Company Information

    Discuss.io was founded on January 2012. The company is based in Seattle, WA, USA . The number of employees in Discuss.io is less than 50. Discuss.io makes gathering insights from user interviews easy. global audience video conferencing ai to identify and share key insights

    Here is how Discuss.io describes itself: "More than video, Discuss.io is the leading consumer conversation platform that brings clarity and structure to unfocused online meetings. Discuss.io is the recruiter, scheduler, note-taker, moderator, project manager, video editor, research assistant, and translator all rolled up into one."
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          Funding & investors

          Discuss.io has received 2 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $6.4M.

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                          • Consumer Conversations Reign Supreme for Achieving Empathy

                          • On RBDR, an established podcast famed for providing marketing insights you won’t find anywhere else, Discuss.io’s CSO Jim Longo discussed the importance of empathy, the impact of COVID-19 on market research, and the evolving relationship between qualitative and quantitative research. (For more insights from Jim Longo, please see the first part of this series entitled […]The post Consumer Conversations Reign Supreme for Achieving Empathy appeared first on Discuss.io.
                          • The Golden Era of Online Qual is Here

                          • Acclaimed marketing podcast RBDR prides itself on providing news insights and commentary you won’t find anywhere else. The host, Bob Lederer, has seen it all throughout his twenty-six years in the marketing industry.He dedicated two full episodes to Discuss.io’s Chief Strategy Officer, Jim Longo, which speaks volumes about the value of Longo’s insight. Watch the […]The post The Golden Era of Online Qual is Here appeared first on Discuss.io.
                          • 5 Key Takeaways from Mobile eCommerce Shop Along Masterclass

                          • Oliver Bradley, Global  eCommerce Experience Design Director at Unilever, shared his insights from 10+ years of focusing on the digital shopping experience at the TMRE@Home event in a session titled, “It’s Not Just a Smartphone, It’s a Shopping Platform”. He focused on mobile user experience as it has become a major source of shopping and […]The post 5 Key Takeaways from Mobile eCommerce Shop Along Masterclass appeared first on Discuss.io.
                          • Online Focus Groups

                          • Focus groups consist of multiple participants sharing their opinions. Rightfully popular within qualitative research, the study method brings a few critical strengths to market outreach. Variance: Focus groups may concentrate on specific products or content, but the opinions can be diverse as possible. From selecting a market to expanding one, focus groups allow R&D to […]The post Online Focus Groups appeared first on Discuss.io.
                          • Introducing Tagging and Tag Explorer!

                          • Customer data has never been easier to get…or harder to organize. We heard that sentiment from user after user on our platform, and responded with our newest set of features, designed to make your data easier to find, more fun to explore, and faster to analyze. Introducing Tagging Moderators and observers can now tag moments […]The post Introducing Tagging and Tag Explorer! appeared first on Discuss.io.
                          • Mobile Screen Sharing for Competitor Research

                          • It was the ancient Greeks who coined the expression “know thyself,” wise words for any entrepreneur. Remarkably, at nearly the same point in time but halfway across the world, the Chinese strategist Sun Tzu wrote in his treatise The Art of War that it was equally important to “know thine enemy.” From a commercial standpoint, […]The post Mobile Screen Sharing for Competitor Research appeared first on Discuss.io.

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