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Pitney Bowes Research / “Why Some Customers are Just Not That Into You”

by on February 16, 2012

British businesses risk alienating almost 90% of customers through poor communicationsResearch* conducted by Pitney Bowes has revealed that consumers are becoming increasingly jaded as a result of excessive contact from businesses, especially via email. [more…]

Top UK Local-Business Directories (AKA Citation Sources)

by on February 15, 2012

I came across this US site which after complaining that we in the UK 'may drive on the wrong side of the road and confuse beer with cocoa (only one of which should be served warm!)' merrily went on to list UK local-search citation sources. 

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Smart social media monitoring tools – can you afford them?

by on February 15, 2012

Social media analytics and tracking can be very time-consuming and expensive. Ann Smarty comments...You’ll find quite a few smart social media monitoring tools, but what if you can’t afford them?

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Why is the same social network so appealing to crafters in one country and venture capitalists in another?

by on February 15, 2012

Check out the visual breakdown  If you’ve spent any time on Pinterest, the hottest new social network since sliced bread, you might have noticed its popularity among certain demographics — namely, women who are into fashion, weddings, home decor and puppies.

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Perth, WA has been named the 13th most expensive place to live in the world

by on February 14, 2012

Perth has been named the 13th most expensive place to live in the world, ahead of New York, London,

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Mobile ethnography – bridging the gap between actual and reported behaviour

by on February 14, 2012

Emma Bennett, Marketing Manager at SPA Future Thinking reports...Our new mobile ethnography methodology bridges the gap between consumers’ actual and reported behaviour.

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Techy tweens & teens who can’t fathom a time before the internet and smartphones

by on February 14, 2012

In the latest stage of our Lifestage omnibus, Vox Pops International filmed and spoke to thirty teens aged between 13-16, and twenty tweens aged between 9-12, in Manchester, Birmingham, Guildford, .....

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