We targeted panelists who purchase Cheer by using their receipt data, then surveyed these panelists to understand why they purchase Cheer.
Gone to another store to purchase it
Waited until my next trip to the same store
Bought a similar Cheer item
My jeans used to fade out really fast until my roommate suggested cheer.
Have used this for years and like the new dispensing bottle. I don't like that I can walk in some stores and there are two types, with two prices, but look exactly the same except for the load numbers
I've used this product only on a few loads so far. I like the way my clothes look & smell.
We have America's largest, and most representative consumer panel. Over 420,000 shopping trips are reported daily, with an average of 5 weekly trips reported per panelist.
Segment groups by demographics and purchase behavior that's relevant to your research. Segmentation data includes: items purchased, retailer shopped at, purchase date, age, ethnicity, gender, location, education, income and more.
Survey panelists soon after they report a Cheer purchase. Collect data while the Cheer purchase is fresh in mind to reduce recall bias.
Our combination of purchase behavior data and trigger based surveys enable deeper research. Research why Cheer consumers stop purchasing Cheer items, why they switch brands and much more.
Save time by quickly segmenting groups within our profiled panel. Skip the incidence check because the purchase events are verified. Quickly field surveys to panelists' mobile phones or desktop computers.
InfoScout has over 500,000 consumers uploading their shopping receipts (paper and electronic) through our portfolio of mobile apps. From receipts, we gather information such as retailer, items purchased, date of the trip, payment method and more. Surveys are sent directly to consumers on their mobile phone.