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Global Market Research Industry Registers Growth Uptick

The global market research industry grew by 2.2% to in 2015 after adjusting for inflation, according to ESOMAR’s latest annual Global Market Research report. That 2.2% growth rate was the highest since 2010, and comes after net growth was essentially at a standstill the previous year.

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Halloween Spending Expected to Reach New High

Almost 7 in 10 American adults plan to celebrate Halloween this year, according to a recent report from the NRF. Total Halloween-related spending is expected to reach $8.4 billion, the highest amount in the NRF survey’s history, and representing a more than 20% increase from last year’s expected total of $6.9 billion.

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Which Conversion Rate Optimization Method Is Trending Most This Year?

A majority (55%) of client-side marketers (predominantly from the UK and Europe) believe that conversion rate optimization (CRO) is crucial to their overall digital marketing strategy, and a similar percentage (53%) plan to increase their CRO budgets in the coming year, according to Econsultancy’s 8th annual Conversion Rate Optimization Report [download page], produced in association […]

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Why Word-of-Mouth Should Be A Key Focus of Your Hispanic Marketing Strategy

Word-of-mouth is the leading influencer of consumer purchase decisions in the US, topping all paid advertising channels. New research from Keller Fay Group, an Engagement Labs company, shows that Hispanics are not only more likely to engage in word-of-mouth than the general public, but also more likely to pass along the information they hear to […]

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What Incentives Would Drive Use of Mobile-Only Banks?

About 1 in 4 mobile device owners around the world say they’d be highly likely to use a mobile-only bank, according to a Nielsen study [download page]. For the 45% who are somewhat likely to do so, some incentives would be more convincing than others, per the report.

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