• What's Blockchain?
    Speculation on the value of blockchain is rife, with Bitcoin, the first and most infamous application of blockchain, grabbing headlines for its rocketing price and volatility.
  • Grocery Curb Appeal
    Food and beverage retail is the next big sector that will feel the influence of digital shopping. 23% of U.S. shoppers bought groceries online in 2016, an increase of 20% versus just two years prior, and adoption has only accelerated since then.
  • Who Do You Trust?
    Only 4% of consumers trust celebrity endorsements, while 83% trust the recommendations from friends and family. In today's overcrowded marketplace, consumers are searching for trusted recommendations before making a purchase.
  • Price Smarter; Win More Deals
    Building advanced analytics such as dynamic deal scoring into the core commercial process helps software sales organizations price smarter, streamline the approval process, and win more deals.
  • Authentic Images Support Brands
    Brands and marketers should use authentic images for their campaigns and move away from stock imagery.
  • Sleep Tight
    "... sleep affects all facets of people's health, and yet there has been no easy way to accurately measure it."
  • Shopping Apps Burgeoning
    App marketers will likely have a very profitable year despite an increase in advertising costs by Facebook.
  • GenX Highly Engaged
    Generation X are viewed by many as the hard-to- reach generation, defined more by the millennial and baby boomer brackets they sit outside of, rather than the characteristics that set them apart.
  • Bricks, Mortar, And The Retail Renaissance
    in 2018, retailers are getting over their panic that giant eComm players like Amazon will disintermediate their brands into oblivion.
  • 'Over 50s' Pay For TV
    Seventy-one percent of 18- to-34-year-olds subscribe to a traditional pay TV service, compared to 75% of 35- to-49-year-olds and 81% of TV viewers ages 50 and over.
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