Survey Commissioned by Metova Reveals High Consumer Adoption of Connected Vehicles, Favorable Sentiment on Car Technology, Lack of Allegiance to Entertainment Services and More
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Celebrities, Professional Athletes and Influencers for advice about what to buy? New study finds consumers don’t trust them
When seeking advice on what to buy, only 4% of consumers trust celebrity endorsements, 7% trust sponsored professional athletes, and 6% trust social influencers
Free dashboard delivers insight into the impact of internet disruptions
With 92% of small businesses planning to invest more in social media in 2018, more than half will dedicate funds to Facebook, new survey finds
The second annual survey from MindEdge Learning finds that recent grads are more confident in their critical thinking skills … yet 52 percent failed a basic critical thinking test
2018 Webinar Benchmarks Report from ON24 provides groundbreaking insights into maximizing engagement
78% of Respondents Indicate that ETA and Real-Time Location Information are Most Important
Most businesses publish content daily and target a variety of audiences by creating multiple types of content such as videos, blog posts, and research/data, new survey finds.
Communication through new channels, effortless returns, and a combination of AI and human support all play a role in building trust with shoppers
Recent Poll Shows 81 Percent of Small Business Owners Are Uncertain When It Comes to Their Social Media Marketing Efforts. A recent poll found that most small business owners are unsure on what they need to have a vibrant social media presence
The majority of users don’t trust Facebook to keep their personal information safe, yet most are unlikely to delete their account
MGH Survey Finds More than Two in Three Facebook Users Trust Facebook Less Than They Did Before Learning of Cambridge Analytica’s Use of Data from 50 Million Profiles
A survey of 351 small business owners reveals that businesses budget modestly for digital marketing – which may be a mistake, according to industry experts.
Hewlett Foundation announces $10 million commitment to support research on democracy’s digital disinformation problem
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation announced today that, following a yearlong exploration, it will devote $10 million over the next two years toward grappling with the growing problem that digital disinformation poses for U.S. democracy.
In a new report, L.E.K. Consulting describes five healthcare-industry scenarios that show how Amazon is likely to enter and dominate the field.
Facebook’s Trust Crisis: Americans say it has harmed democracy; only 1 in 4 believe it is a positive development for society
Less than 1 in 3 Americans Call Facebook a Responsible Company. 60 percent say That Facebook has Damaged American Politics. 2 in 5 Americans Report that Facebook’s Minimum Age Should be Changed to 18+
Members of Generation Z are relieved when placed in a situation where they are unable to access their smartphones for several weeks, suggests a study conducted by Screen Education
25-34 year olds identified as age group most affected by demands from multiple devices
British Public Fears Bitcoin Security Risks as Market Set to Hit $1 Trillion, Says Coinlist.me Poll