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New Research : Farage supporters most miserable, Corbyn supporters least lovely

New Research : Farage supporters most miserable, Corbyn supporters least lovely

by on December 10, 2019 in Latest News, Lead Article, Lead story, News you can use, Nuggets, Research

10/11/2019:

  • Brexit Party voters are the saddest in the UK;

  • Labour supporters say they’re least attractive;

  • Conservative voters are the biggest drinkers;

  •  LibDems feel fittest.

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Women for Women : “Celebrating women in the research industry”

Women for Women : “Celebrating women in the research industry”

by on October 14, 2019 in Businesswoman, Events, Events & Awards, Latest News, Lead Article, Research, Special Issue, Uncategorized, Women for Women

Caitlin Thomas writes in her blog ...

Last week I attended Celebrating Women in the Research Industry, an evening co-hosted by ESOMAR and Women in Research (WiRe), organised by Patricia Dominguez (Inciter and UK ESOMAR Representative).

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How to find flexible and remote research jobs

How to find flexible and remote research jobs

by on August 14, 2019 in Lead Article, News you can use, Nuggets, Research, Uncategorized

Did you know that employees who work remotely on a full-time basis outscore regular employees as per the Employee Engagement Survey?

Gone are the days where people were skeptical about remote working or having to hire someone whom who you might not even see face to face, especially in the field of research that requires a lot of contribution.

However, working from home or away from an office is now gaining popularity in many ways, and uk.jobsora.com will help you find some of the best remote research occupations in your preferred location.

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DMA Talent Research : What employers currently wish for and require from entry-level candidates

DMA Talent Research : What employers currently wish for and require from entry-level candidates

by on June 28, 2019 in Business, Latest News, Lead Article, Research, Small Business, Social Media, Startups

Personal & social skills are vital for entry-level marketers wanting to start a career in the data & marketing industry, yet they remain the hardest to recruit for according to new research from Data & Marketing Association.

To help businesses and aspiring marketers better understand what skills are most in demand in the industry, the ‘Data & Marketing: Attracting the Next Generation’ report asked managers of organisations, large and small, what skills they look for when recruiting for entry-level marketers.

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Best tips to write a winning research paper

Best tips to write a winning research paper

by on May 6, 2019 in featured item, Latest News, Lead Article, News you can use, Nuggets, Research, Rock 'n Roll

A research paper is an academic writing that must have significant and theoretical data. A winning research paper needs in-depth research.

They may contain a suitable thesis argument with evidence from reliable and helpful sources.

Writing a winning research paper can be difficult and painstaking. You may find it challenging to select operations management research topics. You can consult professionals to choose the right topic.

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How to engage with customers on emerging channels – new research

How to engage with customers on emerging channels – new research

by on May 3, 2019 in Customer's Voice, featured item, Latest News, Lead Article

Today, many companies are accelerating digital-first projects in order to engage with customers on emerging channels. 

While servicing customers through new digital and mobile channels often delivers lower costs and higher customer satisfaction, it also comes with risk.  The danger in this approach is the potential to lose sight of the needs of the customer and over-rotate into digital only channels.

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Have loyalty marketers lost sight of what consumers really want? – new research

Have loyalty marketers lost sight of what consumers really want? – new research

by on May 1, 2019 in Business, Latest News, Lead Article, Research

Loyalty marketers have lost sight of what consumers really want from brand loyalty schemes - that’s the stark finding of a new report from research group Rare: Consulting.

The result of a survey among 1,000 UK-based consumers, Rare:’s report Loyalty 2020 concludes brands need to consider customer behaviour and expectations to build loyalty as it’s no longer simply a transactional requirement. In fact, quality is identified as the most important factor in building trust and loyalty, ahead of price and customer service.

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New research : How to leverage next-gen CCM

New research : How to leverage next-gen CCM

by on April 10, 2019 in Digital Marketing, Latest News, Lead Article, News you can use, Nuggets, Research

Complimentary Gartner Research: Adapt Customer Communications to the Demands of the Digital Customer Experience

According to Gartner, “The demands of digital business are driving organizations to look beyond traditional Customer Communications Management (CCM).”

Access a copy of the research here >>>>

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Marketers need to look beyond loyalty points and freebies, reveals DMA research

Marketers need to look beyond loyalty points and freebies, reveals DMA research

by on March 21, 2019 in Business, Digital Marketing, Latest News, Lead Article, London & South East, News you can use, Nuggets, Research

Marketers are under-valuing a number of loyalty tactics, as highlighted by the DMA’s latest research infographic.

According to the ‘Customer Engagement 2019 – Marketers’ view’ survey, which asked consumers and marketers for their opinions on the most effective loyalty/rewards programme tactics, there are a number of contrasting views.

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Consumers receive fewer emails post-GDPR, reveals latest DMA research

Consumers receive fewer emails post-GDPR, reveals latest DMA research

by on February 27, 2019 in Digital Marketing, Ecommerce, Email Marketing, Latest News, Lead Article, Mobile, News you can use, Nuggets, Social Media

Discounts, loyalty and familiarity among key reasons why consumers sign up to email campaigns – excessive contact and irrelevance main drivers for unsubscribes

Consumers believe they received less emails than ever before in 2018, estimating this at around 57 emails per week to their personal inboxes, down from 73 in 2017.

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