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Social Media: What’s New?
- November 3rd, 2021
- Posted in Social Media Platforms, Social Media Statistics, Useful Information
Tags: Content Marketing, linkedin, Market Research, Social Media
Technology in Market Research: Social Media
- August 7th, 2012
- Posted in Baltimore Market Research, Internet Statistics, Market Research News, Market Research Specialists, Market Research Technology, Observation Baltimore News, Social Media Statistics, Tips and Resources for Researchers, Uncategorized, Useful Information
Tags: Advertising, consumer trends, facebook, linkedin, market research industry, market researchers, Observation Baltimore, Social Media, social media for businesses, Social Media Marketing, twitter
As the world around us evolves, so too must the market research industry. With more and more people flocking to social media websites, like Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, and Pinterest, the way in which individuals gain information about and interact… Read More
SOPA:Killing Free Speech? Or, a Misunderstood Bill?
- January 24th, 2012
- Posted in About SOPA, Uncategorized
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If you opened a newspaper or booted up a computer in the last few weeks, you likely heard of SOPA. But what is SOPA, what are the proponents and opponents of SOPA saying, and what is the future of SOPA?… Read More
Data Mining—Why is it Important?
- September 30th, 2011
- Posted in General, Uncategorized
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Data mining starts with the client. Clients naturally collect data simply by doing business; so that is where the entire process begins. But Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Data is only one part of the puzzle. The other part of the… Read More