• Who Do You Believe?
    More influential individuals, known as "information brokers," have a wealth of knowledge and know how to share it.
  • 50% Of Video Plays On Mobile; 60% in 2017
    More than 50% of all video plays were on mobile in 2016 for the first time; that number is expected to rise to 60% in 2017.
  • Getting From Sales Lead To Response
    Every sales leader wants to create a contact strategy that delivers the best results, visualizing the optimal customer experience from lead to conversion.
  • "Teach A Man To Fish..."
    As more Millennials settle into management roles, and members of Gen Z graduate and join the workforce, it's more important than ever to understand the preferences of these two generations.
  • TV Screen Dominates Adult Viewing
    Despite the growing number of ways people can watch video content, 92% of all viewing by U.S. adults is done on a TV screen.
  • Inbound Lead Response Takes Speed, Persistence And Quality
    Most sales teams are not making the most of their inbound sales opportunity with effective follow-up including timeliness, persistency, and value.
  • A Retail Apocalypse?
    Most stores will shut up shop and go online only within 10 years, a retail apocalypse.
  • Seniors Catching Up With Communication Technology
    Seniors' (ages 65+) use of technology has rapidly grown over the years as two-thirds report using the internet and just over half now have a home broadband connection.
  • Technology Impact On Children
    The average household has 7.3 (screens), and although the most popular is a TV, with 93% of mentions, our homes also include an astonishing array of digital devices, including smartphones, laptops, and tablets
  • Newspaper Circulation Struggles Upward While Ad Revenue Declines
    Some major U.S. newspapers reported a sharp jump in digital subscriptions following last year's presidential election, giving a boost to their overall circulation totals. The newspaper industry as a whole, however, faced ongoing challenges in 2016.
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