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How Do Millennial B2B Buyers Research and Select Vendors?

When it comes to making B2B purchase decisions, Millennials and Gen Xers are more likely than Baby Boomers to believe in the importance of consulting their colleagues and earning team consensus, according to a recently-released study [pdf] from IBM. While the two younger generations are also more likely to see the benefits of data and […]

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Mobile Internet Access Grows Across Age Groups

Some 21% of online US adults aged 18-34 accessed the internet using only mobile devices in December 2014, up from 18% doing so last year, according to a recently-released report [download page] from comScore. The study also demonstrates that multi-platform use is growing across age groups, with three-quarters of online Americans aged 55 and older […]

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Fastest-Growing Retail Digital Commerce Categories in 2014

Source: comScore [download page] Notes: E-commerce and mobile-commerce spending on digital content and subscriptions increased by 27% year-over-year in 2014, almost doubling the overall retail digital commerce growth rate of 14% and ranking as the fastest-growing spending category, according to a comScore report. Digital spending in the consumer packaged goods (21%), apparel & accessories (20%) […]

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Sizing Up US Media Reach

Source: Nielsen Notes: Some 142 million Americans use social media applications on smartphones on a monthly basis, slightly higher than the number using social media on a computer (133 million) and on the web on a smartphone (124 million), according to media universe estimates released by Nielsen. The data also shows that almost 200 million […]

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The Most – and Least – Trusted Companies in America

Source: Temkin Group Notes: Of 293 organizations measured across 20 industries, just 6% earned “excellent” (above 70%) trust ratings, according to the latest annual Temkin Trust Ratings, although another 28% earned “good” (60-70%) ratings. H-E-B and credit unions led the pack, with USAA capturing 3 of the next top 4 positions for its bankings, insurance […]

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