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More Pets Will Be Dressed This Halloween

Just for Fun: The National Retail Federation recently reported that last year’s spending on Halloween broke new records. Retail spending was $9.1 billion in 2017 with the number of people celebrating at 179 million. They spent $86.13 each, another record.

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Posted in Market Research, Research, Uncategorized

Does Your Business Use “Creative” Job Titles?

A recent survey conducted by Twitter suggests that companies should consider cutting from their vocabulary cringe-worthy job titles for marketing, digital, social media and other positions. They started appearing when the internet bubble was exploding, went out of favor for

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Posted in Business Culture, Market Research, Multichannel Marketing, Research

New Way to Categorize Americans by Religion

  Pew Research Center has recently launched a new way to classify religions based on beliefs and behaviors that cut across many religious identities. While most American adults identify with a religion, describing themselves as Protestants, Catholics or Jews (to

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Posted in Market Research, Research, Target Segmentation

SJ Insights Launches Social Media Senior Panel

A record 46 million seniors live in the United States today, and older Americans – those age 65 and older – now account for 15% of the U.S. population. By 2050, 22% of Americans will be 65 and older, according

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Posted in Facebook, Market Research, Research, Seniors Social Media Usage, Social Media Strategy

Stop Blaming Social Media

A new University of Kansas study finds that spending time on social media networks won’t leave you feeling isolated or lonely. The KU study was recently published in the journal “Information, Communication & Society” and concludes that social media use

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Posted in Facebook, Market Research, Research, Social Media Marketing, Social Media Strategy

New Research Sheds Light on Daily Ad Exposures

A new study of media usage and ad exposure by Media Dynamics, Inc. reveals that while a typical adult’s daily media consumption has grown from 5.2 hours in 1945 to 9.8 hours (or 590 minutes) currently, this has not been

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Posted in Ad Exposures, Branding, Media Exposures, Research