Summer is nearly here! We surveyed over 1,100 Brits over a weekend in May 2014 about their holiday plans. Popular destinations, how much money they plan to spend, and how many cannot afford a holiday- we have it all.
Mary Meeker's annual internet trends report 2014 doesn't disappoint - its 164 slides are choke full of data points and insight into the most important consumer trends this year.
Mobile trends, especially in emerging markets, are most interesting to us so I'm pulling out a few graphs that highlight fast changes in those areas. (Full report is embedded at the end of the post.)
New research proves that the old claim by outdoor media industry that out-of-home environment is great for reaching consumers, as we are more alert, active and purposeful, is in fact true. We are 33% more alert, and have 28% higher propensity to take action compared to ads in other media.
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500,000 views on Slideshare! It's such a nice milestone we decided to look back at the most popular presentations we've published. They all have something in common - topical, timely, controversial. We'll break it down for you.
AdReaction, the largest ever study on multiscreen usage in 30 countries, shows that mobile is the new "first screen" and that marketers need to understand the behaviour around shifting, stacking and meshing to win the most precious of resources - people's attention.
When Millward Brown, one of the heavyweights of the market research world, gets on stage and announces that mobile market research beats face-to-face in accuracy then it's time to pay attention.
A week after the Oscar gala and taking of the famous celebrity selfie we asked thousand UK smartphone owners whether they've ever taken a selfie of themselves. Surprise (or not)! A whopping 78% have.
Survey among 1140 UK smartphone owners reveals significant differences in mobile operator satisfaction.