill down on one specific segment).
Consumer Insight Videos | Marketing Research Insights
Bring inspiration to your creative brief with video-based insights to energize and focus your creative teams. Know your brand with Consumer Insight Videos
Identify core equities of current advertising - Fabric
Understand consumer perceptions of the core advertising equities of your brand: platform, key messages, relevance/differentiation, and characteristics including music, visuals, featured characters, tone/personality and more.
Get visceral and unvarnished reactions to messaging
Test the relevance and resonance of your company’s messaging: advertising, website, packaging and more.
Help determine how - or if - to extend an existing ad campaign - Fabric
Understand the core advertising equities, assets and characteristics of a current ad campaign in order to learn how best to evolve it.
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