youth and family qualitative services

Touchstone Research Expands Youth & Family Qualitative Services to National Level

By | Kids and Family, Qualitative Research, Teen Market Research | No Comments

Touchstone Research, Inc. is celebrating a significant expansion of its Youth & Family qualitative in-person and online services to cover key geographic regions across the United States.  Touchstone has been recruiting and managing Kids and Families qualitative research projects for over 20 years, specializing in preschoolers, kids, tweens, teens, young adults, millennials and parents for in-person and online qualitative research. …

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2015 Virtual Reality (VR) Consumer Report

The 2015 Virtual Reality (VR) Consumer Report

By | Greenlight VR, Market Research Reports, Marketing Research, Touchstone VR, Virtual Reality, VR Consumer Report, VR Insights | No Comments

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE VR CONSUMERS IN ONE REPORT A 100-PAGE DATA-DRIVEN REPORT WITH EVERYTHING YOU SHOULD TO KNOW ABOUT THE VR CONSUMERS. New report provides insights into consumer expectations for virtual reality. SAN FRANCISCO, CA, August 19th, 2015 – Greenlight VR and Touchstone Research today unveiled the VR CONSUMER REPORT, a first-of-its kind report providing a data-driven perspective…

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Infographic - The New Reality of Virtual Reality and the Potential with Youth

Infographic – The New Reality of Virtual Reality (VR) and the Potential with Youth

By | infographic, Kids Market Research, Marketing Research, Teen Market Research, Touchstone VR, Virtual Reality, VR Consumer Report, VR Infographic, VR Insights | 6 Comments

VR has been around for many years but, disappointingly, has failed to live up to its own expectations.  With new groundbreaking, non-nausea-inducing devices and amazing immersive software starting to be developed, VR’s moment for consumer products may finally have arrived.  Major VR companies are preparing to launch VR headsets that make VR real for the consumer in 2015/2016—will they succeed…

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Tech-Savvy Researcher Feature – All Teens Online, One in Four Go Mobile-Only

By | Marketing Research, Mobile, Online Community Panel, Teen Market Research | No Comments

It’s hard to forget the cacophonous bleeps, fuzz and buzz of our modem logging onto AOL in our pre-teen years. An exciting, confusing time when popular use of the internet was dawning, but so frustrating was that noisy wait to discover whether or not we had mail. There are few things we could hate so much as a kid but…

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Kids, Teens, and Social Media

By | Kids Market Research, Market Research Reports, Online Community Panel, Social Media, Teen Market Research | No Comments

Here is the second part of a study we conducted with Nickelodeon & Insight Research Group that was featured in Nickeldeon’s Kaleidoscope in Kidscreen™ magazine. The topic of this study was “Kids, Teens, and Social Media”. It’s commonly accepted that the presence of social media has exploded online in the last few years and has quickly become a fixture in…

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Kids & Teens Doing Their Part (pt 2)

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Here is the second part of a study we conducted with Nickelodeon that was featured in Nickeldeon’s Kaleidoscope in Kidscreen™ magazine. The topic of this study was “Kids & Teens Doing Their Part (pt 2)”. Author: Nickelodeon Kaleidoscope (5/8/2009) In April, we reported that while kids and teens have a wealth of knowledge about world issues, they sometimes feel these…

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Nickelodeon Kaleidoscope: Kids & Teens Doing their part

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Here is a study we conducted with Nickelodeon that was featured in Nickeldeon’s Kaleidoscope in Kidscreen™ magazine. The topic of this study was kids and teens  “Doing their part”. Kids’ paths and roadblocks to making a difference Author: Nickelodeon (3/27/2009) As April showers start to fall, this edition of Kaleidoscope from the Brand and Consumer Insights Department at Nickelodeon Kids…

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