Smart TV’nin Türkiye Pazarındaki Yükselişi

1 - 24 aug 2016 02

Sadece iki sene içerisinde (2014-16) evlerimizde elektronik cihazlardan Smart TV bulunma yüzdesi yaklaşık iki katına (%12’den %24’e) çıktı. Her dört tüketiciden birinin evinde dijital çağın çok boyutlu ve yeni bir ürünü olan Smart TV göze çarpmaktadır. Bu trendin devam etmesiyle bir kaç sene içerisinde tüketicilerin çoğunda Smart TV olacaktır. Ayrıca Smart TV ile entegre dijital uygulamaların günlük hayatımızda mühim bir yer etmesi beklenmektedir.


Google Consumer Surveys


Google servislerinden dolaylı olarak çok kaliteli içgörü / insight elde edilebiliyordu.

Web siteleri trafik takibi konusunda standart oluşturmuş Google Analytics’ den, YouTube’ da videonuzun kaçıncı saniyesine kadar ne derece kitlenizi tutabildiğinizi gösteren Audience Retention’ a kadar, Google Trends e kadar bir çok araç mevcuttu.

Ancak Google bunu daha direkt hale getirerek, bilimsel olaran anlamlı, çok net ve basit bir araştırma verisi sağlayabileceğiniz yeni hizmetini başlattı.

Google Consumer Surveys


The Best Tools for Consumer Insights


1. For fast focus group data: YouTube Analytics and Google Consumer Surveys

You probably know the lyric: “Start at the very beginning, it’s a very good place to start.” As marketers, we know different. For us, every new beginning starts with the end … of our last campaign. What specific, actionable learnings from last time can we apply before we begin? To pinpoint those learnings, know who on your internal or agency team has access to your YouTube Analytics dashboard and ask them to take you through the results of your last campaign.

2. For in-depth consumer insights: Google Trends

Google Trends is another great tool to confirm hypotheses about your audience’s interests. Or if you’re still exploring topics, Google Trends will show you where your audience’s interest is growing or dying off. Within your competitive set or industry, what topics of interest can you uniquely own? Google Trends will help you find an answer.

3. For more ideas on what consumers love: Google Correlate

The last tool we’ll explore is Google Correlate. Think of Google Correlate as a matchmaker for search trends. Say you’ve discovered a rising trend—like “how to contour”—and you want to find more topics like it that your audience is interested in. Google Correlate looks for other queries that follow a similar search pattern. Unlike “related searches” in Google Trends, these are not searches that are necessarily related to contouring—just searches that happen along the same timeline. You can learn more about Google Correlate and how to use it here.



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