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Q: WHAT IS MEDIABUNKER?

ANSWER:


MediaBunker is an innovative mobile application to test your media and get real time feedback. Built into theSurvey Analytics Enterprise Research Platform, MediaBunker offers a distinct competitive advantage when presenting and deploying your media assets to the targeted audience.


Q: WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF MEDIABUNKER?

ANSWER:


Take a look at how you are collecting feedback on your media today – whether it’s through focus groups, intercepts, surveys or client meetings – MediaBunker can give you the competitive advantage you are looking for. MediaBunker allows you to get out in the field and get feedback from your target audience while the impact is still fresh. Get the answers you need and make the necessary changes before you go public with your commercials, ads or other media. With the power of MediaBunker, your media can make a bigger and better impact to your target audience.

Q: HOW DOES MEDIABUNKER WORK?

ANSWER:


MediaBunker is best-used and recommended for tablet devices. Load your media to the desired mobile device and have over 50 types of the most popular survey question types at your fingertips. You present and collect feedback on your media online or offline. When you are finished, your data is synchronized to the back end reporting and analytics tool – SecondPrism (data on the go).

Q: WHAT IF MY FIELD MOBILE DEVICE WITH PRE-RELEASED OR CONFIDENTIAL MEDIA IS STOLEN?

ANSWER:


If your tablet or mobile device gets “legs” or is stolen, there is no need to worry about your media or data collected being leaked. MediaBunker provides a way for you to remotely delete all of your collected data and media from the device in seconds. This feature is called BunkerBuster.

Q: HOW DO I FIND OUT MORE ABOUT MEDIABUNKER?​

ANSWER:​


Contact MediaBunker on our contact page or by calling us toll free at 1(800)326-5570 or by clicking the buttons below. A MediaBunker representative would also be happy to host a customized demonstration.

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