At FORECASTxSCIENCE we will compare conventional forecasting tools (such as surveys) to Big Data approaches (such as Google Trends and social media listening) in their ability to help marketers predict outcomes accurately, to spot trends, and to monitor customer sentiment. Best practices to more reliably predict what’s next.
Taking place near the one-year anniversary of the 2016 presidential election, included will be a complete post-mortem on the performance of polls, betting markets, search, and social media in predicting the outcome of that race. Case studies will also be presented on how companies are using Big Data in combination with conventional research methods to understand their customers and markets more deeply.
Keynote + Q&A with Seth Stephens-Davidowitz Author of Everybody Lies: Big Data, New Data and What the Internet Can Tell Us About Who We Really Are
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To view our 2016 November program, visit: ARF West Mastering Mobile Marketing.