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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

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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The in-housing gap : Productivity and creativity expectations fall short

The in-housing gap : Productivity and creativity expectations fall short

by on August 10, 2019

A new research report exploring how brands are in-housing key marketing functions finds increased productivity (47%) and enhanced creativity (38%) are the top expected benefits, but these are not being achieved.

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Direct marketing and social media skills significant to future business success

Direct marketing and social media skills significant to future business success

by on August 3, 2019

The Data & Marketing Association's (DMA) latest report, the Business Skills Census 2019, asked marketers to identify the skills and challenges that are important to businesses today, as well as those that will be in the future.

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You will greatly increase your chances of success by creating an audience persona

You will greatly increase your chances of success by creating an audience persona

by on July 30, 2019

There are a host of benefits in creating one such as:

  • A more personalised product/service

  • Develop a much better understanding of your customers

  • Reduced wasted on spend on people who aren’t your target audience.

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Retail News : Introducing the world’s first “Chat Checkout”

by on July 24, 2019

In the Netherlands (and in many other countries) loneliness amongst elderly people is very common.

According to research, about 50% of people 55 years and older, experience loneliness.

This inspired the Dutch local Jumbo Supermarket in Vlijmen to launch two great initiatives, namely an "All Together Coffee Corner" and a "Chat Checkout".

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Marketers ignoring the real value of referrals and word of mouth in customer acquisition

Marketers ignoring the real value of referrals and word of mouth in customer acquisition

by on July 16, 2019

The Data & Marketing Association (DMA) – in partnership with Mention Me – reveals its latest insights into the untapped power of referrals.

According to the ‘Referral Marketing: Are You Creating Customer Advocates?’ report, just one quarter (23%) of organisations currently have referral programmes in place for customer acquisition.

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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

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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Door drop spend remains stable despite GDPR

Door drop spend remains stable despite GDPR

by on June 27, 2019

In a year of legislative change and political uncertainty surrounding the data and marketing industry, the Data & Marketing Association's (DMA) latest figures show door drops have remained stable.

The DMA's latest ‘Annual door drop report’ reveals a steady year for the marketing channel, despite significant legislative change in 2018 and continued political uncertainty that has affected the wider data and marketing industry.

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HBAA : Half of UK events venues and agents have not prepared for ‘no-deal’ Brexit

HBAA : Half of UK events venues and agents have not prepared for ‘no-deal’ Brexit

by on June 24, 2019

Half of UK events venues and agents have not prepared for ‘no-deal’ Brexit

The influence of Brexit on business and recruitment has increased substantially ... HBAA

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Getting new customers costs 5-25 times as much as retaining existing ones

Getting new customers costs 5-25 times as much as retaining existing ones

by on May 7, 2019

The old debate stands: should companies focus on customer acquisition over retention?

Despite the fact that the cost of bringing in new customers is much higher than the cost to keep existing customers, companies place a disproportionate focus on marketing and advertising in order to attract new customers.

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