One of the final steps in buying a used car is taking it for a test drive. This crucial part of the car buying process gives you a chance to see if the car is
How Apple Uses Big Data To Drive Success
Apple’s old slogan was “Think Different” – and while it is now retired, and the ethos may not be as apparent in the company’s products as it once was, it is tr…
New Study Examines Who Uses Pinterest and What Drives Activity
The epic growth of Pinterest launched a new paradigm in social mediaÂ based on the idea of collecting. Founded by three innovative guys in Palo Alto, California, Pinterest quickly became the next social media darling. According to comScore, Pinterest usage in the US shot up from less than half a million unique visitors in May 2011 to nearly 12 million in January 2012. The unique approach to social media has attracted the attention of academics who seek to quantify and understand the factors…
How Citi Uses Experiential and Purpose-Driven Marketing to Drive Growth
Experiential and purpose-driven marketing have emerged as key ingredients in the marketing mix. Jennifer Breithaupt, Citi’s global consumer chief marketing officer, discusses their power to drive growth.
8 Tips for Using Credit Responsibly
Watch the video to learn how to use credit responsibly so you can enjoy the benefits of credit cards without creating financial risk like debt and ID theft.
Discover: Consumers Using More Credit
Discover Financial Services says consumers swiped their credit cards more during the second fiscal quarter of 2012.
How Three Fast-Growing DTC Brands Use Customer Feedback to Drive Sales
The entrepreneurs behind Allbirds, Hims and Hers and Good American outlined the keys to their brands’ success at BoF West.
5 Tips To Set Yourself Up For Success Using Twitter—And Drive Holiday Sales
Holiday season is approaching, and as a brand, you want to reach as many potential customers as possible. Learn how to use Twitter to drive holiday sales
What drives your marketing plan?
In the tight-margin-times of agriculture today, consistent base hits — not home runs — are the primary goal. To be consistent and make decisions, farmers need a solid profitability plan.
Why the U.S. economy could still use some stimulus
The economy is just about there, and an added boost could finish the job, says Tim Mullaney.
NMI Consumer Insights Drive Opportunities. What Drives Your Opportunities?
Syndicated data, 1 million+ consumers, 30+ countries Includes any NMI database When you need it- fast turnaround services Subscriptions can be used across all divisions within one corporation Consulting, custom analysis, presentations, reports, data tables, proprietary questions NMI Proprietary Consumer USA Health Databases Health & Wellness Trends (HWTD), Since 1999, 17 Years of Data Supplements/OTC/Rx Database (SORD), Since 2005, 5 Years of Data Organic Consumer Trends…
How to Enjoy the Badlands Scenic Drive in One Afternoon
The Badlands Scenic Drive is a great way to catch a glimpse of the natural beauty and wildlife that resides in this gorgeous part of South Dakota.
How unlimited student loans drive up tuition
The Parent PLUS program’s unlimited line of credit for college tuition is not sustainable. Rather, above a certain threshold, the federal government should require students to utilize the private market for their financing needs.
How Data Transparency is Driving Analytics to Drive Value
Measuring the value of healthcare and using the data to influence outcomes isn't a distant goal. It's happening now and physicians are starting to get the message.
How It Works: Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals
Two drives. Two chips. Two putts. Suffice to say, the participants at the Drive, Chip and Putt National Finals have their work cut out for them when their big day arrives at Augusta National. So how does the competition work? Each of the 80 finalists compete in eight divisions — broken down by girls and boys, ages 7-9, 10-11, 12-13 and 14-15. The format is the same for all divisions. When a division begins its competition (the order alternates between girls and boys…
How Truck Drivers Wish You Would Drive
Tags Traveling at high speeds alongside a rig with 18 wheels and a cab big enough to contain a pair of elephants, it’s enough to make anyone with a survival instinct feel nervous. And for good reason. Each year, upwards of 250K accidents happen because cars and semis collide Unfortunately, in a disproportionate number of those accidents (70 percent) the car driver made the critical mistake…
ICMAD Education: Discover Secrets that Drive Sales
Shawn Tavakoli of Beauty Collection There are four basic tenets that all successful cosmetic retailers in the beauty business know. If you miss just one, your retails efforts will fail to deliver their true potential. These four secrets never fail to deliver results. Here is just one example, hold a box of your best selling product up to your ear...what do you hear? Nothing! That is why the first secret to successful retailing is the Beauty Advisor. No Beauty Advisor...no retail sales. The…
What Factors Drive Child Marriage in Afghanistan?
Afghanistan is considered one of the most dangerous countries in the world to be a woman. Contributing factors include different forms of gender-based violence, poor education, limited access to healthcare, and not being allowed outside the home. Sadly, many Afghan women also face forced child marriage—despite it being illegal. A significant amount of research confirms that child marriages undermine girls’ participation in decision-making, educational attainment, and…
Data-Driven Career Pathways: How the Lancaster County WIB Uses Data To Define Careers in the Real...
Instead of simply listing available jobs, Scott Sheely and the Lancaster County Workforce Investment Board take a more data-driven approach by building career pathways, using Emsi data to study local industry and occupation dynamics.
How one infrastructure project impacts the economy
Donald Trump plans to use infrastructure spending to boost jobs and the economy.