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Posts tagged with Research

Comparison site NerdWallet outperforms top US finance brands in SEO

It seems financial muscle doesn’t always translate into online success. 

A recent analysis of the US personal finance sector has revealed that a popular price comparison site outperforms all mainstream banking and credit institutions when it comes to organic search

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Despite big data investments, retailers struggle with inventory issues

Retailers are collecting more data than ever, but putting that data to good use is apparently proving to be more challenging than many anticipated.

According to a study conducted by IHL Group for DynamicAction, retailers around the world lost well over half a trillion dollars in the past year due to out-of-stock inventory.

That's a jump of nearly 40% from 2012. At the same time, they lost just under $500bn due to overstocks, an amount nearly a third greater than in 2012.

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Forget Black Friday, Cyber Monday: the holiday shopping season already started

Retailers and consumers may be gearing up for two of the most important shopping days in the holiday shopping season, but this year, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are more ceremonial than ever.

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Ban on consumer ads could make pharma's digital shortcomings more costly

The American Medical Association (AMA), a powerful lobby that represents more than 200,000 doctors and medical students in the United States, is calling for a ban on direct-to-consumer ads that pitch prescription drugs and medical devices. 

Noting that the US is one of only two countries in the world that allow such ads, the AMA says that "direct-to-consumer advertising...inflates demand for new and more expensive drugs, even when these drugs may not be appropriate."

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15 most insightful examples of Econsultancy research in 2015 (so far)

Our blog merely scratches the surface of what Econsultancy has to offer.

If you scroll up and click on the ‘research’ tab you can access a whole world of comprehensive marketing and ecommerce research, providing all the information you will ever to need to help you achieve digital excellence.

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Advertisers struggle to find premium video ad inventory: report

Despite significant and growing demand for video ad inventory, and publishers eager to meet that demand, advertisers are finding it challenging to find premium video ad inventory.

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15 fascinating insights from Econsultancy’s 2014 reports

We’re not just a pretty face.

As a regular visitor to the blog, you’ll no doubt be aware of the magnificent free content on offer to you from our small band of marketing and digital experts here on the blog.

This is just scratching the surface of what Econsultancy has to offer though...

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seo

How to approach SEO research and planning

SEO is one of those marketing disciplines that requires foresight, plenty of planning, a methodical approach and maybe just a bit of marketing intuition.

I've plundered the excellent Econsultancy SEO Best Practice Guide for some tips on how to approach SEO planning and research.

Check out the big guide for more than 400 pages of detailed and actionable insight.

Here we go..

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60% of businesses plan to increase marketing budgets in 2014 [infographic]

Marketers are more likely to be increasing their overall marketing budgets for the year ahead than at any time since the launch of our first Marketing Budgets Report during the height of the economic crisis. 

The Marketing Budgets Report 2014, published by Econsultancy and sponsored by Responsys, is based on a survey of more than 600 company and agency marketers, carried out in December 2013 and January 2014.

This infographic presents some of the key findings from the report...

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UX Puzzle

Stakeholders: when they just don't get it

Stakeholders, who needs them? Well, me! I need them, and if you do too I have some advice for you about how to survive the more difficult relationships.

To give some context, I recently found myself having a debate with a friend over the way in which people commicate with one another.

“It’s what you say,” she said, pointedly. “That’s all that matters.” 

I was disagreeing with her wholeheartedly because I’ve learned that it’s not just what you say, but also very much the way that you say it as well.

You see, in my job, I believe you not only need to communicate truthfully, but also effectively. It’s pointless making rubbish up and then 'selling' it to someone.

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The digital classroom: how tech has changed the way we learn

Following a Forbes piece in which a teacher proclaims he avoids turning a computer on during class time, and that face-to-face is key I thought I’d explain why all that is wrong.

Below are five examples of technology or digital in the classroom that really make life easier for both the teacher and student.

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Helping fund a non-profit: the digital donation funnel

When it comes to generating donations we all know that there is more to digital fundraising than simply broadcasting to your supporters.

It’s important to understand who the audience is, whether they likely to convert into volunteers and/or financial supporters and what the best method is of communicating with each stakeholder group to get the best return on resources.

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