Diary Studies for Market Research
Diary studies are mainly used to collect information from respondents about their experiences. Over a period of time, respondents normally log their thoughts in a diary. This is a particularly useful qualitative research method for collecting information on habits or on long processes.
An understanding of the following long-term behaviours can be achieved via a diary study:
- Habit: When do respondents use a product or service?
- Usage: How do respondents use a product or service?
- Attitudes: How do respondents feel?
- Behaviours: How loyal are respondents over time?
- Motivation: Why do respondents use a product or service?
- Customer journeys: What touchpoints does the respondent interact with?
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