- In her "Digital Optimism" blog, Liz Giel cites Merrill’s blog as a "widely read blog in the market research industry" and talks about Merrill’s blogging strategy within the context of providing fun and varied content while still meeting business objectives.
- In his article, "How to Make a Great Executive Blog," Jack Santos cites Merrill’s blog as being one of the "Top Blogs" as identified by Burton Group Research. Santos’ article and Merrill’s blog are also mentioned by Kimberly Seese in her blog article, "Collaborating with the CEO."
- Merrill’s blog is mentioned as a case study in “New Media, New Influencers and Implications for Public Relations,” a paper that explores the influence of online communities (such as blogs and social networks) on marketing and public relations.
- AND…Dr. Tom Watson references Merrill’s mention in the “New Influencers” on his “DummySpit” blog.
- An article titled, “Most Corporate Blogs Are Unimaginative Failures” appears in the Wall Street Journal’s Blog. One commenter describes Merrill’s Blog in a contrasting and favorable light.
- On Peanut Labs’ blog, they post an interview with Merrill about the future of Marketing Research.
- On his business, tech, and talk blog, Elliot Ross quotes Merrill talking about his passion for learning.
- On Blog Dimension, Toby Bloomberg quotes Merrill and others regarding how to develop great business relationships.
- The A.C. Nielsen Center for Marketing Research includes a link to us on their Marketing Research Industry Links page.
- On his Research Reinvented Blog Emil Van Wegen highlights Merrill’s post about what’s wrong with the research industry. Olivier de Gaudemar has a lot to say about it as well.
- Here’s this on the Corante Marketing Hub
- On his Qual Techniques and Technologies Blog, Jim Bryson talks about Kelly Heatly’s Guest Blog.
- Merrill’s posting on Ford’s Swap My Ride commercial generated a lot of buzz. Robert Bain of Reasearch-Live quotes Merrill in his article Ford under fire over â€˜Swap Your Rideâ€™ ads. John Cass made a reference to Merrill’s post in a comment on the topic on Walter Carl’s Word of Mouth Blog. And there’s this posting on a website in India.
- Listen to Merrill’s interview (along with Nick Jacobs of Windber Medical Center) on Diva Marketing Talks on BlogTalkRadio. The topic is “The C-Suite Joins Social Spaces.”
- Toby Bloomberg cited Merrill’s Blog as the place she heard about Kelley Styring’s In Your Purse study.
- In his Random Sampling Blog article, “Pick two: Fast, Cheap, Good“, Ed Erickson cited Merrill’s “Attention Researchers: What Does This Data Tell You?” post, speculating that DYI research was behind the questionable analysis.
- The Nashville American Marketing Association had this to say: Merrill Dubrow of M/A/R/C Research spoke to a sell-out crowd at NAMA’s March 7 meeting on how to take your marketing career to the next level. If you’d like to enjoy Merrill’s unique marketing commentaries on a regular basis, subscribe to his blog.
- Toby Bloomberg listed us as one of 5 blogs she came up with for her Thinking Blogger Awards
- Olivier de Gaudemar on his Insights 2.0 blog mentions us twice: Adding new market research blogs to his blogroll and a link to Merrill’s “Too Many Research Conferences, So Little Time” blog.
- The Miniature Yorkshire Terrier blog mentioned Merrill’s “Pets on a Plane” posting.
- The Blogging and Beyond blog quoted Toby Bloomberg as calling Merrill one of a few “Bloggers Getting it Right.”
- In Diva Marketing Blog – Marketing blogs and corporate social media strategies for innovative companies, Merrill is quoted talking about corporate blogs.
- The Future Place Blog references Merrill’s posting on the “Did You Know” video.
- The Diva Marketing Blog posted 22 Blogging Tips for marketing your blog and improving your blogging strategy. Merrill’s Blog made the list twice (#s 1 and 19)
- The Scratching and Sniffings Pet Blog referenced Merrill’s “Naming Your Pet” posting.
- Debbie Weil’s BlogWrite for CEOs has a link to Toby Bloomberg’s Interview with Merrill about blogging.