Social Media Users
Survey completion rates on social
Ways of cutting the data
Respondents on our panel
Not just any-old data
Ever wondered why the industry uses panelists, who are paid to complete a survey? No? Well, we have, and we do things differently.
With ThisThat, you can survey any audience! Our technology opens the doors to the 4.5bn social media landcase through next-generation ad targeting and influencers.
Get to know your target audiences better than ever with the new standard of marketing measurement.
10x completion rates
We're with you... surveys suck! Well, most surveys that is.
ThisThat's social-born survey platform is fun, gamified and slick. It's familiar for the tech-savvy social natives and offers the most engaging experience of any survey platform through gifs, likes, comments and instant gratification with question-by-question results.
Finally, survey data is authentic, trustworthy and cost-effective as we deliver 10x completion rates over our competitors.
The buck doesn’t stop with our tech, you should meet the team! We’re a fun bunch too (promise!) - ask any of our clients!
ThisThat developed solutions to solve the market's leading pain point - measurement
Talin Koutnouyan, VP Research & Analytics
“Great to have a tool that actually shows the influencer channel's effectiveness by getting true uplift responses from the audience affected and not just a random person who sees the content. The connection between follower and influencer is a critical factor that every other brand lift study provider ignores when looking at Influencer. ThisThat doesn't - they truly understand the channel.”
Harry Hugo - Co-Founder
ThisThat is the future of measurement for influencer marketing. It's level of depth and reliability for brand lift studies is unparalleled. ThisThat has a strong play for becoming the gold standard for psychometric impact measurement
Ian Randolph, Head of Product and R&D
Brands are out of touch
Getting quality survey responses is hard!
Research has been reliant on panels to provide "target audiences" at scale through "hyper-targeted" demographic specifications yet end up with samples where Ozzy and Charles are considered the same.
Born in 1948
Grew up in England