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Majority of Americans Projected to Watch Streaming TV This Year

Source: eMarketer Notes: Digital TV viewing is projected to exceed half of the internet-using population this year for the first time, forecasts eMarketer. Some 164.5 million Americans are expected to watch TV shows online via any device at least once a month, representing 50.8% of the population. That figure is forecast to climb to 183.6 […]

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Magazine Media Audiences Grew by More Than 7% in 2015

Source: The Association of Magazine Media (MPA) Notes: Total magazine media audiences – measured across online and offline channels – grew by 7.1% year-over-year in 2015 to reach almost 1.7 billion, reports the MPA. Magazine brands’ mobile web audiences showed the fastest growth, of 53.1%, followed by video audiences, which grew by 13.8%. Print, including […]

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Top 10 Marketing Charts of the Month – January 2016

This month’s quick-hit set of top charts includes the following topics: 2016 budget shifts by channel; email marketers’ top initiatives; why consumers share content online; top app download motivations; brands’ most important core values; trends in customer engagement; leading content creation challenges; most common B2B marketing video types; data-driven advertising performance; and size of the […]

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Trust and Responsiveness Key to B2B Buyers’ Perception of Vendor Relationships

Almost half of B2B buyers believe their relationships with vendors are getting either stronger (15%) or slightly stronger (33%) over time, reports LinkedIn in a recent study [download page]. Based on a survey of more than 6,000 buyers, marketers, and salespeople from mid-size or enterprise companies across 7 countries, the study reveals that trust (52%) […]

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Which Survey Invitation Methods Do Consumers Find Most – And Least – Acceptable?

Source: Accelerant Research Notes: American adults are most open to survey invitations via email and least open to door-to-door solicitations, per results from a recent Accelerant Research survey. While fewer than half of respondents believe that survey invitations printed on retail checkout receipts (47%) and delivered via US mail (44%) are completely acceptable, those are […]

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