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9 Best Twitter Accounts to Learn About Market Research

We get it, you love Twitter and care about the industry you’re in too. So what happens when the two collide? You get a great platform to debate, engage with, and influence all things Market Research. But whom should you listen too in this cacophony of characters? To help you navigate the unchartered waters of #MRX on Twitter we’ve built this list of great accounts to follow…

MRA

@MRAmrx
Klout: 56
The official Twitter page of the Marketing Research Association. This nonprofit represents the survey, opinion and marketing research profession.

Millward Brown

@Millward_Brown
Klout: 62
MB are a leading global research agency specializing in advertising, marketing communications, media and brand equity research. Definitely worth a read.

Research-live

@researchlive
Klout: 57
Keep track of the latest news on the market research and consumer insight industry with Research-live’s latest tweets.

Dave Carruthers

@DaveCarruthers
Klout: 49
Our very own Dave Carruthers, CEO of @voxpopme – the video market research platform that supercharges surveys. He’s a tech obsessed entrepreneur that tweets all things #mrx & #VoC.

Kristin Luck

@kristinluck
Klout: 61
Kristin is a growth hacking/sales & marketing consultant. More importantly for those interested in MRX she is the founder of Women In Research (WIRe).

Green Book

@GreenBook
Klout: 52
The Green Book offers a Guide for Buyers of Market Research, runs the GreenBook Blog, hosts Insight Innovation eXchange (IIeX) and publishes the GreenBook Research Industry Trends (GRIT) Report. So yeah, they have a lot to say when it comes to Market Research on twitter.

Annie Petite

@LoveStats
Klout: 64
Annie Pettit, Research Officer at Peanut Labs is definitely worth a follow. As a research methodologist with fifteen years of experience she really knows her #MRX.

Lenny Murphy

@lennyism
Klout: 62
Thinker, Doer, Leader, Advisor, Investor. Insight innovation junkie. And an all-round great Tweeter.

Ray Poynter

@RayPoynter
Klout: 60
Ray is the founder of The Future Place, as well as the author of The Handbook of Mobile Market Research. He also founded for his #NewMR so check out his tweets with the aforementioned hashtag.

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